Student internet data download charges on campus are getting cheaper for 2016.
The cost of data has dropped to 88 cents for each gigabyte (GB) downloaded during the peak period of 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
On top of that saving, there will also be an extra 10GB per month allocated to students living on campus.
What does this mean?
If you like to use internet downloads in the peak period, you stand to save some money. Even better, the reduction is already in place now!
How does it work?
The process will remain the same as previous years. You’ll be allocated a quota, and you’ll be able to purchase extra quota when you’ve use it all up.
- For all students: you’ll receive a yearly, one-off, non-refundable allocation of 1GB of data
- Residential students: you’ll receive a 20GB allocation free each calendar month (non-cumulative)
This means your allocated and extra quota will go a lot further, and free up some of your hard-earned cash to spend on other important things.
Additionally, off-peak internet data downloads (from 5pm to 8am) and data downloads within the CSU network will remain free.
Where do I go for more information?