$85 offer on 24 month Unlimited Business Broadband Promotion Terms and Conditions

Last updated: 30 March 2020

$85 offer on 24 month Unlimited Business Broadband Promotion Terms and Conditions

  1. These terms and conditions apply in addition to our Business Broadband Terms and Conditions  and Business Broadband Plan Terms and Conditions , and any other specific terms and conditions applying to your Plan or Account with 2degrees.
  2. If you sign-up to a 2degrees Unlimited Business Broadband Plan on a 24 month term between 20 January 2020 and 30 April 2020 (Promotion Period), your monthly base Plan Charge will be $85 ex GST for the duration of the 24 month term (Offer).
  3. Promo Code 24MBUD must be entered during sign-up.
  4. The monthly base Plan Charge excludes any other charges, including add-ons, modem charges, calling plans or services.
  5. Usual monthly base Plan Charge will apply after 25 months.
  6. The following early termination charges may apply if you leave or move from the Unlimited Business Broadband Plan before the end of the 24 month term:

a. If you received a 2degrees modem at sign up:

                     i. $499 if you leave within the first 12 months; then

                     ii. $299 if you leave in the second 12 months; or

         b.If you choose the BYO modem option at sign-up:

                     i. $349 if you leave within the first 12 months; then

                   ii. $149 if you leave within the second 12 months.

7. The Offer discount cannot be redeemed for cash, hardware or any other benefit, applied to early termination charges or other charges, and cannot be transferred.

8. The Offer is not available in conjunction with any other offer, except if you add the $8.70 ex GST Business Bundle Discount if you are a Pay Monthly mobile customer at the time of sign-up.

9. We reserve the right to extend, change or terminate these terms and conditions and/or this Offer at any time without notice.

10. You are deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions when you take the steps set out in clause 2 above.