Spark shakes up UFB plans with low-data dis­count

Taranaki Daily News - - Business -

Spark is chang­ing its un­lim­ited, ul­tra-fast broad­band plans by of­fer­ing a dis­count to cus­tomers who use only small amounts of data in any one month. Cus­tomers who now pay $85 a month for un­lim­ited ‘‘ul­tra-fast’’ fi­bre broad­band (UFB) will be charged $10 less if they use be­tween 60 gi­ga­bytes and 120Gb of data in any one month – and $20 less if they use less than 60Gb. Spokes­woman El­lie Cross said about half of Spark’s cus­tomers on UFB var­ied broad­band us­age sig­nif­i­cantly from month to month and could ben­e­fit from the flex­i­ble pric­ing, which will be of­fered to all new fi­bre cus­tomers un­der the name ‘‘Un­plan’’. Ex­ist­ing cus­tomers could stay on their ‘‘Un­lim­ited’’ or capped plans, she said. ‘‘No-one will be forced to move onto any­thing.’’

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