Superloop - Fixed Wireless
Home Broadband

Fixed Wireless

Great for general use with multiple devices and basic use of streaming services

26.5 Mbps

Typical Evening Speed2

Fixed Wireless
30Mbps/5Mbps

26.5 Mbps

Typical Evening Speed2

$49.95

Minimum total cost $789.35

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Great for general use with multiple devices and basic use of streaming services

26.5 Mbps

Typical Evening Speed2

Fixed Wireless
30Mbps/5Mbps

26.5 Mbps

Typical Evening Speed2

$59.95

Minimum total cost $909.35

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Excellent for usage on multiple devices, streaming, gaming and file sharing

43.8 Mbps

Typical Evening Speed2

Fixed Wireless
50Mbps/5Mbps

43.8 Mbps

Typical Evening Speed2

$69.95

Minimum total cost $1029.35

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Perfect for high end usage on multiple devices, streaming, gaming and file sharing

150 Mbps

Typical Evening Speed2

Fixed Wireless
200Mbps/200Mbps

150 Mbps

Typical Evening Speed2

$99.95

Minimum total cost $1389.35

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2 1 Setup cost is offset by contract length and is based on a standard, residential installation to a single storey premises.

2 The advertised speeds are the maximum access service speed describes the theoretical maximum speed attainable by the Superloop Installed Antenna (modem) at the highest transmission rate of the wireless network made possible by the technology. The maximum theoretical speeds should not be relied upon in making a purchasing decision. Real world usage is unlikely to consistently achieve such speeds, due to the factors described above. Learn more about speeds and performance.

Don't know how much quota you need? A guide to typical Internet usage, including approximate usage estimates for popular Internet applications can be found here.

2 Standard Plus plan speeds are not available in all fixed wireless enabled areas.

All Superloop Fixed Wireless plans include:

Australian Support


We give you 100% Australian Support, commited to ensuring you stay connected

No Excess Data Charges


We understand keeping track of data can be tricky, so we wont charge you if you go over

Owned and Operated


Superloop owns their entire network fixed wireless network and is not dependent on the local exchange carrier
How Fixed Wireless Works

General Information

Fixed Wireless is the term used to describe an internet service which is fixed to a physical location (as opposed to mobile wireless broadband that you would get on your mobile phone or a mobile broadband device), similar to other fixed internet technologies such as ADSL, Hybrid Fibre Coaxial, or NBN, but instead uses wireless radio to deliver an internet service to the premises instead of using cables.

Superloop fixed wireless uses point-to-point and point-to-multipoint wireless radio technology. The connection requires clear line of sight between your home or business to a nearby Superloop radio tower. If the line of sight isn’t obstructed by trees, buildings, or any other tall structure, we can deliver a high-speed internet connection to the premises.

A radio antenna and dish is installed on your roof and is aimed in the direction of a nearby Superloop radio tower. A typical standard installation involves running a data cable from the antenna to a data socket installed within the premises. A Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) device is connected to this socket to keep the antenna powered and will provide an internet connection to your local network; such as a standard home wifi router.

The infrastructure is configured to provide these speeds with Superloop’s own network. Actual speeds online will vary with internet traffic, servers and routers and is not within the control of Superloop.

If you exceed your allocated quota your service will be shaped to 512K until the end of your current billing period. To return to full speed users have the option to purchase Data Blocks and will be unshaped instantly.

Superloop Fixed Wireless connection speed tiers:

Fixed Wireless 30/5 - Typical evening download speed 26.5 Mbps

Fixed Wireless 50/5 - Typical evening download speed 43.8 Mbps

Fixed Wireless 200/200 - Typical evening download speed 150.0 Mbps

Factors that affect speed include: extreme weather conditions, signal strength, signal quality, and/or possible interference, obstruction of the antenna's line-of-sight to the tower and radio capacity on the tower.

Learn more about speeds and performance.