MyNetFone announces NBN plans for Armidale and Kiama
The plans can provide NBN internet access as well as MyNetFone’s VoIP (voice over internet protocol) service, which also allows customers to keep their existing phone number. Once the number is ported to MyNetFone, it can be retained if a customer moves into a different call collection area.
The VoIP service is included in its broadband plans for no additional fixed monthly cost. Customers pay a flat 12.5 cents for untimed national phone calls and 24 cents per minute for mobile calls. International call costs vary.
‘My NBN Basic’, the cheapest plan at $39.95 per month, features 20 GB of download allowance at 12 Mbps download speed.
‘My NBN 100’ is the company’s priciest plan, at $99.95 for 1 TB of download allowance at 100 Mbps download speed.
Customers can also build their own plan to suit their needs by adding extra download capacity - ‘Data Boosts’, in MyNetFone’s vernacular - priced at $15 for an extra 100 GB or $40 for 1 TB.
The plans are available on 24-month contracts.
In areas where NBN construction is still underway, MyNetFone is offering residential and business customers a MyNetFone ADSL2+ service, with a free upgrade to the NBN once it becomes available at their premises. (Note that the 24-month contract commences upon activation of the NBN plan service.)
The current ADSL2+ offer includes free set-up and a free modem - or $50 iTunes card for customers who wish to ‘bring their own’ modem - and is available on Naked ADSL2+ or traditional ADSL2+, depending on location.
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