Optus has launched its new range of Bundled Broadband (with home phone and/or mobile) and Naked plan range that claims to offer more data. The company will also continue to offer a 12-hour off-peak period to its users and remove excess usage fees on most of its plans.Optus Consumer’s Marketing Director, Austin R. Bryan said, “As Australia’s second largest ISP and the first to offer bundling options for the home, Optus knows that customers want flexibility, value and great service from their phone and broadband provider. They also want easy to understand plans to show them exactly what they get upfront.”
“We have listened to feedback from our customers and developed a range of broadband plans that combine extra data with greater value and more freedom. For instance our new $59.99 bundled broadband plan provides customers with a huge 150GB of data a month and no excess usage charges should they reach their limit,” added Bryan.
Optus says that unlike some providers, it has retained “off-peak period at a huge 12 hours between midnight and midday giving customers a greater opportunity to use their broadband when they want to”.
In addition, Optus’ new Naked DSL plans allow customers to bundle their broadband and mobile services and access great broadband value by receiving 170GB of data for just $69.99 a month, a saving of $10 a month on Optus’ current Naked DSL offer.
“As customers download more music, TV shows and movies or access more user generated content online, Optus is thinking bigger and giving customers the option to use the internet for what they want as much as they’d like to, without having to worry about download limits or excess charges.”
“We continue to bring value and freedom to our customers by developing great plans that are easy to understand and represent the best value. With these new broadband offers we are proving once again that when you think of competition and great value, you think Optus,” concluded Bryan.