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Engin ignites bundled VoIP plans
- — 15 April, 2010 15:14
Local VoIP provider Engin has introduced three new bundle plans. Dubbed VoIP Ignition, the plans are available for $69, $89 and $109 per month and include broadband access with a data quota that can be used without on- and off-peak periods.
Greg Crameri, residential marketing manager for Engin, said the company had also tripled its coverage across urban and regional Australia.
All three Ignition plans include a four port modem/router, no connection fee and a Voicebox. Customers must sign up to the plans for 24 months.
The VoIP 89 Ignition plan includes unlimited local, national and mobile calls via VoIP plus 25GB of data per month for a monthly fee of $89. If users want to transfer their existing landline number to Engin, the telco charges a monthly fee of $20.
Only downloads are metered, so any uploads are excluded from monthly data quotas.
Customers on the Ignition plans also have the option of purchasing data packs if they go over their monthly limit and find the shaping speed (64Kps) too slow. These packs are called 'Afterburners' and Engin sells 2GB of extra data for $5 per month.