Monday, November 3, 2014
Snap increases data allowance
Great news for Computers in Homes families! Snap has increased the data allowance on all plans to
50gb a month, at no extra cost to our families.
Even more good news! Snap is offering UFB service wherever UFB is available! Here’s a snippet
from computersinhomes.org.nz news
SNAP will be offering a 30M download/10M upload naked UFB service for $60 per month
(incl GST) on the same terms as their current Naked DSL service for Computers in
Homes families. Families will have a data cap of 50GB/month and unlimited YouTube (an
increase over the existing 30GB/month data cap). As with existing Naked DSL services,
there will be no overuse charges – the connection speed will simply throttle back for the
remaining portion of the month. The Computers in Homes programme subsidises internet
costs during the first year; this means families can obtain access to this service for just $10
per week or $15 per week when the subsidy ends.
Read the article here