just wondering why it does that since it is possible that a plan that includes a landline might actually be cheaper than a naked option at a certain level of data.
for example, I selected Auckland, very fast speed, don't need upload, >50GB cap, and want to be slowed down when I hit my cap.
It reccomended Compass zone naked for $115 as the cheapest options, yet I know that several plans from other providers are cheaper than that, give >50GB of data, and still include a landline, but because they include a landline they are excluded from these results even though they are cheaper. bizarre.
We did it so you could find naked broadband easier. We perhaps should make this clearer, that if you don't mind having a landline with your internet then try adding it for more plan results.