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Aussie Startup Company Announces New Service Launch

Summary: A new Australian startup company Compare Bear has recently announced a new service launch on their website.

Compare Bear Australia, a website that provides online price comparison of everyday utilities, has announced the launch of a new service: broadband comparison. The new service was created in order to help everyday Australians find the best deals on unlimited broadband plans, allowing them to save money on their internet bills.

Denis Tyur’kov, co-founder of Compare Bear Australia stated, “The launch of the Compare Bear website was so successful that we immediately launched the new broadband price comparison service. Soon, we noticed hundreds of users logging on to the website and using the online comparison tool to compare their current internet plans against competitors.”

Michael Speight, fellow co-founder of the company adds, “Seeing so many users benefit from the website is a truly satisfying feeling for us. We started Compare Bear with the mission of helping Aussies save on their everyday bills, and already we can see hundreds of users have switched and saved using the website”.

Paul Bolton, Managing Director of Compare Bear Australia also states “We can’t wait to add more comparison services such as energy & financial services to the website to help users save with other everyday expenses.”

With Compare Bear, users answer a handful of questions regarding their location and internet preferences, and are then presented with a range of options available from Australia’s best internet service providers. A complete breakdown of each option is given to ensure the plans are compared by the same standards. If the user decides they want to switch to another provider, it’s only a few clicks away.



Compare Bear offers its price comparison services completely free of charge to users, as the company make their money from the utilities companies by receiving a referral fee for every new customer that signs up with them.

The team at Compare Bear Australia are on a mission to help Aussies save money - they plan to soon set up price comparison services for mobile phone plans, travel insurance and electricity in the near future


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