South Australia-based ISP, Internode, has renovated in business ADSL plans by cutting prices and introducing new data quotas.
Internode announced its first Unlimited quota Business ADSL2+ plans from $299 per month, as well as cut the price of its entry-level ADSL2+ plan by $30 to $59 per month. Prices include a $10 discount when bundled with a NodeLine Business phone service.
The ISP said it will now offer three tiers of business-grade ADSL services: Business-Extreme and Business-NakedExtreme plans, which run at ADSL2+ Annex M speeds of up to 24Mbps; and Business-Fast plans, with high-speed ADSL1/ADSL2+ available nationwide. All plans comes with a range of features such as priority technical support, static IP addresses, optional subnets, download-only quotas and $0.005 per megabyte excess charges. Internode has also implemented a maximum excess charge of $299 per month across the range.
In addition, the ISP revealed Business ADSL plans running at 1.5Mbps or slower are will still be available to existing customers but will no longer be available for sale.
In a statement, Internode product manager, Jim Kellett, said the standout feature of its business services overhaul was providing larger data quotas for less money.
“Maximum price caps and unlimited plans are a couple of things we've planned to introduce for some time, so we’ve taken this opportunity to do just that,” he said. “All existing Internode Business ADSL customers are being notified, and can take advantage of the improved plans.”
The new Internode Business ADSL plans are available from today.