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Get your first 4 months FREE, and $0 installation with Optus Broadband!

Posted By: Brad, posted 2007/11/20 05:26
Get your first 4months FREE with Optus Broadband on a 24 month contract. (Min cost $1315.80)

What you get:
A Flat monthly fee - No excess usage fees.
Unlimited Dial-up plan - access to a reduced fee of just $4.95 a month for travelling.
5 free email addresses with 10MB of webspace each.
Free email anti-virus and spam filter.
Free Optus Internet Security Suite for 12 months complete Internet protection that includes Anti-virus, Anti-Spyware, Firewall, & Parental Control.

Plus, receive 4 months free* Broadband and $0 installation when bundled with Optus Home Phone &/or eligible mobile for 24 months.
Expiry date:2007/12/02
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$1,315.80Get deal
  • Brad2007/11/20 22:27:16
    http://personal.optus.com.au/web/ShowBinary/SCSRepository/assets/images/personal/internet/LPGraphic_Broadband.gif
  • nod2007/11/21 00:51:36
    Shame that Optus stopped their cashback program
  • admin2007/11/21 09:07:24
    Sign up online for Optus Broadband and receive a $30 bonus~!

    According to the optus site.
  • admin2007/11/21 09:09:24
    am I being stupid or is the optus service limited to 64kb or 128kb ??
  • Brad2007/11/21 16:50:27
    If you exceed your monthly data allowance, access will be speed limited to 64 or 128kbps depending on your plan until the end of the billing month.

    That is only their capped rate when you use all your data allowance for the month.
  • trevorf2007/11/21 18:21:15
    I wouldn't recomend them at the moment, since they've implemented the system to count uploads to you monthly data allowance too. Better off with an ADSL provider at the moment.
  • admin2007/11/21 18:26:39
    Brad;26610
    That is only their capped rate when you use all your data allowance for the month.


    I didnt think it could be right.

    trevorf;26630
    I wouldn't recomend them at the moment, since they've implemented the system to count uploads to you monthly data allowance too.


    But your upload is usually pretty small though - unless your a P2P junkie.

    Optus' prices seem to have come down quite a bit (:) purely an observation not a recommendation). Last time I priced one of their deals up it came out to $1200 a year.

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