The introduction of felix may well mark when the endless wireless data revolution truly arrived at last, with competition whipping up faster “speed caps” at affordable price points, as expected and predicted, where we’re heading to an eventual world of wireless data ubiquity all around us, from 4G, 5G, 5.5G, WiFi 6, various high speed satellite broadband networks and eventual 6G and faster connections.
Ever since Vodafone was first to introduce unlimited data capped at 1.5Mbps speeds once the full speed data allocation was used up, followed by Telstra, I've long predicted that a telco would have to increase these capped speeds - and Vodafone is the first to do just that.
amaysim is promising three recharges of "truly unlimited mobile data", with no mention of speed caps, and it's the first such pre-paid offer, although Telstra's now discontinued $199 Ultimate 24-month contract plan with your choice of flagship phone and truly unlimited, uncapped 4G was the first such plan in Australia.
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