Internode Changes ADSL2 Plan Prices

In the first major product adjustment since it was acquired by iiNet, Internode has changed pricing on its ADSL2+ plans. Does that mean its pricing is now aligning with iiNet? Not yet.

Internode’s announcement sums up the changes fairly simply:

Responding to customer requests, Internode has introduced a new intermediate level plan, with a 60GB data quota for just $10 a month more than its entry-level 30GB plan. Internode has also reduced the cost of its 300GB data quota plan by $10 a month and re-introduced a 600GB data quota plan. At the top end of its plan table, Internode has raised its largest data quota plan from one terabyte to 1200 gigabytes – for the same price!

Reassuringly, there’s no sign yet of peak/off-peak distinctions — a feature of iiNet’s plans which Internode has said it won’t be adopting in the near future (though it stopped short of saying that would never happen).


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