Optus has unveiled a new range of fixed line broadband and voice plans in an attempt to give its customers more options.
The range includes a new broadband-only plan, new telephone-only plans and discounts when bundling products.
“Optus continually looks to deliver products and plans that are designed to make our customers’ lives easier. Refreshing our range of fixed plans provides our customers with even simpler plans and more choice with an added discount,” Optus strategy and fixed managing director, Martin Mercer, said.
It introduced the new entry-level Optus Naked Broadband plan, priced at $55 for 50GB per month, for customers who want the speed and reliability of a dedicated fixed Internet connection. New customers can get this plan on a 24 month contract with a minimum total cost of $1410 (including $70 connection and $20 delivery fee).
The new telephone-only plans start from $22 a month (minimum total cost is $528 over 24 months) and is targeted at customers who want the convenience of a home phone or businesses with a second line for a fax.
For customers or businesses who make lots of calls, the new $60 per month plan offers unlimited standard national and mobile calls (minimum total cost is $1440 over 24 months).
In addition, customers who have an Optus Postpaid mobile on a $30 monthly plan or above are eligible for a 10 per cent bundle discount off the above broadband and phone plans monthly access fees.
Also, Optus customers who sign up to the NBN for the first time can enjoy a 10 per cent discount off their broadband or phone service access fees when bundled with an Optus Postpaid mobile on a $30 or above monthly plan.