A Northland-based UFB provider has released pricing for its new fibre plans which it says are "unrivalled" anywhere else in the country.
UBER Group was named as one of Northpower Trust’s partner internet service providers for the UFB rollout in Northland this year.
Yesterday it announced two new plans for business and residential customers, one with a 150GB data cap for $99, and one with a 250GB data cap priced at $199. Both feature 50mbit download and upload speeds, a VoIP phone and free local calls.
Managing director Hayden Simon says the plans offer significant performance advantages at competitive prices.
“These plans are extremely attractive,” he says. “These unrivaled plans are not just a first for Northland; no other provider offers anything like this in New Zealand."
Uber Group, led by Simon, was established eight years ago, originally as Uber PC.
It is based in Whangarei, where it works with Northland homes and businesses from Mangawhai to Kaitaia.
“The timing has been right, the planning has been right, we have the right people in place and now we are seeing UFB in Northland out-perform the rest of the country. It’s very encouraging.”
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