Exetel challenges NBN market with cheaper plans

Exetel challenges NBN market with cheaper plans

Contracts include speeds ranging from 12/1Mbps to 100/40Mbps

Exetel has launched a set of National Broadband Network (NBN) plans which it claims have seen solid sales in serviced locations around the country.

Exetel is an Australian Internet service provider (ISP) which operates independently. The company has been in business for ten years, and has a customer base of more than 100,000.

The new NBN plans fall into three speed categories, with three price points within each; this means there are nine plans overall. Speeds range from 12 megabits-per-second (Mbps) downloads and 1Mbps uploads to 100Mbps down and 40Mbps up.

The cheapest plan is priced at $39.99, offering 100GB of anytime downloads, free uploads, 30 free email addresses, and a free public static IP address with 12/1Mbps speeds on a 12-month contract

The most premium deal offers 100/40Mbps speeds with unlimited downloads and includes the same extras.

Activation is charged at $59.99.

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