Wireless broadband service iBurst may be about to go belly-up, but existing customers might draw some comfort from the news (reported by Andrew Colley at AustralianIT) that the network's new owners BigAir are looking to replace it with a 3G service from an existing provider. Get up to speed on your current 3G options with our 3G broadband comparison guide.
iBurst Will Be Replaced By 3G
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