This unlimited-data SIM deal could probably replace your NBN plan
By Jasmine Gearie
(Although you’ll be technically breaking the Ts & Cs)
You probably haven’t heard of Felix. It’s a brand-new telco, and it launched last month to little fanfare – but the provider has made some changes, and it’s unlimited-data SIM plan could probably replace your NBN connection (though fair warning: you’ll be breaking the Ts & Cs).
When it was first announced, Felix had a single plan with endless data speeds capped at 5Mbps for AU$35 a month. But it’s reassessed its position in the market, and its mobile plan is now far more usable with endless data at speeds up to 20Mbps.
With Felix’s 20Mbps data speed, you’ll be able to comfortably browse, stream music and watch videos in 1080p, or possibly one 4K stream. You’ll probably hit the buffering screen when downloading very large files though.
If you’re wondering how that compares to the NBN, the slowest speed on the nation’s network is 12Mbps.