Internode cuts Naked ADSL prices

Internode cuts Naked ADSL pricing and extends service coverage

Australian ISP Internode has cut pricing on its Easy Naked ADSL plan by $10 per month, while also extending its service coverage by more than 200 telephone exchanges.

The $10 discount comes along with Internode doubling its shaping speeds on the Easy Naked services, providing 128 kilobit per second (Kbps) download and upload Internet speeds for customers who exceed their monthly data quota. Internode previously shaped download and upload speeds to 64Kbps when monthly data limits were exceeded.

"Easy Naked is our most popular Naked ADSL service and delivers great value for money," Internode product manager Jim Kellett said. "These revisions make it even better value, backed by Internode's award-winning customer support."

Internode has also relaunched its NakedUltra product range at the price of $49.95 for a 10 GB-per-month service, delivered using Optus wholesale broadband ports.

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