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MyRepublic To Grab Aussie Gamers Tired Of Incumbent ISPs

The Singaporean ISP has revealed that it’ll be arriving to disrupt the Australian ISP market as soon as the 15th of November.

They plan to leverage to groundwork laid by the rollout of the NBN to enable “the ultimate online experience” and woo Australian gamers away from local ISPs by providing unlimited data plans over a network they say has been optimised for low latency and custom routing.

The startup has previously been described by former-Telstra CEO David Thodey as a bigger threat to the ISP establishment than rivals TPG and Optus.

“We are excited to be launching in Australia later this month and believe that our entry will drive a new era of internet connectivity in Australia, similar to what it did in Singapore, New Zealand and Indonesia,” said MyRepublic CEO Malcolm Rodrigues.

MyRepublic are set to launch into the Australian market later this month, with the company offering attendees of this weekend’s PAX Australia convention the opportunity to pre-register for their $59 per month Gamer PS4 Pro fibre broadband plan.

The plan includes unlimited downloads and uploads at the fastest NBN speed available (depending on your location), a high-speed Wi-Fi modem and a $200 discount on the new Playstation 4 Pro.

According to Nicholas Demos, Managing Director of MyRepublic Australia, “the MyRepublic Gamer plan is specifically engineered to directly deal with the current pain points many Australian gamers are facing today, including latency, connection instability, bandwidth caps and slow uploads or downloads.”

Further information about the ISP’s bundles is available through their website at myrepublic.com.au

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