Exetel to unveil unlimited ADSL2 plans next week

ISP will offer conventional and naked ADSL2 plans

Internet service provider (ISP) Exetel will next week announce new conventional and naked ADSL2 plans that include unlimited uploads and downloads, according to a company newsletter.

The newsletter, sent to the ISP's customers today, said the plans will be offered to out of contract customers "who have good payment history with Exetel."

Pricing is "almost finalised" and is likely to be:

• Conventional ADSL2 with telephone line rental: $95 per month (including line rental).

• Naked ADSL2: $75 per month and a minimum $5 per month spent on Exetel VoIP services.

Exetel first revealed it was considering unlimited ADSL plans early last month.

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