Barefoot Telecom: NBN and ADSL broadband plans compared

Barefoot Telecom offers NBN and ADSL plans with unlimited monthly data limits and no-lock-in contracts.

Barefoot

Is Barefoot right for me?

  • What does Barefoot offer? Barefoot provides Aussies around the country with NBN and ADSL broadband plans. Its NBN plans operate on both fixed-line and fixed wireless connections, while its ADSL plans use the remaining parts of Telstra's copper network.
  • Product highlights: Straightforward broadband plans, competitive pricing, regular promotions.
  • Watch out for: Barefoot's standard ADSL plans do not include home phone line rental, so they're only a viable choice if you're already paying for a phone line with another provider. Otherwise, you'll need to purchase one of Barefoot's ADSL and home phone bundles.

Barefoot NBN plans

Barefoot's NBN plans explained

Barefoot's NBN plans are relatively simple, supporting all the core NBN fixed-line technologies as well as fixed wireless connections. They all operate on no-lock-in, month-to-month contracts and come with unlimited monthly data. You can choose from any of the four NBN speed tiers (provided the NBN infrastructure at your premises supports it), plus you can bundle in a Voice over IP (VoIP) phone service if you're after the full telecommunications package.

Barefoot NBN

See whether Barefoot's NBN plans are right for you in our guide.

Barefoot ADSL plans

Barefoot's ADSL plans explained

Barefoot's ADSL plans are split into two categories: standalone ADSL and ADSL bundles. Its standalone ADSL plans don't include a phone service or home phone line rental, which means they require you to have an existing phone service with a different provider in order to function. If you don't, you'll need to go with one of Barefoot's ADSL bundles, which come with home phone line rental plus unlimited local and national calls.

All Barefoot's ADSL plans come with unlimited monthly data and are priced according to where in the country you live. Regional Aussies are stuck paying more than those living in the city centres.

Barefoot ADSL

Get the lowdown on Barefoot's ADSL plans in our guide.

How does Barefoot compare?

  • Simple, uncomplicated plans
  • No set-up fees and no-lock-in contracts means minimal risk

Why should you consider Barefoot Telecom?

Barefoot calls itself the "NBN specialists" and while that might be quite a lofty claim, its NBN plans are certainly some of the most competitive currently on the market.

Along with aggressively priced monthly rates, Barefoot's no-lock-in month-to-month contracts and lack of set-up fees mean you can sign up with no commitments and very little money down, and if the service doesn't meet your needs you won't have wasted a small fortune finding that out.

You've got plenty of options for getting online with Barefoot, too. Along with supporting standard fixed-line NBN technologies like FTTN, FTTP, FTTB and HFC, Barefoot offers plans over fixed wireless for those in regional Australia as well as ADSL connections for those stuck waiting for the NBN to roll out in their area.

How to contact Barefoot

Support platform
Phone1300 017 622
Support hoursMonday to Saturday: 8:30am to 7pm
Emailsupport@barefoottelecom.com.au

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