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NBN Prepares ‘Focus on 50’ Bundles for Release

NBN Co, are on the verge of releasing their pricing packages at wholesale in May, as part of their ‘Focus on 50’ campaign.

The company announced new wholesale bundles, with the NBN 50 priced at $45 a month, while the NBN 100 will cost $65 a month.

The NBN 50 features 50 megabits per second (Mbps) with 2Mbps of capacity, while the NBN 100 increases capacity to 2.5Mbps, with 100Mbps speeds.

This is part of their strategy to further bulk up their 50Mbps plan, after figures showed that this plan had seen an increase in customers by 64%, with a million people having upgraded to the NBN in the past four months, according to the company. 

The campaign will run until the end of October 2018, as NBN Co, try to make the switch over to their Fibre-to-the-Curb (FttC) connections more appealing for customers and businesses.

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