Compare Aussie Broadband ADSL plans
Connect to the Internet with an ADSL connection from Aussie Broadband while you wait for the NBN to arrive.
What you need to know about Aussie Broadband ADSL plans
Aussie Broadband offers both standard and naked ADSL connections to its customers, with plans offering a range of data inclusions to cater to a wide audience. Naked DSL connections aren't available at all locations, and home phone services aren't included automatically in the ADSL pricing. Aussie Broadband will bundle these on during the signup process.
All Aussie Broadband plans come with five email addresses, 20MB of web space, email virus and spam protection, and seven days a week support from Australian technicians. Aussie Broadband doesn't charge for excess data usage, but instead throttles speeds to 256kbps.
What are the different Aussie Broadband ADSL bundles?
Just like with the Aussie Broadband NBN offerings, plans are broken up with a varying degree of data allowance.
- Medium plans include 50GB of data to use every month.
- Everyday plans offer 100GB of monthly data.
- Family plans include 500GB of data every month.
- Power User is the top of the line for Aussie broadband customers and includes 1,000GB of data every month.
Both naked and standard ADSL and ADSL2+ plans offer the same amount of data for the same price, though naked connections aren't as available as traditional plans, so it's worth checking your address with Aussie Broadband before connecting to see what the best plan is for your needs.
How much do Aussie Broadband ADSL2 plans cost?
Available on either a month-to-month or 24-month contract, Aussie Broadband ADSL plans start at $45 for the medium plan and scale up to $85 for the Power User option.
There's a $110 setup fee for month-to-month contracts, while 24-month plans will have a $50 setup fee attached.
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