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TelstraClear doubles broadband speeds for free

MEDIA RELEASE
25 July 2006

TelstraClear’s doubling broadband speeds for free

TelstraClear is doubling the downstream speed of its InHome HighSpeed 10G and 20G plans, however prices will stay the same.

TelstraClear Internet Product Manager Murray Judd said the download speed for customers on these plans is being changed from 2 Mb/s to 4 Mb/s.

“TelstraClear HighSpeed customers don’t have to do anything to go faster. Just revel in the joy of an even better broadband experience with TelstraClear.”

TelstraClear InHome services go fast in both directions - all InHome broadband packages offer 2Mb/s upstream speeds, the fastest on the market. That proves extremely useful when sending photos and e-mails with attachments.

TelstraClear’s HighSpeed plans range in size from 1G, 5G, 10G and 20G, with LightSpeed 40G and 80G plans.

An email is being sent to all HighSpeed 10G and 20G customers today to advise them of the free upgrade.

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