Optus gets naked

2 Mar 2009

Optus has announced that it will start offering naked DSL subscription plans, allowing customers to have a broadband connection without having to rent a traditional telephone line. Internode and iiNet were the first ISPs to offer the service in Australia. Optus says the service, which includes a 7GB data download cap, is priced at AUD59.99 (USD38.30) or AUD49.99 when bundled with an Optus mobile plan. The company also announced separate plans allowing for month-to-month subscriptions as opposed to a standard 24-month contract.

Australia, Optus