South Australian-based ISP, Internode, has introduced an entry-level ADSL2+ broadband plan for $29.95 per month.
The Internode Home-Extreme-10 plan has a 10GB monthly quota, and costs $29.95 per month when bundled with a NodeLine phone service. The plan is scalable to 240GB per month, with similar quota boosts and bundling discounts available across the range.
Higher quota plans have also been released for the NakedExtreme ADSL2+ plans. Internode has added and extra 20 GB per month to the data quota for its dialtone-free Easy Naked broadband service.
The ISP has also improved shaping speeds on both services – doubling the Home plans to 128Kbps, and SOHO plans to 512Kbps. In a statement, Internode product manager Jim Kellett said existing customers would be able to access the new plans online.
“We’ve also extended our range of broadband + phone line bundles, due to the strong response to the $10 monthly discount for customers who choose an eligible Internode broadband plan with an Internode NodeLine phone service,” he said in the statement.