Compare 10MATES NBN plans

Nick Broughall 14 February 2017 NEWS

10MATES offers high-speed broadband connections and low-cost PAYG NBN plans.

What you need to know about 10MATES NBN plans

10Mates_LogoWhether you're a power user looking for the fastest possible connection or just someone looking for a low-cost broadband connection for emergency situations, 10MATES has a range of NBN plans to suit every need.

10MATES offers a unique PAYG series of plans for users who want a broadband Internet connection but who don't really use it in day-to-day situations.

10MATES also offers a series of Performance plans in addition to its Standard plans, which come with a higher performance power, making them ideal for everyone from gamers to small businesses.

What are the different 10MATES NBN plans and bundles?

10MATES's NBN plans all include unlimited data and operate on a 12-month contract. All fixed-line NBN technology types are available, as well as fixed wireless. All four NBN speed tiers are also supported, from Basic (nbn12) up to Premium (nbn100).

You can bundle a pay-as-you-go VoIP phone service with any of 10MATES plans at no extra cost, or you can choose from a variety of phone packs for unlimited local, national and mobile calls. FTTP customers can also opt for a fibre phone service rather than a standard VoIP service.

How much do 10MATES NBN plans cost?

10MATES's NBN plans range from $80 a month for a Basic NBN connection up to $130 a month for a Premium NBN connection. All 10MATE's plans feature no set-up fees.

If you want to extend your phone service with 10MATES, $10 extra a month will get you unlimited local and national calls, while $20 extra a month will score you unlimited local, national and mobile calls.

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