Fresh from buying Adam Internet, iiNet launch a new ISP brand, Jiva, flogging an 'unlimited' plan for $79.
iiNet, who claims to be is "the leading challenger" in the broadband market, says Jive is a simple, high-value Internet service, with "One plan. One bill. Always."
However, it has no association with Adam, a deal which still has to be finalised.
The new telco with no 'flashy add-ons' will go live September, nationally.
Plan wise, it is offering unlimited broadband data, calls, for $79 per month on a ADSL2+ connection with a wireless modem on a 24-month plan.
However, international calls are no included.
It is a focused plan and aimed at a different customer than iiNet traditional base a spokesperson told CN.
iiNet CEO Michael Malone said the Jiva initiative is designed to attract new customers to the group, but insists its not a not 'budget' iiNet.
"It's really all about value. Our research is telling us there is a section of the market that wants high-quality broadband that they can just set-and-forget. Jiva is targeting those people - by having one simple product we can streamline human contact and offer a quality connection at a great price."