Compare Barefoot Telecom NBN plans

Nick Broughall 31 July 2017 NEWS

Barefoot Telecom promises no lock-in contracts and a 100% Australian support network. Compare its NBN plans today.


What you need to know about Barefoot Telecom NBN plans

Barefoot Telecom is an Australian broadband provider offering NBN plans, as well as connections to ADSL infrastructure. Barefoot is committed to Australian service, with a customer support network that's 100% based in Australia.

The provider has also committed to only offering month-to-month plans without any lock-in contracts, so if you are unhappy with the company's performance you can change providers to suit your needs.

For potential NBN customers, Barefoot Telecom provides connections over FTTP, FTTN and FTTB connection types, as well as HFC. Fixed wireless customers can also get a connection, although at this stage the provider's 100Mbps Ultra plan is unavailable on that technology.

To keep things simple, there are no activation or setup fees, and you can bring your own compatible modem. If you do need a new modem to connect to the NBN, Barefoot does sell an AC1600 modem router for $149 to its customers.

How much do Barefoot Telecom NBN plans cost?

Barefoot only offers plans with unlimited data included, so the only difference between the company's NBN plans is based on the different NBN speed tiers.

Pricing for the Lite plan, which offers a 12/1Mbps connection speed, starts at $59, while the 100Mbps Ultra plan scales up to $99 per month.

Barefoot also offers broadband and home phone bundles, which adds unlimited standard local, national and mobile calls for $9 per month.


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