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ISP Spin has trumped iiNet and Primus with the announcement of Australia's first 2TB ADSL2+ plan.

Spin marketing manger, Bill McArthur, said: "We have also restructured our other phone and Internet plans to create more flexible options for our customers. One of the highlights of the new plans is our FREE ADSL2+ plan'¦

"The new plan offering coincides with the relaunch of our website'¦that enables customers to easily identify the right plan to suit their needs."

McArthur added: We will protect our market share and continue to grow our retail business. Telstra is currently offering retail plans below wholesale prices. We question the legality of this and hope the ACCC takes action.'

The new plan will be available from 31 August. McArthur told iTWire: "We'll have that confirmed shortly. We just need to confirmed some details and see what, if any adjustments to our network we need to make." The Free ADSL2+ plan is 1GB at no additional charge on Spin's $49.95 per month phone service which comes with free local calls fixed price $1 national calls and mobile calls capped at $1.50 per call.

Despite iiNet, iPrimus and now Spin making much of their new terabyte and two terabyte plans, unlimited plans are already available from other ISPs.

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Tracking the telecoms industry since 1989, Stuart has been awarded Journalist Of The Year by the Australian Telecommunications Users Group (twice) and by the Service Providers Action Network. In 2010 he received the 'Kester' lifetime achievement award in the Consensus IT Writers Awards and was made a Lifetime Member of the Telecommunications Society of Australia. He was born in the UK, came to Australia in 1980 and has been here ever since.

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