iiNet Releasing 1TB Bundled Data Plans From August 20th

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  1. DiGiTaL MoNkEY

    DiGiTaL MoNkEY Inverted Monkey

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    The only catch its off peak and on-peak and uploads are counted like we have seen with the latest Telstra and Optus plans...

    Giddy up!

    Full list of home and business plans can be found here: http://www.iinet.net.au/press/releases/20100818-iinet-age-of-terabyte-arrives.pdf
    New plan FAQ can be found here: http://www.iinet.net.au/press/releases/20100818-newplans-faq.pdf

    The new plans will be available from 20th August 2010 6am WST.

    Home and Naked DSL – New plans August 2010

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    Business and Naked Business DSL – New plans August 2010

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  2. spludgey

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    500gb plans really (otherwise you could speak of other ISPs having unlimited plans), but still impressive. Should be enough for most anyone.
     
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    True true, i like that for $99.95 you get more than double what Telstra offer customers when they bundle their fixed line for $10 bucks more.
     
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    Saw this come through earlier. I'm on Naked-DSL Home4. So not sure what I'm upgrading to since it's not shown in their new plan structure.
     
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    Found a similar question on whirlpool, but this user is on a Home5 naked plan.

    http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=1514223#r18
     
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    There's a massive hole in the Naked 1 to 2.

    I need a Naked 1.5
     
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    Even at full pelt24 i struggle to upload 110gb a month.
     
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    iiNet rep has just posted this:

    Just to cover this one off a little more for existing Naked Home customers:

    Old Naked 1 plans will be grandfathered with no plan change.
    Old Naked 2 plans will be automatically shifted to new Naked Home-1 with new quota of 50+50 for the same price.
    Old Naked 3 plans will receive a quota increase to 75+75 and will then be grandfathered.
    Old Naked 4 plans will receive a quota increase to 100+100 and will then be grandfathered.
    Old Naked 5 plans will be automatically shifted to new Naked Home-2 with new quota of 200+200 for the same price.
    Old Naked 6 plans will be automatically shifted to new Naked Home-3 with new quota of 300+300 for the same price.

    http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=1514223&p=9#r177

    ..then the more download GB for you :D
     
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    uploads included I DONT CARE, god dam I wish i could just jump on over, id be ecstatic with just the 200/200 deal.
     
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    just my luck.. i just churned away from iiNet to TPG as they had a more affordable plan and a higher quota now this shit comes out..

    ohh the pain :upset:
     
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    Patience is a virtue..was going to churn to Internodes new plans, but read on whirlpool something is in the works in the next month or two - plus with Telstra's push, these ISP's will react sooner than later.
     
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    yeah i know.. i haven't churned over yet.. i wonder if i can cancel it.. Hmm probs not..

    *bangs head against wall*
     
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    worth a try :p

    disconnect your phone or something, gotta be cheaper to reconnect it than to pay out a tpg contract termination :p
     
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    i guess these caps are for HD Television? :O
     
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    Holy crap!!!
    My plan is jumping from 40/40 to 200/200!!!! :thumbup:

    Uploads counted, but I usually upload 60gb a month max... hmm..

    edit: IPTV from iinet doesn't count to your cap, but only works through iinet enabled dslams..
     
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    Don't you have two weeks to change your mind or something like that?
     
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    I'm loving these new plans.

    I got from 40/40 to either 100/100 or 200/200. I honestly don't think i will go with the 200/200 and i barely use my 80 right now. I don't care that uploads are included as i don't upload. I think when i monitored it for a week i did like 300MB of uploads, nothing at all.

    Save the old man $30 a month and get an extra 120GB of quota. Awesome.
     
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    Similar descision for myself, i will go for the 100/100 first and see how my usage goes without being stupid. And if i can max it out with my multimedia heavy usage, i'll consider the 200/200 as i'd rather take the cheaper plan first and not pay a $29 dollar downgrade fee if i'm not using the 200/200.
     
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    That is awesome. Im on Home 5 ADSL1 atm, so it will be a 300gb increase. I think i will have to re-setup the dedicated box. Will be interesting to see how the uploads bit goes with 1:1 ratio sites
     
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    I'm going from 50/75 to 500/500 for $10 less a month WTF, this is awesome!
     

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