Compare Aussie Broadband NBN plans
Created to help solve Internet black spot issues, Aussie Broadband offers a range of simple NBN plans for Australians.
What you need to know about Aussie Broadband NBN plans
With a focus on simple plans and local support, Aussie Broadband has a range of plans to suit Australian households. When it comes to NBN plans, Aussie has plans available across all the available speed tiers, with data allowances ranging from 50GB to 1,000GB per month.
Aussie's plans all come with five email addresses and 20MB of web space, as well as seven days a week support from local service technicians. Instead of charging for excess data usage, Aussie Broadband will throttle your speed to 256Kbps.
What are the different Aussie Broadband NBN bundles?
Aussie Broadband NBN connections can be broken down into four different classes, each based on the allotted data inclusions. There are different bundles available depending on the speed tier chosen:
- Medium plans include 50GB of data to use every month. These plans are only available on speed tiers of 25Mbps and above.
- Everyday plans offer 100GB of monthly data and are available on all four speed tiers.
- Family plans include 500GB of data every month and are available on the nbn25, nbn50 and nbn100 speed tiers.
- Power User is the top of the line for Aussie Broadband customers and includes 1,000GB of data every month on the three fastest speed tiers.
All plans are available on a month-to-month basis with no lock-in contracts, no connection fee if you supply your own modem/router and no cancellation fee.
How much do Aussie Broadband's NBN plans cost?
NBN pricing is largely dependent on both data allowance and selected speed tier, and Aussie Broadband's plans are no different. Pricing starts at $45 a month for the Medium plan on a 25Mbps speed and ranges up to $100 a month for 100Mbps and 1,000GB of data.
Aussie Broadband customers also have the option of adding a VoIP phone line to their NBN connection for an additional $10 per month, which includes all standard local and national landline calls. Calls to Australian mobiles are charged at 22c per minute with a flag-fall.
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