Vodafone have just announced some new “Naked” broadband plans: ADSL without a phone number. Prices are cheaper in their unbundled “Red Zone”, and cheaper still if you have an on-account Vodafone plan.
Downside is Vodafone’s rather silly data usage scenarios. If you use more than your limit, you can “double your data”, or be throttled to 64kbps. You can only double your data once a month. So if you’re like me and use a little bit more than 60GB per month, then you’ll always be throttled for some of the month. This makes it a complete fail for me at the moment, but you might have more luck.
Here’s the guts (in a horrible screen-cap of a horrible MS Word formatted email table):
[quote]* Vodafone’s discounted naked broadband pricing is available when naked broadband is linked to a Vodafone on account mobile calling or Home Phone Wireless plan, which you pay for or an employer pays for. Prepay, mobile broadband, data, TXT only and Free2Call plans are not eligible for the discounted naked broadband price.
 Vodafone’s naked broadband plans are not available at rural telephone exchange areas. Check your address at vodafone.co.nz to see if you are eligible.
 To access SKY High Definition content you will need a High Definition capable TV, a High Definition access ticket for a cost of $10 per month, and subscribe to SKY Basic, SKY Sport and/or SKY Movies. Offer applies to each eligible Vodafone fixed line account, not per SKY box.[/quote]