Dodo launches unlimited NBN plans

Dodo has launched its NBN plans today, including an unlimited data option either 24×7 or just off-peak for all other plans and line speeds. “Dodo has been a leading...

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Dodo has launched its NBN plans today, including an unlimited data option either 24×7 or just off-peak for all other plans and line speeds.

“Dodo has been a leading challenger in the market for over 11 years, offering Australian households high-value services at a cheap price, and our NBN plans are no different,” says Boris Rozenvasser, Consumer Director at M2.

“Whilst the NBN is capable of delivering fast internet to the home, it is our job to make sure that it can be delivered to Australians at a cheap price. It is with this in mind that we have launched what we believe to be some of the most aggressive plans in the market. But it doesn’t just stop at price, our plans are designed to offer innovative and flexible options to consumers” continues Rozenvasser.

Key features of Dodo’s NBN plans include:

  •  Ability to select from different data inclusion levels (10GB, 50GB, 200GB, 2TB/unlimited)  Ability to select from different line speeds (12/1 Mbps, 25/5 Mbps, 50/20 Mbps, 100/40 Mbps)
  •  Entry level price of only $29.90 per month including fibre home phone ($20 connection fee applies)
  •  Unlimited data (24/7) plan for only $59.90 per month
  •  Ability to boost data to UNLIMITED Off-Peak on all other plans and line speeds for only $15 per month extra
  •  Choice of three voice plans (Pay As You Go, Elite offering unlimited standard local (only $10 per month) and national calls and Deluxe (only $20 per month) offering unlimited calls to standard local, national and Australian mobile numbers)
  •  Choice of contract term with 1, 12 or 24 month options available

Below is a table of the full plans available.

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The NBN is still only available in very select areas, but if you happen to be in an area that does, these plans are some of the most affordable. Given you can add an off-peak unlimited part to any plan for $15pm, it’s a decent deal.  One of the biggest issues people have with Dodo is service reliability. Given the infrastructure used to deliver the bits to your house is largely the same regardless of the NBN ISP, cheap doesn’t have to mean nasty.

More info at www.dodo.com/nbn.

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