North Rock announces new pricing for internet
North Rock has lowered the pricing on its internet packages, resulting in cost savings for customers this month.
This comes on the heels of TBi’s launch of residential internet starting at 4MB for $49.95 to 10MB plans for $79.95 a month with no contract required and including TBi Wifi Zone.
TBi rolled out the new offering last week after being granted its long-awaited Integrated Communications Operating License, or ICOL, as part of an overhaul of the telecoms sector.
Yesterday North Rock advised customers: “We are pleased to announce a change to our pricing structure for our North Rock internet Service. The following changes have been made to your next billing statement: 2.5MB$49.95, 4MB$69.95, 6MB$79.95, 8MB$99.95, 10MB$105.95, 15MB$114.95, 25MB$179.95.”
The 2.5MB plan did cost $69.95, so that’s a savings of $20 under the new pricing.
But TBi’s pricing is still lower in some plans, for example, $49.95 for 4MB compared to North Rock’s $69.95.
At the end of last month, ISPs North Rock and Logic agreed to merge and the new entity will be a wholly owned subsidiary of KeyTech.
Although both firms will retail their individual brands for the short-term, they will eventually trade under the Logic name.