ISP iiNet has revealed it will review its ADSL1 plans next month following an upgrade to quota limits on a number of home and business broadband plans this week.
Chief executive Michael Malone told iTnews the ADSL1 review is "planned for 20 July".
"We do reviews of our products every six to 12 months based on cost changes and the market," he said.
The Perth ISP launched a series of changes [PDF] to its Home and Business Broadband 2+ and Naked DSL Home and Business plans on Tuesday.
Changes to its Naked DSL Home plans were first noticed by customers who flooded the Whirlpool forums to welcome the news.
While the base Naked DSL Home 1 plan remained unchanged, Home 2 saw its quota limit double from 10 to 20 GB in peak and off-peak periods, for a total quota of 40 GB.
Naked DSL Home 3 users saw the biggest increases with both peak and off-peak quotas rising from 30 GB to 50 GB, giving a new total of 100 GB.
Users of the Naked DSL Home 4 to Home 6 plans also got a total of 20 GB of extra downloads per month.