National broadband company Internode today launches its first standalone analogue telephone service, NodeLine, which can carve more than 25 per cent from your monthly telephone charges.
Aimed at residential customers, NodeLine is a standard telephone service with competitive call rates that can save customers more than $40 a month based on typical calling patterns (see below).
NodeLine is an Internode repackaging of a Telstra analogue phone service, which means it is available virtually anywhere in Australia.
Internode Product Manager Jim Kellett said NodeLine offered highly competitive prices for calls to national and mobile numbers. “Long distance calls are billed as 15 cents per minute while calls to mobile phones are billed at 29 cents per minute, both with no flagfall,” he said
“Everyone has different calling patterns, so we’ve designed NodeLine to deliver savings to people who use their telephone for a typical spread of calling needs.
“NodeLine is just the start of Internode’s analogue telephony service offerings. During the second half of this year, we will announce a range of NodeLine-based bundles to meet our customers’ needs.”
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