Internode goes all out for business
- 21 November, 2012 09:55
Internode Business Mobile Plans
Internode has launched a number of Business Mobile voice plans aimed fairly and squarely at the business user.
Benefits include ‘fleet’ call incentives, a 150GB social media data quota on all plans and international call credits on the top tier Business Mobile 69 plan.
Internode’s SIM-only Business Mobile voice services are in addition to its social media-friendly NodeMobile services, launched earlier in the year.
The Internode Business Mobile plans range from the entry-level Business Mobile 15, for $14.95/month, to the $69/month Business Mobile 69, which includes all standard calls and texts, calls to other NodeMobile users plus $100 a month in international calls credits.
Internode product manager, Jim Kellett, said in statement the new Business Mobile plans gave business customers more choice in mobile voice services.
“A popular component of our mobile plans is they all include credits for calling other NodeMobiles, effectively treating all NodeMobile customers as a single ‘fleet’. This allows NodeMobile customers to make regular calls to their colleagues, friends and family members who also use NodeMobile without eating into their standard calls and text allowances,” he said.
NOTE: * in table above refers to:
The minimum cost for a NodeMobile Business Mobile service is $29.95 for the Mobile 15 Plan, $44 for the Mobile 29 Plan, $64 for the Mobile 49 Plan and $84 for the Mobile 69 Plan, being one month’s rental plus the one-off cost of $10 for a NodeMobile SIM card plus $5 delivery. Additional usage charges apply for usage above included value limits.
The following Standardised Cost Information applies to NodeMobile:
- A two-minute national mobile call will cost $2.15.
- A standard national mobile SMS will cost $0.25.
- One megabyte of data within Australia will cost $0.20.
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