Little detail of the new pricing is given in these articles, and the product details on Woosh's web site have not been updated to reflect the new pricing. What is known at this stage is that they will be offering their 200Mb broadband product at $24.95 (down from $29.95) and their telephone/3Gb broadband combination at $49.95 (down from $69.95). Personally, I'm on the 3Gb broadband plan but I'm not really interested in the telephone service, so I'm hoping to see a slight price drop on my current plan.
I wonder if Woosh has made this move because of good economic sense, or out of desperation to boost their stagnant customer base. Any thoughts?