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Internode launches mobile business plans

The top level $69.00 plan for NodeMobile includes unlimited calls and texts, 5GB of data and 150GB for social media.

Internode has launched new mobile business plans, NodeMobile, starting at $14.95 – but only for existing customers.

Data for the plans range from 200MB to 150GB and discounts for calling other Internode mobiles on the business plan.

Entry level plans start at $14.95 and include $225 of standard calls and texts, $135 credit to other Internode mobiles, 200MB of data and 150GB of social media data.

The top level plan for $69.00 includes unlimited calls and texts, 5GB of data and 150GB for social media.

“A popular component of our mobile plans is they all include credits for calling other NodeMobiles, effectively treating all NodeMobile customers as a single ‘fleet’,” Jim Kellett, Internode product manager, said in a statement.

“This allows NodeMobile customers to make regular calls to their colleagues, friends and family members who also use NodeMobile without eating into their standard calls and text allowances.”

Extra data costs are charged at 20 cents per megabyte on the business plans.

The NodeMobile plans are only available to existing Internode customers who have a ‘fixed location’ service, such as ADSL, broadband or Internode’s landline service.

Internode uses the Optus mobile network.

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