ISPs regularly update their offerings to reflect changing market conditions (or, more cynically, to try and maintain profitability). Exetel and Internode — two ISPs often singled out by Lifehacker readers for value and customer service — have made changes to some of their plans this week.
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Exetel has increased the peak quota for customers on its ADSL2+ plans, with options now ranging from 10GB to 90GB depending on how much you pay each month. Meanwhile, Internode has revamped the plans for its Optus-based NodeMobile plans, notably dropping the price of additional data blocks. 500MB for $14.95 still isn’t screamingly good value, but it’s an improvement.