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More Surf For Less

More Surf For Less

Telstra Big Pond announced Mar 18 a new plan for its internet users that will provide

50% more hours on the net.

"Anyone signing up for a Standard Plan would now get 12 hours of internet access

per month (up from 8) included in the monthly subscription fee," said Big Pond

manager David Lewis in a press release.

Fees for additional hours have been reduced from $6 to $5, and the start-up deposit

has been reduced from $200 to $100.

For Frequent Users, free access hours have been increased from 18 to 25 for a monthly

fee of $120. The rate for extra hours has been reduced from $5 to $4.

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