Telstra increases data allowances for fixed broadband subs

Thursday 26 March 2015 | 14:13 CET | News
Australian operator Telstra has started topping up the data allowances for its fixed broadband customers and aims to reach more than 2.5 million customers in the coming months. The data will be applied to all consumer ADSL, Cable, FTTP and NBN plans. The extra gigabytes are a permanent addition to Telstra plans. In the coming months, Telstra says it will write to its customers and send them an SMS to let them know that it has updated their allowance. Once the extra data has been added to the customers' account it will be included every month for as long as subscribers remain on that plan.

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Telstra
Countries: Australia
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