Headlining the changes is the launch of Internode's UltraBundle, an ADSL2+ and analogue voice bundle. Home-UltraBundle plans cost from $59.90 with a 10GB (gigabyte) data quota to $99.90 for 100GB per month. By aligning Ultra prices with its Extreme Broadband services up to 100GB, Internode is offering customers better value over a wider area, via Optus' 300+ ADSL2+ equipped telephone exchanges.
For heavy downloaders, Internode has also lopped $50 from the price of its 240GB quota Extreme and NakedExtreme plans. A Home-Extreme-240 plan costs just $89.95 per month when bundled with a NodeLine home phone service while a Home-NakedExtreme-240 service costs $109.95.
Internode product manager Jim Kellett said the plan overhaul was to maintain Internode's competitive position in the market. "We reckon these revised plans offer great value to our customers," he said.
"As well as making our Ultra services more affordable, we’ve launched the nicely-priced UltraBundle which is available at more than 350 exchanges in the country's major population centres. We’ve aligned prices of Ultra and Extreme plans up to 100GB to make it easier for customers to choose."
"While none of these plan changes will automatically affect existing customers, we encourage them to look at the revised plan table to ensure they are on the plan that best meets their needs. If they find something that suits them better, they are welcome to change."
Internode has overhauled pricing throughout its broadband service range, including Home, SOHO and Business plans. Internode has also revised a number of its Standard and Fast broadband plans, with a $10 price cut for its Standard 50 GB service.