If you're lucky enough to be in the roll-out footprint of the National Broadband Network, you're about to get way luckier: Dodo just unveiled a range of NBN plans, including pretty competitive unlimited offering. Check these out.
Dodo is set to offer four different line speed tiers on the fibre broadband network, starting at speeds of 12Mbps down and 1Mbps up, and ranging through to 25Mpbs down and 5Mbps up, 50Mbps down and 20Mbps up and the highest tier of 100Mbps down and 40Mbps up.
Each speed tier comes with a variety of different usage caps, including a 10GB plan, 50GB plan, 200GB plan and a bonkers 2TB (2000GB) plan. The usage is split down the middle into peak and off-peak periods, with peak period spanning from 8am to 1:59am.
All plans carry an excess data charge of $2 per GB, capped at $20. From there you'll be given the option to be shaped to 64/64Kbps, or tack on an extra 100GB of usage charged at $2 per GB, which seems rather excessive.
There is an unlimited plan for $59.90 per month, but the option is only available on the 12/1Mbps line speed. No unlimited 100/40Mbps NBN for you just yet, dear reader.
Prices range from $29.90 per month for 10GB on the 12/1Mbps profile, right up to $89.90 per month for 2TB of usage on the 100/40Mbps profile. Craziness, that last one.
Here are the rest of the prices on the high-speed tier.
Check out the plans in full over on Dodo's website. [Dodo]
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