Telstra Undercuts Optus DSL

Telstra has announced its new budget prices for ADSL, beating out the fledgling Optus residential DSL service a day before its launch. The price cuts encompass the telecommunications heavyweight’s DSL and cable modem broadband offerings. Telstra said it would begin charging BigPond customers $29.95 a month for entry-level high-speed ADSL and cable products — the same price as some dial-up offerings — undercutting Optus’s cheapest DSL service price by $20

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