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Broadband in Oberon November 22, 2006

Posted by ctcoberon in Uncategorized.

One week on and the options for Broadband Satellite Service under the Federal Government sponsored HIBIS scheme has taken a new direction, in that, a new player (new to us) has come on the scene offering a range of connection services at prices that should please rural Australia, including residences surrounding Oberon, and that company is Gobush Broadband Pty Ltd, Dubbo, NSW (www.gobushcorp.com.au).
As stated on their website “
Gobush is a seller, installer, and technical supporter of Broadband via two-way satellite, along with other Information Technology and Communications services and equipment. Gobush customers are mainly Primary producers, Small to medium businesses, and Residents in Country Towns in rural/regional Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. Personnel within Gobush have worked with Farmers and Regional County based Businesses for over 25 years”.

The following is a list of Gobush Broadband Satellite (HIBIS) Services:

Basic services: 256/64 kbps







Intermediate services: 512/128 kbps







Advanced services: 1024/256 kbps







*Like with all Internet plans excess usage over your monthly limit will be charged at 15c per Megabyte.

Gobush provide free application and standard installation for Broadband Connect eligible customers, and for those who are located in an ISDN access area you will pay a one-off installation fee of $350. For full details on Gobush’s Terms and Conditions please visit the Gobush website or telephone 1300 362 075 or Fax 1300 362 076.

Gobush is only one of four companies that provide Broadband Satellite Services under the HIBIS scheme via iPStar Australia Pty Ltd (www.ipstar.com.au). What sets Gobush apart from their competitors is their attractive pricing and their highly reasonable offer with the one-off installation fee for those of us
who live in an ISDN access area. Meaning once you have paid your installation fee, your choice of plan and its pricing, is the same as that charged to Broadband Connect eligible customers i.e. as indicated in the above tables.    

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