Broadband bigwig Telstra has announced that it's starting to roll out a new 5G home broadband service to compete with NBN, but it's also making some changes to its core NBN plans as well.
Previously, the telco has offered a fairly simple array of NBN plan speeds – Standard (NBN25), Standard Plus (NBN50), and Premium (NBN100), staying away from newer, faster tiers that have recently been unlocked by NBN Co. That's just changed however, with Australia’s biggest telco now offering two new plans that boost speeds significantly beyond what was previously available.
Unlike other telcos, Telstra isn't offering these as standalone products – rather, they're add-ons to its Premium (NBN100) product. Subscribe to the latter and, if you've got the right connection type, you'll now be able to optionally add Superfast or Ultrafast speeds (aka NBN250 and NBN1000 respectively) for a flat monthly fee ...
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