Whether you need a broadband connection for your home or mobile, Bendigo Bank Telco has you covered.
Bendigo Bank Telco is a Bendigo Bank initiative that that aims to partner with community-minded institutions that work to keep capital within the communities they serve. As a Bendigo Bank Telco customer, you know a portion of the profits go towards helping those in need and building stronger communities. Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s charitable arm, by the Community Enterprise Foundation, administers these funds
What broadband plans and bundles does Bendigo Bank Telco offer?
Bendigo Bank Telco provides many different options for broadband users, including handsets, plans and packages. Details of your options are as follows:.
Service availability of these connections is location dependent, and you can get a connection through a fibre optic cable or fixed wireless device. Plan options depend on the speed you choose.
Mobile broadband connections
These come in the form of 3G and 4G connections, and you can choose to use your own device or purchase one from Bendigo Bank Telco. The device currently on offer is the Huawei E3276. Plan costs depend on whether you bring your own device or purchase one from Bendigo Bank Telco, as you can see below
This broadband service provider also provides 3GF and 4G broadband connections for tablets, and while you can get a connection for an existing tablet, you can also choose to get a new one. Plan rates vary in accordance.
Streaming with Bendigo Bank Telco
Australia is home to different video streaming service providers, and you can sign up for these easily. Just how much you’ll end up paying will vary from one provider to the next. Features will also vary, as you can see below:
|Service provider||HD||Airplay ready||Chromecast ready||Cost per month|
|Netflix||HD and 4K||Yes||Yes||$8.99, $11.99, and $14.99|
Before hooking up with a video streaming service provider, take into account that device and platform compatibility play a crucial role. Quickflix rates well in this parameter and you can use it with different versions of Windows and iOS, as well as gaming consoles like Xbox 360 and PS4.
Compatible Devices with Bendigo Bank Telco
Device compatibility, as mentioned, plays an important role when it comes to streaming online content. Quickflix, for instance, offers native apps for Windows 8, iOS, and Android, with quality that ranges from SD to HD.
You can use Presto with Macs and PCs as well as with iPads and a number of Samsung tablets, but it only offers content in SD. Stan also boasts of a large list of compatible devices, including PCs, Macs, and devices that use Android 4.2 and above.
Stan offers HD content for shows where available.
Frequently asked questions
How is Bendigo Bank Telco different from other broadband service providers?
This organisation aims to provide competitive prices, and it returns a portion of profits to the communities it works in. The Community Enterprise Foundation, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s charitable arm, administers these funds.
Can I get a single bill?
Yes, Bendigo Bank Telco gives you the option to get a single bill for services ranging from landline phones, mobile phones, and broadband connections.
How can I make payments?
You can make payments through different mediums and your options include the following:
- Direct debit
- Online credit card payment
- Over the phone credit card payment
- Money order
- At any Bendigo Bank branch
What are the benefits of NBN?
NBN gives you access to high speed Internet. As a result, you can make lag-free video calls and download HD movies in minutes.
What are the maximum speeds I can get via an NBN connection?
Through fibre optic cables you can expect speeds of up to 100Mbps/40Mbps. With a wireless NBN device, maximum speeds can go up to 25Mbps/5Mbps.