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engin Ignites Home Market With New Phone & Broadband Bundles

engin (ASX:ENG) is launching five new, cost cutting “Ignition” plans for home phone and broadband. The Ignition bundles were built specifically to provide generous call levels and data allowances to cut customers’ phone and broadband bills.
  • 15 December, 2009 10:59

<p>Recognised for leading the way with innovative pricing and service packages in the Australian telecommunications market, engin (ASX:ENG) is launching five new, cost cutting “Ignition” plans for home phone and broadband.</p>
<p>The Ignition bundles were built specifically to provide generous call levels and data allowances to cut customers’ phone and broadband bills.</p>
<p>Starting at only $49 per month, engin’s Ignition 49 bundle provides unlimited* local calls; 17c/min national calls, 35c/min mobile calls, highly competitive international calls, plus 2GB of data.</p>
<p>The Ignition 69 and Ignition 79 plans offer unlimited* local and national calls. Ignition 99 adds even more value with unlimited mobile calls included.</p>
<p>Ignition 119, at $119 per month, is the top of the line service for heavy users and bundles a huge 40GB of data with unlimited* local, national and mobile calls;; and highly competitive rates for international calls (for a full list of international destinations please click here).</p>
<p>Greg Crameri, Residential Marketing Manager for engin, said: “Unlike some of the larger telcos, engin understands that Australians are making greater use of all types of phone services and using increasing amounts of data but want much more competitive pricing.</p>
<p>“We are consistently able to bundle low prices for all call types with more data.</p>
<p>“There is an engin package for everyone whether they’re single or covering the wide phone and broadband needs of a family. Our incredibly affordable Ignition bundles allow people to keep in touch with their family and friends across Australia and around the world,” he said.</p>
<p>* Fair use policy applies</p>
<p>About engin Limited www.engin.com.au</p>
<p>engin is an Australian owned and operated telecommunications network listed on the Australian stock exchange (ENG).</p>
<p>On the back of its reputation for bringing competitively priced VoIP services to residential and small business markets, the company is also renowned for delivering low cost PSTN telephony services to Australian consumers.</p>
<p>engin’s growth has been underpinned by a 2007 strategic partnership with the Seven Network.</p>
<p>For further information please contact:</p>
<p>Greg Crameri engin 0406 625 740
Shuna Boyd BoydPR 02 9418 8100</p>

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