Kogan moves into NBN

 

Entrepreneur Ruslan Kogan has just become Australia’s latest National Broadband Network (NBN) reseller.

This has seen online retailer Kogan.com adding the NBN to its list of services.

It follows the launch of the company’s Kogan Internet brand and it expands the company’s partnership with Vodafone.

It’s a plan that could see Kogan,com becoming one of the top telcos and ISPs in Australia.

Kogan.com is offering three NBN plan options: Bronze, Silver and Gold,

Each provides unlimited data, under a pay-as-you go access on a month-to-month basis.

The Bronze plan starts at $58.90 per month and includes an upfront modem cost of $69. The Silver plan comes in at $68.90 per month and Gold is $88.90 per month.

Kogan will provide the branding and marketing services for the competitively priced NBN plans while Vodafone will the network access and customer service support.

Kogan.com executive director, David Shafer, said the company plans to disrupt the home internet market.

“We are always working hard to make the most in-demand products and services more accessible and we expect that Kogan Internet’s NBN plans will shake up the market with their affordable, flexible and simple offerings,” Shafer said.

 



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