Ideal for daily email and Internet browsing - our most popular plan.
Suitable if you regularly browse the Internet at home, send emails with small attachments (pictures or documents), buy or sell things at an online auction, watch the occasional video clip and buy a few audio tracks.
Offpeak - 8.00pm to 6.59am business days, all day weekends and public holidays
International - data from internet servers located outside NZ
National - data from internet servers located inside NZ
Broadband via copper phone line options
POTS - Best efforts Fullspeed (15 Megabits per second maximum) up and down Broadband anywhere in NZ and also keeping a normal phone service from Telecom, Telstraclear, etc
Urban Naked - Best efforts Fullspeed (15 Megabits per second maximum) up and down Broadband to a city location without keeping a normal phone service from Telecom, Telstraclear, etc
Rural Naked - Best efforts Fullspeed (15 Megabits per second maximum) up and down Broadband to a rural location without keeping a normal phone service from Telecom, Telstraclear, etc
WiFi via Wireless
Best efforts Fullspeed (20 Megabits per second maximum) up and down Broadband via WiFi wireless
Monthly data allowance
Every month you can upload and download as much of data as you can by browsing the Internet, sending and receiving emails and uploading photos
There is no slow down of the connection speed. No additional usage costs apply
You can keep an eye on your monthly data usage online at PlaNet IPGO. You can also set up broadband usage alerts which will let you know when you are close to exceeding your data allowance
This plan is compatible with ADSL2+. ADSL is a technology which allows Internet data to be sent on existing copper telephone lines. ADSL2+ is the latest version which increases the speed of data transfer and is now available in some areas. It is only available to customers who live in ADSL2+ areas, have an ADSL2+ compatible modem and sign-up to an ADSL2+ compatible plan.
Speed is affected by many factors - how close your house is to the exchange or roadside cabinet, your internal house wiring, computer and modem capability, and your type of phone line and its condition. Short term issues can be caused by the number of people browsing in your house and area, and the types of websites you're visiting. Find out about other factors affecting speed