Dodo releases NBN plans including unlimited data plan

Dodo has today announced its new range of consumer NBN plans

Dodo has announced its new range of consumer NBN plans, including a plan offering unlimited data per month.

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The M2 Telecommunications subsidiary's plans include the ability to select from four different data inclusion levels, and four different line speeds.

Dodo's entry level plan starts at $29.90 per month and ranges to a $89.90 per month plan that offers a 2TB data inclusion, consisting of 1TB peak, and 1TB off-peak limits.

The company also offers an "unlimited" plan for $59.90, though this plan is restricted to the entry-level speed of 12 megabits per second (Mbps) download and 1Mbps upload.

M2's consumer director, Boris Rozenvasser, says the Dodo NBN plans provide high-value services at an "aggressive" price.

"Dodo has been a leading challenger in the market for over 11 years, offering Australian households high-value services at a cheap price, and our NBN plans are no different."

"Whilst the NBN is capable of delivering fast internet to the home, it is our job to make sure that it can be delivered to Australians at a cheap price. It is with this in mind that we have launched what we believe to be some of the most aggressive plans in the market."

Dodo will allow customers on any NBN plan to boost their off-peak data allowance to unlimited for an extra $15 per month extra on any plan, at any speed.

The company also offers an optional fibre home phone service with any plans, enabling consumers to bundle a home phone with an NBN broadband connection.

Like most competing NBN plans, Dodo customers can choose from four different connection line speeds including 12/1Mbps, 25/5 Mbps, 50/20 Mbps, and 100/40 Mbps.

The NBN plans are available on a choice of one, 12 or 24 month contract terms. The Dodo plans can be seen below.

Dodo's full range of NBN plans.Dodo's full range of NBN plans.

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Ross Catanzariti
Topics: FTTN, NBN plans, m2 telecommunications, dodo, ftth, NBN
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