Compare 500GB+ ADSL plans August 2019

If you're unsure how much data you need for broadband, 500GB is a good starting point for fuelling your Internet needs.

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iiNet Naked DSL Internet 500GB 1 Month



Min. Total Cost of $159.94

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  • Comparatively cheap
  • Uses ADSL technology that's likely already in place - no waiting for a connection


    • 500GB might not be enough data in today's modern, faster world
    • ADSL technology is slow, especially uploads, and can be unreliable
    • Excess usage fees or data shaping
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    Bigger might not be better in all facets of life, but it definitely holds true for Internet data caps. With so many shows to binge-watch on Netflix and so much music to stream through Spotify, ensuring you've got a sufficiently-large data cap to satisfy your online appetite is vital. While the obvious answer may be to splurge on an unlimited data plan, that's not your only option. For many, 500GB of monthly data might as well be unlimited – churning through it all would require you to stream Netflix in HD for eight hours straight each and every day. Larger households and heavier Internet users might require the freedom of unlimited data, but a lot of Aussies can manage just fine on 500GB a month.

    How can I compare 500GB ADSL plans?


    ADSL Internet speeds are dependent almost entirely on the distance between your house and your local telephone exchange, regardless of which plan or provider you go with. As such, all 500GB ADSL plans are bound by the same theoretical maximum download speed of 24Mbps, with your actual speeds determined by your address.


    The cost of ADSL has dropped dramatically over the last few years, thanks largely to the rollout of the NBN and the inevitable disconnection of the entire ADSL network. Nevertheless, this makes it a good time to be in the market for an ADSL plan, and you'll find plenty of providers competing for your dollar in our comparison tool at the top of this page.

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