MyRepublic, an Australian favourite internet service provider, announced they were exiting from the Australian market in December last year. This decision took many subscribers by surprise as the company had made great inroads in the market and had been expanding their coverage in the past few years. MyRepublic had a great reputation for providing its customers with high-speed internet plans at an affordable price making it a popular choice for users as some other providers struggle to provide consistent high-speed internet services.
Despite the early success of MyRepublic the company has decided to exit the Australian broadband market and concentrate their focus on other regions around the world.
Next steps for MyRepublic Customers
All customers in Australia that subscribe to their internet services will be part of a transfer agreement with Superloop Ltd. Users will not have to keep their plans with MyRepublic, they will be released from their contracts and free to move to any NBN provider within the market. Whatever plan each customer had with MyRepublic such as terms of plan, inclusions, speed tier and monthly charges will be carried over if they switch to Superloop.
Who is Superloop?
Superloop offers managed internet services throughout Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong. With extensive carrier-grade, metro fibre networks in these markets and fixed wireless networks in Australia, Superloop delivers high-performance, connectivity solutions that are scalable and reliable.
Find internet plan options that suit you
Finding the right internet plans that suit your speed and household requirements can be overwhelming. Past MyRepublic customers can shop around and choose another internet provider if they wish. As Superloop will honour the price and terms of the past MyReublic contract a customer had agreed to, we urge customers to be vigilant as they risk losing the honoured pricing agreement between MyRepublic and Superloop if they change to another provider.
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