Optus has launched new home wireless broadband plans for consumers and small business customers with generous data inclusions.
New Zealand’s largest telco, Spark, has responded to the growing appetite for bigger and bigger data allowances with new offerings to the majority of its home, and many of its business broadband customers, of up to 50% more data on their plans.
The increasingly competitive push by mobile operators to lure data-hungry consumers with much bigger data allowances has been ramped up by Coles in its latest deal with Optus.
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