Popular voice over IP (VoIP) provider MyNetFone announced Tuesday that it will provide a nationwide Naked ADSL service, joining a growing list of ISPs in the country that are now offering a telco-free Internet solution.
MyNetFone's managing director, Andy Fung, said the company will start offering the service from late April or early May, and existing MyNetFone VoIP subscribers will be given priority during the initial rollout. Fung said the company is focused on providing a good quality, value for money service.
Although the structure of the company's plans is yet to be finalised, Fung said that, unlike many ISPs' plans, users will be given the option of purchasing an increased data allowance if they anticipate exceeding their standard monthly quota. Shaping will occur if users go over their monthly allowance and don't purchase extra data. Separate upload and download quotas will be available.
Currently, MyNetFone is allowing its existing customers to register their interest (with no commitment), with Naked ADSL plans available from $39.95 per month when bundled with a VoIP plan.