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Optus Brings Unlimited Data To Home Broadband Bundles

Optus is going data unlimited with its home broadband bundles, introducing a new range of bundles, all with unlimited with data, available from today.

Customers will also be able to save $20 a month off their bill when bundling their Optus postpaid mobile with one of the new broadband bundles, Optus has advised.

“With 31 per cent of Australian households using content streaming services such as Netflix and Stan, the demand for data has never been greater,” Optus managing director of marketing and product Ben White commented.

“Extending it to all our new broadband bundles means customers will never have to ration their broadband data, now they can get all of Optus’ entertainment offerings at once and have endless entertainment at home.

“Optus has great unlimited data bundles for customers connected to the NBN, Optus’ cable and ADSL 2+ networks. Plus, customers connected to Optus’ DSL network will also have unlimited data with our range of Optus Reach bundles.”

Optus NBN, cable and ADSL 2+ customers will be able to choose from bundles including the My Basics bundle, which comes with unlimited standard local calls to landlines.

Optus’ My Entertainment bundle offers unlimited standard local, national and mobile calls, and Yes TV by Fetch with a Connect Pack, while its My Entertainment Plus bundle comes with unlimited standard local, national, mobile and international calls to selected countries, with Yes TV by Fetch with an Entertainment Pack.

Customers on Optus’ DSL network, meanwhile, have the option of either the Reach Basics bundle, which comes with unlimited standard local, national and mobile calls, and the Reach Entertainment Plus bundle, with unlimited standard local, national, mobile and international calls to selected countries, with Yes TV by Fetch with the Entertainment Pack.

Further information can be found here.

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