Dubbed the Big Kahuna, the plan offers 200 GB of data for $79.95 per month. However, the 200 GB data capacity does not come as a flat quota.
During peak hours (12pm to 12am) customers will be limited to 40 GB of data capacity while off peak hours (12am to 12pm) will see the remainder 160 GB in use.
Once customers exceed the allocated data quota, download speeds will be shaped to 64 kbps.
Primus CEO Ravi Bhatia said the new plan was designed for families and individuals that regularly consume large amounts of data through heavy Internet use.
“Introduction of Big Kahuna is yet another milestone achievement for iPrimus and demonstrates our resolve to maintain our leadership position through innovation, customer responsiveness and high quality of service,” Bhatia said.
“With Big Kahuna, we have continued the tradition of offering our customers best value for money coupled with the highest quality of service.”
The Big Kahuna is available now to customers within Primus’s network range.
iPrimus super-sizes ADSL2+ plans
By Mitchell Bingemann on May 28, 2008 4:05PM
iPrimus today unveiled a new ADSL2+ offering that the company claims includes the largest data amount ever offered by an Australian broadband provider to residential customers.
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