National broadband provider Internode has revamped its monthly plan structure, with the aim of unifying its disparate product offerings under one simplified structure, and giving customers small bonuses in terms of extra quota and bundled services.
With fierce competition in the broadband market, Internode has initiated a major overhaul of its broadband plans, introducing what it claims is its first truly unlimited quota business ADSL2+ plans with a combination of boosted data quotas and reduced prices.
iiNet subsidiary, Internode has revised its ADSL2+ plans for its Easy Broadband, Easy Naked and Easy Bundle services to reduce prices, increase data quotas align data quotes with those of its NBN plans.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketNational ISP, Internode has launched a campaign, as part of a new national sales blitz, which it says increases benefits for broadband customers who bundle its services, by offering free setup and a monthly rental credit of $20 for six months for its recent NodeMobile Value voice services offering.
Internode has announced the prices it will charge for broadband services delivered over the NBN - when commercial services launch later this year on completion of trials - but claims that the NBN wholesale pricing model is flawed and will push prices up.
Internet has revised its broadband plans, generally increasing the incentives for users to bundle broadband and phone service by increasing unbundled prices. It has blamed the price increases on the ACCC's failure to curb Telstra increasing prices for its monopoly wholesale services.
Internode has announced pricing for services it will deliver of the first NBN FTTH rollouts in Tasmania: an entry level 25Mbps/2Mbps service with 15GB of data will cost $29.95 per month. $10 less than Internet's nearest equivalent ADSL plan.