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Startup Business CompareBear Announces Website Launch

CompareBear Australia, a new start-up business, is inviting visitors to explore its brand new website. The new website has been created in order to help Australians find the best deals on broadband packages by comparing the best providers in the country.

The new CompareBear website was launched after it became apparent that there was a high demand from Aussies wanting to source the best deals unlimited internet. Designed with user experience in mind, the website allows users to compare broadband by speed, price, data usage and more.

Co-founders Michael Speight and Denis Tyur’kov made the decision to create the CompareBear website after seeing that there was a need in the market for completely unbiased provider comparisons. “Even though the website has only just launched, we’re already seeing hundreds of Aussies use CompareBear to find the best deals on their broadband plans.” says Speight.

“It feels great to provide an easy, money saving option for everyday Aussies.” Tyur’kov adds. “We really love hearing people’s reactions when they switch providers and realize how much money they’ll save each year. It’s the perfect solution for people looking to cut down on everyday household expenses. We’re looking to add more options to our comparison website, including power, gas, insurances and credit cards.”

CompareBear’s online comparison tool lets users search, view and compare Australia’s best internet service providers. With the ability to search by data usage, price, speed and contract free options, users will be able to see the best options for their internet needs. The new website is designed to be easy to use for all ages, and only takes a few minutes to use.

The new website also contains a handy blog, which providers Aussies with up to date information on how they can continue to save money on their household expenses. For more information, you can visit the CompareBear website:


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