One of the new telcos to spawn from the NBN, AusBBS (Australian Broadband Services) has revealed new "unlimited" plans for fibre connections, targeting the millions who will soon be moving to NBN services.
Plans start at 25 Mbps for $90 for 'Fast' deal, $100 'Super Fast' plan promises web speeds of 50 Mbps costs and the 'Ultra Speed' 100 Mbps costs $110 per month.
AusBBS says there are no on peak/off peak restrictions, and no setup fees if you sign up to a 24 month contract. However, NBN phone service is not available with an unlimited deal.
Watching video on the internet can be fun, at least until you get your bill, the telco warns, and claims "bill shock" is a serious threat to households as National Broadband Network (NBN) hits homes.
"Our customers want to be able to relax and enjoy the benefits of multi-device super fast internet without having to worry about the bill. Most people would have no idea how big the file was for the last YouTube video they watched and we don't think they should need to worry about it," says Rob Appel, CEO AusBBS.
AusBBS also has Pay As You Go plans that include the first 10GB of usage, after that data costs 85c per GB up to 25GB.
Access fees are $42.95 for 25 Mbps, $52.95 for 50 Mbps, and $62.95 for 100 Mbps (ADSL2+ PAYG available for $29.95).