The plans on the lower speed option are:
A $75 per month plan that gives customers unlimited data, an Optus Ultra Wi-Fi modem, access to Optus Sport and an option of not paying $252 for the modem if one stays on the plan for three years. There is, however, a $99 start-up fee.
A second plan costs $79 a month and has all the options of the first plan, but also offers a Fetch Mini and three months of free Fetch Ultimate. Fetch is an entertainment platform sold by the telco.
There are three plans on the 100/20Mbps option which is claimed to provide 80Mbps during the rush hours of 7pm to 11pm:
A $95 per month plan offers the modem and access to Optus Sport.
A second plan costs $89 per month for the first 12 months and then goes up to $99 and, in addition to the first, offers a Fetch Mini and three months free Fetch Ultimate.
And a third plan will put one out of pocket by $100 per month for the first 12 months, before going up to then $110. Apart from all that the first option allows, it offers customers a Fetch Mighty, three months free Fetch Ultimate and a one-month Premium Channel Pack.
All these plans can be stopped on a month-to-month basis.