amaysim NBN broadband plans available now

Angus Kidman 5 May 2017 NEWS


Unlimited plans with no contract start at $60 a month.

Some two months after prepaid mobile plan provider amaysim first outlined the intended pricing for its NBN home broadband offers, the plans have now officially gone on sale. All of the amaysim NBN plans offer unlimited data, and don't have a contract or a setup fee. The only variant is how much speed you want to pay for. A 12/1 plan costs $60 a month, 25/5 is $70 a month and 100/40 is $90 a month. (It's also possible for NBN providers to offer 50/10 plans, but amaysim hasn't included such a plan.) You can switch between speeds at any time without paying a change fee.

Name Speed Data Price
amaysim nbn 12 12/1Mbps Unlimited /month
amaysim nbn 25 25/5Mbps Unlimited /month
amaysim nbn 100 100/40Mbps Unlimited /month

You can bring your own modem to use the service, or purchase a Netcomm NF17ACV modem from amaysim for $140. Plans should be available anywhere that the NBN has been connected (with the exception of those using NBN's Sky Muster satellite service, which amaysim isn't currently offering). You can check whether the NBN is available at your address with our NBN tracker. Mobile service providers are increasingly diversifying into providing broadband. Vodafone has also announced plans to launch NBN services. While it hasn't yet unveiled prices, this week it started accepting registrations of interest from potential customers.

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