I posted about this last week on Gizmodo, but it occurred to me that plenty of Lifehacker readers must be Internode users and may be unaware of the new plan.
Internode soft-launched it on May 1 and I thought it would have made a bit more noise by now, but its official news feed remains barren of info regarding the new plan and unless you regularly visit Whirlpool or have recently logged into your account via the Internode website, it’s unlikely you’ll spot it.
While Internode’s been relatively quiet, it does have a page up that highlights the ins and outs of the deal, including the requirement of signing up for a 24-month plan and the omission of NodePhone.
Otherwise, it’s very similar to the grandfathered Easy Naked S plan. You can find a few more details in the Gizmodo post.
Internode Brings Back Popular 150GB Plan For Naked Users [Gizmodo Australia]