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Unwired Expands

Unwired Australia adds four new towers to its Melbourne wireless broadband network

August 22, 2006

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MELBOURNE, Australia -- Wireless broadband provider Unwired Australia has lit up four more towers in Melbourne as part of its ongoing network expansion. The carrier’s network now covers more than a quarter of a million Melbourne homes via its personal wireless broadband network.

From today, residents in Kew, Balwyn, Hawthorn, Brunswick, and parts of North East and North Melbourne* including Essendon, Ivanhoe, Canterbury and Caulfield, can now enjoy the benefits of Unwired’s wireless broadband service.

“More Melburnians now have access to a simple, convenient, value for money wireless broadband service. The top three reasons people choose Unwired are, ease of installation, portability and the fact that you don’t need a phone line,” said Unwired CEO David Spence. “We are also seeing more people take advantage of the ability to roam between Sydney and Melbourne with Unwired’s portable service.”

Unwired’s Wireless Desktop Modems and Wireless Cards remove the need for telephone lines and cables and bring freedom to internet users who want the flexibility to log-on where and when they want. With Unwired, users simply purchase a modem or card, plug it into their computer, select and pay for a plan and they are connected to the Internet.

“Unwired’s service combines the power of broadband with the convenience of portability. Unwired users are not held hostage by wires - they can take their internet with them wherever they please in the coverage network, from Essendon to Cheltenham and anywhere in-between,” said Spence.

Unwired Australia Pty. Ltd.

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