Compare Barefoot Telecom ADSL2+ Plans

Nick Broughall 2 August 2017 NEWS

Barefoot Telecom has brought its simple to understand plans to ADSL connections.

What you need to know about Barefoot Telecom ADSL plans

Barefoot Telecom is a broadband provider committed to delivering simple, affordable broadband to Australians. The company offers a range of ADSL2+ plans and bundles with a home phone line included as well as simple NBN broadband plans.

All Barefoot Telecom ADSL2+ plans include unlimited data, no lock-in contracts and no upfront fees. Barefoot is also committed to delivering 100% local, Australian service to its customers, with multiple channels for its customers to reach its customer support staff.

What are the different Barefoot Telecom ADSL bundles?

Barefoot offers standalone ADSL broadband plans to customers with an active phone line from another provider using Telstra's copper cables. These plans have no set-up fee, no lock-in contract and the ability to bring your own modem, though pricing differs depending on whether you are a metro or regional customer.

If having your phone and Internet bills come from two different companies sounds like too much of a hassle, Barefoot also offers ADSL bundles. These bundles include the line rental fee, unlimited data and Barefoot's commitment to no lock-in contracts or set-up fees.

The ADSL Bundles also include unlimited standard local and national landline calls, though calls to mobiles and 13 numbers are charged separately.

How much do Barefoot Telecom ADSL2+ plans cost?

Pricing for Barefoot's ADSL standalone plans is $49 per month, with an additional $10 per month if you happen to be living in a regional area.

Top plans, which bundle in your home phone line and calls, start at $69 per month for metro customers, with regional customers having to spend $99 per month for the same plan.

It's worth noting that none of these plans come with a modem as standard, but Barefoot will sell a Netcomm AC1600 modem router to customers for a one-off fee of $149.

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