Just over a month after launching their 3G broadband service running off the back of Optus, Internode has boosted the data limits for its customers. The entry level plan has doubled the amount of data from 250MB to 500MB per month for $14.95, while the 3GB $40 plan has been boosted to 5GB of data. That brings the network in line with what the likes of Vodafone and Optus are offering, which can only be a good thing for customers. Huzzah's all around!
Internode Increases Its Data Quotas For Wireless Broadband
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