Netspace has expanded its range of ADSL plans, offering three new symmetrical DSL services for online gamers as well as increased download limits across its 256Kbps ADSL plans.
The new SYM UltraLite, SYM MaXimiser and SYM PowerPlus broadband products are based on symmetrical 512Kbps download and upload speeds, and include free access to the ISP’s gaming servers. The plans range from $89.95 to $129.95 per month, depending on the monthly download allowance (6GB to 50GB per month, split between peak and off-peak times).
Netspace has also crafted a new 256 UltraLite ADSL plan, priced at $39.95, which includes 4GB worth of data each month (2GB in peak-time, 2GB in off-peak time). The faster UltraLite 512 product gives consumers a 6GB download limit for $49.95 per month.
With the exception of the $29.95 starter 256 ADSL product, all of Netspace’s broadband plans are based on a speed shaping policy, meaning consumers who exceed their monthly download limit will have their access speed dropped. Netspace customers on the Starter 256 plan will have their excess download usage capped once they hit $49.95 (excess downloads are charged at 15 cents per MB). The Starter 256 plan comes with a 300MB download allowance.
For those not on the starter 256 plan and who want to increase their monthly download limit and retain their specified access speed can opt to buy “data blocks” instead of speed shaping. The data blocks come in 2GB or 8GB increments, available for $24.95 and $49.95 respectively.