Teleron Broadband is running another sale

Brodie Fogg 23 November 2016

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Get 2 months of free broadband with Teleron's magical 3201 sale.

Teleron is the freshest face on the Australian broadband scene and it's kicked things off with one deal after another. While last week's deal offered a discount on the provider's 50 Mbps tier, this week's 3201 deal is available on all of the provider's 12 month plans.

The 3201 plan is a 3 day sale, that gives you 2 free months, on 1 year plans with 0 setup and activation fees. 3201, get it?

The sale kicks off Thursday, 24 November 2016 and is available on any of Teleron's 12-month plans, including but not limited to unlimited data and tier 5 (100/40Mbps) plans. That's a potential saving of $228 when you account for 2 free months and no setup or activation fee.

Are you eligible for Teleron's plans? Check if you're ready by entering your address into our NBN tracker map.

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