MyNetFone director, Rene Sugo, told iTWire the service had been on offer for about four months. Although take up remained small. "Our most popular plan is our $49 100GB offering. $50 per month is definitely the sweet spot," he said.
However he added, "We had a flurry of enquiries when iiNet bought AAPT and announced they were going to drop AAPT's unlimited plan."
The iiNet and iPrimus plans split the 1TB quota between peak and off-peak times and Internode has no peak/off peak discrimination. MyNetFone tops both these in that the 1TB can be used at anytime and there is no limit at off-peak times (midnight to 10.am)
Also where the other three count both upload and download towards the quota, MyNetFone counts only downloads. The TPG 1TB plan also costs $99 per month but is not available unbundled.
Internode's 1TB offering costs $179.95 in a naked version unbundled. The bundled spectrum shared version is only $149.95 but users must pay another $34.95 for the bundled PSTN phone service. Also, while lower quota Internode services are available from Optus DSLAMs, its 600GB and 1TB offering are available only from its own DSLAMs.
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