Optus and Yes TV offer lifestyle-based fixed broadband plans

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A customer uses an OPTUS internet facility at Sydney International Airport, Australia, November 8, 2015. Reuters/David Gray

Optus and Yes TV by Fetch Multiroom have launched new broadband plans that would match the lifestyle of their customers. The offer is available to new and recontracting customers.

There companies offered three types of plans through bundled services. One of the plans is the Optus $60 Plan that comes with a fixed phone line and unlimited data. The unlimited data is perfect for customers who want a broadband for everyday internet use. The minimum total cost over 24 months is $1440. The Optus $80 Plan is perfect for entertainment lovers. It comes with a Yes TV by Fetch Mighty set-top box, Yes TV by Fetch Channel Pack, a fixed phone line and an unlimited data. The minimum total cost over 24 months is $1,920. The Office $80 Plan is ideal for small and medium business customers. The offer includes a $360 Smart Shop voucher to spend on business applications, a fixed phone line and unlimited data. The minimum total cost over 24 months of $1920.

Managing Director of Marketing and Product at Optus Ben White said that the broadband plan fits the customers' needs. The plans could give them the flexibility to choose the type of inclusion they prefer to subscribe. "Customers who want to use their fixed phone line for calls can add unlimited local and national calls; unlimited calls to Australian mobiles; or international call packs for an additional monthly fee," White said.

Yes TV content could be watched on up to three televisions by attaching to multiple Yes TV by Fetch Mini, Yes TV by Fetch Mighty or Gen-2 devices to a single account. Both Mini and Mighty services are available on month-to-month pricing. Mini services cost $10 while the Mighty services cost $15.

The set-top box Mighty could record up to 585 hours of SD TV with 1TB personal video recorder. It allows customers to subscribe to premium Channel Packs and Netflix and Stan on TV could be accessed but subscriptions are needed. The set-top box Mini could work with other fixed broadband internet service providers in the country. Similar with the Mighty, customers could subscribe to premium Channel Packs and access Netflix and Stan on TV through subscription. Yes TV is also available on mobile allowing customers to stream movies, TV and music without using the data on selected mobile plans and streaming apps. Premier League action is also available for Optus Sport subscriber. Mobile subscribers are offered music streaming on Google Play Music, iHeartRadio, Pandora and Spotify without using the plan's data.

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