Friday, 14 August 2020 18:06

Dodo combines new NBN plans with electricity and gas charges


Telco and energy retailer Dodo has launched new NBN plans coupled with offers for electricity and gas services.

Dodo announced that its new “super simple” NBN plans now offer unlimited data from $65 a month – or just $55 a month when you add electricity and gas.

And for those with “a need for speed”, until 31 October Dodo is offering a discount of $5 a month for the first 12-months off its unlimited data NBN 100 plan, now $80 per month, or just $70 per month when electricity and gas* is added.

“With so many Australians working online, studying online, and accessing entertainment online, there’s never been a better time to get a great deal on your home broadband plan,” said Dodo Chief Executive Antony de Jong.

“All of Dodo’s super simple nbn plans include $0 set-up and modem fees on 12-month plans, unlimited data, and free modem delivery when you order online.

“Does your energy provider chip in for your internet? If not, it’s time to go Dodo,” de Jong said.

*$10 discount only available in VIC & NSW, $5 per month discount available in SA and QLD. NBN 25 plan 12mth total min cost $780. NBN100 plan 12mth total min cost $960.

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