Bendigo Telco Broadband

Bendigo Telco NBN

Support local Bendigo business by purchasing your Internet from Bendigo Telco (formerly owned by Bendigo Bank).

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In 2000, Bendigo Telco began selling telecommunications services to the local Bendigo area. Now, most Australians can purchase NBN or mobile broadband plans from it to get hooked up to the Internet.

Top features:
  • Supports the local Bendigo community
  • Plans available as month-to-month or on a contract
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If you don't mind having limited data, you can get an NBN plan from Bendigo Telco either month to month or on a 24-month contract.

Bendigo Telco review: What we think

Here's what Bendigo Telco plans have to offer:

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$69 and up monthly

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Technology type

NBN, mobile broadband

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NBN speeds

Basic I, Standard

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Optional extras

Home phone

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Phone: 8:30am to 5:30pm AEST, Monday to Friday

Bendigo Telco started back in 2000, servicing local companies and residents of the Bendigo area. Now it extends far beyond that, selling NBN plans to wider Australia.

Bendigo's plans really don't provide a lot of value, considering that they don't even provide unlimited data. Typical evening speeds are below average for both its NBN50 plan (40.00Mbps vs. the ACCC averages of 42.6Mbps) and you'll get hit with a relatively hefty set-up fee for the modem if you don't sign onto a long contract.

That said, Bendigo Telco continues to support businesses in Bendigo, so if you like its local community support that might help sway you towards it.

Bendigo Telco extra features

  • Home phone.Add on a home phone line to your NBN plan for $10. Includes unlimited local, national and Australian mobile calls.

Should you go with Bendigo?


  • Community support. Bendigo Telco continues to support local businesses in the Bendigo area.


  • High prices. Bendigo's plans are fairly expensive across the board and don't provide great speeds.
  • Limited data. You can't get unlimited data plans from Bendigo, which could be a problem if you have multiple people in the household who love data.
  • Poor contract value. Bendigo Telco requires or encourages you to sign up to long-term contracts, but don't give you too much back for it.

Summary: Bendigo Telco still supports its local community but sells fairly expensive Internet plans.

Check out Bendigo Telco ADSL plans here

If you're still waiting on the NBN, you can pick up a limited data plan from Bendigo Telco on a 24-month contract.

Take a look at Bendigo Telco mobile broadband plans below

So long as you have a device to pop a SIM into, you can access mobile broadband up to 250GB per month from Bendigo Telco.

Bendigo Telco FAQs

Do I need a new modem to sign up to Bendigo Telco?

A new modem isn't optional with Bendigo Telco's NBN plans. You'll either have to pay $170 for one as part of the set-up fee or sign onto a 12-month contract to have it included.

Can I cancel my Bendigo Telco NBN plan?

So long as you aren't on a long-term contract, you can cancel your plan at any time without consequences. If you want to leave one of its contracts early, you'll have to pay a termination fee up to a maximum of $220 that depends on what contract you're on and how long is left until it expires.

Can I get calls with Bendigo Telco's Internet plans?

You can add on a home phone line with unlimited local, national and Australian mobile calls for an extra $10 per month on top of your plan fees.

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