iiNet’s NBN Pricing: No Cheaper Than $49.95 A Month

When Primus’s NBN pricing for Tasmanians was revealed recently, Lifehacker readers weren’t too impressed. I’m not sure how much happier you will all be with iiNet’s newly-announced offer.

iiNet is offering zero setup fees and a free BoB routerto customers who sign up before the end of September (though, as with Primus, that requires a 24-month contract). While the download limits are higher than the Primus offering, they’re not dramatically higher than you can get with existing many plans. Here’s the breakdown, direct from iiNet’s press announcement (click for a larger version):

The plans will only be initially available in Midway Point, Smithton and Scottsdale. Tempting? Not different enough? Tell us your reaction in the comments.


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