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While you don’t get them in the box, you can purchase two 4G antennas to boost your reception, and potentially increases your Internet connection speed.


You can connect two antennas here to improve network reception.

Overall, Optus offers a reasonably priced way to connect your home to the Internet, including all its devices, without needing to put roots down. On one hand, it’s frustrating that Optus’s otherwise super-fast 4G network is hobbled down to 12Mbps speeds, you do get a healthy 200 gigabytes of data per month, and this would be an unheard of price if it were a full speed 4G connection. So if you’re OK with ADSL-like speeds, and the added benefit of being able to take it with you to your next home, Optus’s Home Wireless Broadband may be just right.

Review: Optus Home Wireless Broadband
Price (RRP): $80 per month for a 24-month contract, $90 on a 12 month contract Manufacturer: Optus
Super quick to set up, take it with you to your next home
Limited to 12Mbps (or less) download speeds
Value for money
Ease of Use
4.0Overall Score
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