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Get 2 Months Free ADSL2+ Internet When You Join Exetel In August

If you live in Australia and you want cheaper high-speed broadband ADSL2+ Internet access, you're in luck. Exetel are running a special promotion where you get 2 months free if you sign up to one of their Premium ADSL2+ plans on a 12 month contract before the end of August 2011.

If you haven't heard of Exetel, it's because they don't advertise; their business model is based on word-of-mouth. They buy wholesale telecommunication services from major network providers like Optus, and then resell them direct to customers at consistently the lowest rates on the market. If you aren't tech-savvy and need lots of hand-holding, they probably aren't for you; but if you know how to follow instructions, can configure settings yourself, and want a service that just works at the cheapest rates, they're ideal.

I've been with Exetel for a couple of years now after a friend put me … Continue reading…

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Why I use Exetel for my ADSL2+ and Telephone

Last time I looked, Exetel had the cheapest deal on combined ADSL2+ & telephone bundles in Australia.

Six months ago I decided it was time to upgrade from ADSL1 to ADSL2+. Those YouTube videos kept stalling, and I was building more and more websites so I wanted a faster Internet link. At the time, I was with Optus on a Telstra ADSL1 line, and Optus had just come out with their 'yes' Fusion ADSL2+ bundle deal. But it looked pretty expensive, I was tired of waiting on hold for Optus customer service, and they refused to waive the 24-month contract period even though I was switching from another plan and had been their customer for over 5 years. So I decided it was time to shop around.

After weeks of looking at advertisements, comparing prices, surfing the 'net for the best deal I could find, a friend recommended Exetel. … Continue reading…

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