Household full of gamers and Netflix bingers? Well Telstra's introduced two new broadband plans designed to sate the hardest of hardcore downloaders and streamers.
The new top of the pack is Telstra's XL bundle, which comes with 4TB of data for $140 per month. It also includes a Telstra TV, the basic Foxtel from Telstra package, and three free months of Foxtel Sports HD or Foxtel Drama and Movies. You'll also get national calls to fixed lines, calls to standard Australian mobiles, and unlimited international calls to home phones in 35 countries, and mobiles in 17 of these.
The smaller of the two is the Telstra L bundle, with a not-so-small 2TB of data for $120 of month. Other Inclusions are almost identical, but you don't get unlimited international calls.
The XL and L bundles can be delivered over ADSL, Cable, or NBN connection types. It is however worth noting that you'll need to drop a bit of extra dosh if you want a faster speed over NBN. By default, you'll get as much as 25Mbps down. An extra $20 per month will take you to 50Mbps down, or an extra $30 will get you 100Mbps down. As with all NBN connections, your speeds will vary depending on how you're connected to the National Broadband Network.
Unlike many of its competitors, Telstra doesn't have an unlimited internet plan, but to be honest, we're still trying to work out how we'd even get through 4TB in a single month.
Both bundles are only available on a 24-month contract.