ISP Internode has re-opened its Naked Ultra broadband product to new sign-ups and extended the reach of its Easy Naked product by "more than 200 exchanges."
The company said it had "reinvigorated" an agreement with Optus Wholesale to make the changes.
Internode also said it was cutting $10 a month from the price of its Easy Naked plan, which offered a 70 GB quota for $59.95.
Naked services deliver ADSL2+ broadband over a phone line with no dial-tone.
Similar services are available from competitors iiNet, Optus and Dodo. Last month, incumbent carrier Telstra quietly launched a trial of a naked service.