Dodo Flies Past The 1TB Crowd

With a 3TB monthly plan. Whether you’d want that much, or from Dodo at all is another question entirely.

When the first 1TB plan was announced by iiNet, we wondered who would, staying within the bounds of legality, use that much data each and every month. Since then, iPrimus, TPG and Internode have all joined the 1TB-per-month-plan crew.

Dodo doesn’t have the best reputation amongst ISPs (see for example Whirlpool’s discussions on Dodo here for plenty of examples) but not to be outdone, late last week a whopping 3TB plan popped up on Dodo’s plan page. It’ll set you back $38.95/month plus a mandatory line rental fee in suburban areas, rising to $79.85/month plus phone in regional areas.

What’s also odd about this particular plan is that for 5c more, you could opt for Dodo’s unlimited plan, although again, that might not be your best option. Given the concerns and complaints I’ve heard from ex-Dodo customers, I don’t know if I’ll be lining up for a plan any time soon, but the pressure is back on the other big players — will we see more 3TB plans pop up in response?


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