New pricing for Cable & Wireless Optus

Cable & Wireless Optus announced today a new pricing structure for its Internet access -- launching two new product bundles aimed at families and small businesses.

Optus Internet now has a variable monthly usage plan called NetSaver, in addition to its fixed and pre-paid access plans, which had been in place since the ISP's launch last year.

The NetSaver plan starts at a minimum monthly charge of $10, which includes four hours of access. Additional hours are charged according to the following scale:

5th - 24th hour is charged at $2.00 per hour25th-44th hour is charged at $1.00 per hourthe 45th - 200th hour is provided at no cost200th hour and over is charged at 50 cents per hourAdditionally, Optus Internet claims on the NetSaver plan that users will not pay more than $70 for up to 200 hours of access in a month.

Users may alternatively sign up for a new fixed plan which offers 200 hours of Internet access for $45.

Two packages aimed at families and small businesses have also been launched by Optus Internet, bundling a number of things including software and Web hosting.

Optus Internet Family ($29.95 RRP) offers five e-mail addresses, 5MB of space for a Web site, Net Nanny software to customise Web surfing for children and unlimited 12-month access to Britannica Online. A bonus 50 hours of Internet access is available upon signing-up with Optus Internet.

The Optus Internet Business package ($29.95 RRP) offers users five e-mail addresses, 5MB of space for a Web site and Optus Em@il UpDate -- a service which notifies a user of new e-mail via their Optus Mobile Digital phone.

Optus

Phone: 1800 558 558

http://www.optusnet.com.au

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