news iiNet has announced a trio of new plans offering limitless data over the NBN, starting at $69.99 a month.
That near-70 bucks starting point will buy users the basic “Liimitless” (not a typo) plan, which provides limitless data at a “basic speed” of up to 12Mbps download and up to 1Mps upload.
Customers wanting better speed with their Liimitless data plan can opt for one of two “speed boost” plans offering up to 25Mbps download and up to 5Mbps upload.
Both of these plans come with local and standard national calls included, while one includes Australian mobile calls for just $10 extra per month. Costs for these plans are $79.99 and $89.99 a month, respectively.
Should users want “top speeds” with their Liimitless data, iiNet’s “max” plans offer up to 100Mps download and up to 40Mps upload.
There are three max plans on offer, ranging in cost from $99.99 to $119.99 a month, with limitless data and a range of call benefits from pay as you go, to free local and national, to free local, national and mobile.
Potential customers can check if their location lies within the current NBN footprint by visiting the NBN Coverage Checker, or see when their area is scheduled to go live.
iiNet stresses that quoted speeds for the Liimitless plans are “maximum connection speeds as provided by NBN”, and actual throughput speeds may be slower and could vary due to “many factors”.