Adam Joins The Terabyte-A-Month Broadband Club

Adam Joins The Terabyte-A-Month Broadband Club

Adam has joined the growing group of providers offering a one terabyte a month deal for volume-heavy customers. At $120 a month and with usage split into peak and off-peak periods, how does it stack up?

As our Planhacker roundup of 1TB+ plans shows, Adam’s SuperChoice pricing falls just below its obvious rivals iiNet, Internode and Netspace, all of whom charge $130 a month. There are cheaper plans to be had, but many don’t offer full ADSL2+ speeds. All things considered, it’s a reasonable though not astonishing offer.

Adam via [ZDNet]


  • Just wondering, why would anyone bother when, as long as you are hooked up via telstra lines to a tesltra DSLAM, you can get unlimited ADSL2+ from TPG for $79.99 a month?

  • Take a look at the 2009 Whirlpool Broadband Survey and I think you’ll find your answer, for instance when asked the question “would you recommend your current ISP to other people?” 95.1% of Adam customers said yes (3rd highest). Basically Adam’s known for having excellent customer service and rock solid reliability.

  • Chris, their so called ‘rock solid reliability’ is anything but. Being knocked offline (Brighton exchange) nearly 2 weeks made sure I moved onto Internode. Adam internet’s approval rating is dropping every year the survey comes out.

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