Internode revamps business ADSL plans
- 16 June, 2010 12:10
Internet Search Provider (ISP), Internode, has announced reworked business ADSL broadband plans, claiming a combination of increased data quotas and reduced prices.
In the revised plans, the ISP has cut $30 from the cost of an entry-level Business ADSL2+ service and has introduced ‘unlimited’ quota Business ADSL2+ plans, starting from $299.
The company now has three levels of business ADSL services, including Business-Extreme and Business-NakedExtreme plans (running at ADSL2+ Annex M speeds as fast as 24 megabits per second) and Business-Fast plans (with high speed ADSL1/ADSL2+ available nationwide).
Existing business ADSL plans running at 1.5Mbs or slower have been ‘grandfathered’, which means they are maintained for existing customers but are no longer offered for sale.
Internode has also introduced a maximum excess charge of $299 per month across the range.
More detail to come.
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