Australian DSL broadband provider, iiNet, has switched to ‘anytime quota’ on selected plans, providing customers with the flexibility of using the Internet without having to worry about managing their peak and off-peak quotas.
Eligible iiNet, Westnet and Netspace customers on the on-net ADSL2+ or Naked DSL connections are now able to utilise their quota at any time of the day.
Previously, the Internet usage was separated into peak and off-peak quotas.
The introduction of ‘anytime quota’ trails iiNet’s recent launch of data packs – blocks of data available for customers to purchase to avoid hitting their usage limit.
According to iiNet CEO, Michael Malone, the introduction of ‘anytime quota’ and data packs will provide customers with more options when using the Internet.
"The advantages of our increased scale and investment in our network are clearly and directly benefiting our customers. Both of these options have been introduced in response to feedback from them," Malone said.
Data packs are available from $10 for 5GB up to $80 for 100GB.