Optus Broadband Offering More Unlimited Data Choices
Optus unveiled a new range of unlimited home broadband plans designed to make it easier for customers to stream, watch and browse to their heart’s content. Basically, Optus is now offering more options for data-hungry customers who want the freedom to use the internet without the worry of chewing through their data.
With Optus’ unlimited home broadband bundles, clients can choose the plan that suits their lifestyle. Customers can choose from three new unlimited home broadband bundles:
Home Entertainment Bundle – great for data-hungry customers, who want all their on-demand entertainment in one place with Optus TV with Fetch and the security of a landline (95$/month, $125 start-up fee)
Big Bundle – ideal for customers who want lots of data and the flexibility that comes with generous domestic and international call inclusions (95$/month, $125 start-up fee)
Ultimate Home Bundle – the plan for customers who want it all, with unlimited data, unlimited calls and all the entertainment they can handle with Optus TV with Fetch and the Entertainment Pack ($115/month, no start-up fee)
Households are using more broadband data than ever before, with Australians downloading more than 1.1 million terabytes of data in the 12 months to December 2014, an increase of 35% from the previous year. Demand for data continues to grow as Australians take advantage of on-demand video services, with 52% of adults viewing TV shows or feature films via the internet.
“Every household is different, but customers tell us they want plans that give them the freedom to use their data around the clock and without speed limits. With video-on-demand and streaming services becoming mainstream, we know that unlimited data is fast becoming a must have for many Aussie families,” Vicki Brady, Managing Director of Marketing and Product at Optus said.
For those who aren’t interested in unlimited data, Optus is offering the Basic Bundle plan, a low-cost options that delivers 200GB per month, plus a home phone with unlimited national calls to other land lines for 70$ ($125 start-up fee).