Exetel reveals new mobile broadband pricing

Price drop follows wireless broadband negotiations with Optus

Internet service provider Exetel has unveiled new pricing for its mobile broadband plans. In a newsletter sent to customers yesterday, the ISP said it had renegotiated its "buy prices" for wireless broadband with Optus.

The new plans on offer are 1GB of data for $15 per month, 2GB for $222, 3GB for $30 and 5GB for $45. Both uploads and downloads are included in users' quotas, and a $25 setup fee is charged. Excess usage is charged for $0.02 per megabyte. The company also offers three plans without included monthly quotas that have a $5 monthly fee, with users charged $0.02 per MB used.

More information on the ISP's mobile broadband offerings can be found on its Web site.

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2 Comments

Tommy

1

2GB sounds expensive at $222. Optus network resell, congestion and latency central...pass

Next G please $19 for 1GB, $29 for 3GB

Someone

2

My god these mobile broadband plans suck. They're years behind even some of the most basic ADSL plans.

I'm live in a regional area where I am not able to access ADSL and I would be willing to pay extra (within reason) for more data, but I can't find any plans over 10GB at the moment.

I'm currently paying $50 per month for the Vodafone month to month 10GB agreement, but with ADSL2 plans with terabyte data allowance, it seems absolutely abysmal in comparison.

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