No Wires.
No Data Limits.
No Worries.

Future-proof your internet with Airtel Wireless.

Get your broadband set up in no time.

Future-proof your internet and get connected without any waiting around.
All you need to do is select the option that’s right for you.

1. Select the speed that's right for you.
Unlimited Data is included with all Airtel Wireless plans.
Total monthly cost:
$0.00
2. Select your telephone options.
Unlimited Calls are included with all Airtel Voice plans.
Plan inclusions:
+International Calls $0.20 to Top 20 destinations for first 15 minutes then per rate awards. (See table below)
+ Unlimited International calls to Top 15 destinations. (See table below)
YEALINK (W52H) Cordless HD VoIP Telephone
Key Features
+ 1.8inch 128x160colour display
+ Intuitive User Interface
+ HD sound with wideband
+ 11 hours talk time
+ 120 hours standby time
+ 3 way conference
+ Phonebook, search, import export
+ Keypad lock and Emergency call
+ Integrated PoE (Class 1)

Total monthly telephone costs:
$0.00
Contract term.
FREE modem included with 24 month plans.
Modem costs. (Once of payment)
$0.00

Your Order Summary:

Total monthly cost:
$0.00
Total connection cost:
Once of Payment including connection fee $120.00
$0.00
+ Speed change fee: $30
+ Incorrect call out fee (if no fault found on Carriers Network): $165
+ Late cancellation or missed appointment: $150 if in the first 12 months ($15.00 per month there after)
+ Labour rate (included up to nearest hour) :$77
+ Order withdrawal prior to service activation: $27.50

Critical Information Summary
What is Wireless?

Wireless networking – which is often just known as Wi-Fi – is a way of getting broadband internet without wires. Wi-Fi allows you to connect several computers at once, anywhere in the house – or if you have a laptop, to even use your computer in the garden. You don’t need to install extra phone lines or cables. Millions of Australians already connect to the internet using Wi-Fi – pronounced ‘why-fy’. It’s also known as ‘wireless networking’ or ‘wireless fidelity’. Wi-Fi is widely installed in cafés, airports and many other public buildings. If you have seen someone at your local coffee shop surfing the internet on a laptop computer, they are probably using a Wi-Fi network.

How does Wi-Fi work?

Wi-Fi creates a network in your home or office – a little zone where computers can get broadband internet. It uses radio waves, just like TV or mobile phones. You may sometimes hear this zone referred to as a WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network). A device called a wireless transmitter receives information from the internet via your broadband connection. The transmitter converts the information into a radio signal and sends it. You could think of the transmitter as a mini radio station, broadcasting signals sent from the internet. The ‘audience’ for these transmissions is the computer (or computers, as more than one can connect at the same time) which receives the radio signal via something called a wireless adapter. The whole process, meanwhile, works in reverse, with the computer sending information to the wireless transmitter. It then converts them and sends them via your broadband connection.

How do I set up Wi-Fi?

To use Wi-Fi you will need certain equipment:
• A wireless transmitter, also known as a Wireless Access Point (WAP)
• A Wi-Fi adapter on every computer that will use Wi-Fi
You may find that you already have a Wi-Fi network, as many ISPs (internet service providers) are setting up new customers with Wi-Fi from the outset.
If not, you could call your ISP and ask to upgrade. They might even upgrade you for free – and send you some or all of the equipment. If not, you might consider checking whether other ISPs are offering Wi-Fi to new customers. In any case, you can buy the equipment yourself and set up your own Wi-Fi network using your existing broadband connection. Many ISPs will supply you with a router, modem and wireless transmitter combined in one device, which it calls ‘the router’. To make your Wi-Fi set-up as simple as possible, you should consider using a similar device. The router plugs directly into a phone socket and doesn’t need a computer to run it, so you don’t have to set up your computer next to the router. Computers – mainly laptops – increasingly have built-in Wi-Fi receivers. If not, the simplest method of installing a receiver is a dongle – a little device that plugs into a USB port and transmits between your PC and wireless router.

 

Other information

• Up to date usage of the service can be obtained at ‘My Billing’ at www.airtel.net.au or by contacting customer service on 1800 AIRTEL or emailing helpdesk@airtel.net.au. The usage may be delayed by up to 48 hours. • For all disputes, please email helpdesk@airtel.net.au. • If the disputed matter has not been resolved to your satisfactory, the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman may be contacted on 1800 062 058 or online at www.tio.com.au.

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