Optus unbundles broadband and phone plans

Telco announces plans for those who want to buy phone and broadband separately.

Optus has revealed “naked” broadband and fixed phone plans for customers who don’t want to bundle their phone and Internet plans.

The broadband-only plans cost $55 per month for 50GB, $75 for 120GB, $85 for 300GB and $100 for 500GB. On the 50GB and 120GB plans, Optus adds $90 in fees for connection and delivery.

For customers that just need a landline, Optus will offer plans between $22 and $60 per month. The high-end plan includes unlimited standard national and mobile calls, while a $45 plan has unlimited calls only to local and national numbers and Optus Mobile.

Optus said the $22 plan is ideal for businesses that need a second line for a fax machine.

Existing Optus postpaid mobile customers who pay $30 per month or more will receive a 10 per cent discount on the naked broadband and phone plans, Optus said.

In addition, Optus customers signing up for the NBN for the first time will receive a 10 per cent discount off broadband or phone access fees when bundled with an Optus postpaid mobile plan of $30 or more, the telco said.

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