iiNet's 'budget' ISP brand Jiva is accepting customer sign-ups from today. As we've already pointed out, $79 a month for 'unlimited' ADSL2 could sound tempting, but you need to be aware of the restrictions involved with this plan. Depending on your usage habits, a cheaper package may make more sense.
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When iiNet announced its plans for bargain-priced sibling ISP brand Jiva last month, one of our biggest objections was that it wasn't clear at the time how much you'd have to pay for mobile calls. That detail has now emerged ahead of the official full launch this week, and the news isn't quite as bad as we had feared.
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Earlier today, iiNet announced plans to offer a spin-off brand, Jiva, which will offer just one product: a $79 a month plan that includes unlimited ADSL2 broadband and free landline calls. That sounds like an appealing deal, but there are some limitations to be aware of.