Netspace joins ISP ranks with Naked DSL

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Netspace joins ISP ranks with Naked DSL

Netspace has joined the likes of iiNet, Internode, gotalk and Exetel by launching a new Naked DSL service.

The ISP released four customer plans starting from $54.95 for 5GB of data up to $104.95 for 160GB of data per month.

Only the 5GB plan and the next plan up – a $64.95, 15GB per month offering – allow data to be consumed at any time.

The two higher-end plans split the data allowance between peak and off peak times.

The $74.95, 50GB per month product allows for 20GB of peak downloads and 30GB of off peak downloads. Off peak for this plan only runs from 5am to midday.

The larger $104.95, 160GB per month plan includes 40GB of peak and 120GB off peak data. The Off peak timeslot for this plan runs from 3am to 10am.

“We were keen to introduce this service so that those who want to get Naked with Netspace can do so, and we have taken the time to get it right,” said Matthew Phillips, regulatory and carrier affairs manager at Netspace.

“We know there is a growing number of people who rely on their mobile for day to day phone use and don’t want to have to pay for a phone line in order to have high speed, high performance internet service.”
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