Telstra has just unveiled a range of new pricing packages for mobile broadband and has partnered with Acer to launch three new all in one business laptops.
According to Deena Shiff, group managing director, Telstra Business, the new plans will offer its business customers more data for a lower price.
“These landmark plans are designed to not only give small business owners and managers mobile working capabilities with Telstra’s superior network coverage, but make it affordable to equip more staff with high-speed productivity tools,” she said.
“The surge in mobile broadband take-up shows it’s no longer just a tool for senior executives. Mobile broadband subscribers now account for 22 per cent of all Internet subscribers and usage is up 162 per cent across all networks up to June last year.”
The new Telstra Business plans will offer double the data allowance on some subscription plans with the $39 Standard plan offering seven times more data, $0 upfront Telstra Mobile ‘elite’ devices on some 24 month contracts, casual plan options starting a $5 a month, price reductions of $20 per month compared to casual plans when customers connect their existing device on a 24 month contract and a new higher usage plan of 120GB.
Also from 9 February, Telstra Business will offer an Acer Aspire One A0531 10” netbook with a $19 data pack and monthly laptop repayments from $28.29 for 24 months. An Acer 8371 13.3” notebook and 8571 15” notebook are also available with data packs starting from $59 a month for 6GB of data with upfront payments of $149 and $249 respectively plus monthly repayments of $62.46.