Internode NBN Plans Start From $29.95

Primus’s NBN plans for Tasmania didn’t impress anyone much, but iiNet’s offering got a more positive reception. How does Internode stack up?

While Internode is promoting the fact that its cheapest plan for NBN stage 1 customers, costing $29.95, is cheaper than anything it offers with ADSL, that plan only includes 15GB of data. I suspect Lifehacker readers will be more impressed with the higher-volume plans; 200GB for $139.95 sounds nice for media addicts, though at 100Mbps you could chew through it quickly, at least in theory.

Hit the link for full details of the 15 plans on offer, and tell us which ones catch your fancy in the comments.

Internode [via APC]

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