iiNet expands its range of NBN plans

Alex Kidman 31 May 2016

FTTN

iiNet has added a couple of new plans to its NBN mix for FTTP, FTTN and FTTB customers.

One of the key aspects of the National Broadband Network (NBN) is that it should allow ISPs to offer a variety of plans at different price points, and also that there should be robust competition that means even the bigger players are jostling for customers, which should lead to better deals for all of us.

iiNet has announced two new plan pricing tiers for its NBN plans, covering customers on FTTP (Fibre To The Premises), FTTN (Fibre To The Node) and FTTB (Fibre To The Building) connections. As with all things NBN, you don’t get a choice between those connection modes because what's on offer is determined by your location (you can check your area’s NBN options on our NBN tracker).

iiNet’s newest plans come in at $69.99 per month and $99.99 per month, with slightly different inclusions than you might expect. Where some plans would differ purely by speed, the $69.99 is more of an all-in telecommunications package, with a 25/5 connection and bundled IP telephony with local and standard calls covered.

The pricier $99.95/month plan doesn’t bundle IP telephony at all, but instead jumps the speed up to the 100/40 tier with 1000GB of data included each month. Both plans operate on a 24-month basis, which means the $69.99/month plan will cost you a minimum of $1,679.76, while the $99.99 plan will cost at least $2,399.76 over two years.

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