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WhistleOut names SkyMesh Best Satellite NBN Provider for the third year running

SkyMesh has been awarded Best Satellite NBN Provider, by Whistleout, in their annual awards for the third year running.

WhistleOut publisher, Joseph Hanlon said: “Providing reliable internet services to rural and regional Australia is what SkyMesh is all about, and they’ve proven that yet again by winning the Best Satellite NBN Provider award three years-in-a-row.”

It’s fantastic to be recognised yet again making us one of only a few providers in their respective awards categories to achieve back to back wins over three years.

2021 continues to be challenging for rural and remote Australians who have dealt with the ongoing global pandemic, bushfires, droughts and floods.

Keeping these communities connected through these tough times is SkyMesh’s top priority and we’re delighted to be recognised again as the Best Satellite nbn provider.

SkyMesh Managing Director, Stephen O’Shannasey said: “Receiving this award for the third year running is recognition of our commitment to rural Australia. We have always encouraged our team to take the time required with our customers to make sure they get the best experience possible. I’d like to thank them for their tireless efforts to fulfil this goal.

About the Award

The WhistleOut Awards recognise and highlight the telco companies that have provided Australians with the best plans and promotions across a broad range of phone and internet categories.

In a busy and competitive industry, the WhistleOut Awards help consumers identify providers that have consistently offered the best plans over the past 12-months for particular usage needs.

The Awards are decided via the accumulation of points gained through WhistleOut’s monthly Editor’s Pick categories over the period July 2020 – June 2021.

Criteria for the Best Satellite NBN Provider Award

WhistleOut reviewed the biggest cross-section of providers possible, including the top 10 service providers and many smaller providers.

Judging was based on a balance of peak/off-peak data inclusions, speed, and costs for a satellite NBN connection. Activation and modem fees were also considered.

Barney Lassen
Written by Barney Lassen

Originally from Oxford (UK), Barney's headed up the Marketing team since 2016. Outside of work, you might catch him down his local swimming pool or walking his very-good-girl, Macey.

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