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 NBN & ADSL plans

How do Barefoot's NBN plans compare?

Barefoot holds its own against the top providers in the NBN space. Thanks to its competitive pricing and the freedom of its no-lock-in contracts, the small telco fares well against other low-cost providers like Exetel, Infinity and even TPG.

While many of its competitors above include a pay-as-you-go phone service by default, Barefoot does not. Instead, the telco offers bundle plans for an extra $9 a month that include unlimited local, national and mobile calls. For an idea of how this compares with the unlimited call packs offered by other leading providers, take a look at the table below:

Barefoot TelecomInfinityTPGMyRepublicSpintelHello BroadbandFlip TV
Unlimited local and national callsN/A$10 extraN/A$0N/A$5 extra$10 extra
Unlimited local, national and mobile calls$9 extra$20 extra$10 extra$10 extra$10 extra$10 extra$20 extra

How do Barefoot's ADSL plans compare?

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.

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