SA-based ISP, Internode, has changed its broadband plans and has launched a new ADSL2+ plus fixed line package through Optus telephone exchanges.
UltraBundle plans start from $59.90 per month with 10GB data limit. A 100GB bundle is priced at $99.90. Standalone Ultra plans, which are used for connections on Optus exchanges of up to 100GB have been changed so prices are in-tune with Internode’s Extreme services.
Extreme plans used on the ISP’s own network.
“We basically reduced prices,” Internode product manager, Jim Keller, said. "If you can get onto our network, that’s well and good but if you’re beyond that footprint but within the Optus footprint, you can get services at the same price.”
Internode utilises around 300 Optus exchanges across metropolitan areas in Australia.
The ISP has also cut $50 off its 240GB Extreme and NakedExtreme plans, now down to $89.95 per month.
“Whether you are in our network or in Optus’ footprint, we are offering the same pricepoint, the same package of goodies and the same quota,” Keller said. “So it’s really about simplifying and trying to take out some of the complexities of ADSL.
“I’m sure many people would appreciate that.”
Existing customers will need to contact Internode to change to the new plans.