I have some questions regarding the difference between the 5G internet everyday and 5G internet entertainer.
1. theoretically, if both plans were running side by side, both will get the same speed, but the Everday will have a speed cap of 80ish MB.
2. is the Everyday specifically speed throttled JUST because it's the cheaper plan? or the higher price just gives an unlimited download speed, NOT a faster speed as well compared to the Everyday
hope its understandable, thank you.
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Hi @Junius, thanks for getting in touch with us and bringing this to our attention.
From what I have gathered, On the $90 5G Internet Entertainer plan, customers are provided with access to uncapped speeds on Optus’ 5G network that currently delivers an average download speed of 239Mbps between 7pm-11pm*. Therefore, it's a higher price as it provides faster download speeds.
I hope this clears up any misunderstandings. Tina.
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The limited/cheaper plan is not capped at 80Mbps.
These are my results at 5:20pm, streaming Channel 10 and some other background apps that use the Internet constantly uploading ADSB data or refreshing web pages.