Buzz Telco Broadband | NBN and ADSL Plans

Information verified correct on October 27th, 2016

buzz-logoBuzz Telco offers a variety of internet, home phone, mobile and mobile broadband services that will cater to any customer’s needs.

What services does Buzz Telco offer?

Buzz Telco offers several NBN services and technology types, including fibre to the premises (FTTP), fibre to the node (FTTN), fibre to the business (FTTB) and fixed wireless. Buzz Telco also provides ADSL 2+, home line, mobile and mobile broadband services. Both NBN and ADSL 2+ plans offer an unlimited download limit, but ADSL 2+ plans differ depending on the zone that you live in. For customer queries and concerns, Buzz Telco has an Australian-based call centre in place as well as a LiveChat function on their website.

How much does Buzz Telco cost?

All services provided by Buzz Telco are on either a month-to-month payment scheme, or a 24-month contract. Setup costs vary depending on the length of your contract and modem costs, whether ADSL 2+ or NBN, depend on the contract you choose. A TP-Link N600 Dual Band Gigabit ADSL 2+ Modem Router costs $99 for those on a month-to-month contract, or $0 for those who choose a 24-month contract. Buzz Telco also offers home phone services. Adding a home phone to your internet can cost an additional $30 to $80 per month, but you will automatically receive a discount on your home phone service if you currently use a Buzz Telco broadband service. Call allowance varies depending on the home phone plan that you choose.

What additional services are included?

Buzz Telco offers Sim Only Mobile plans provided through the Telstra 3G and 4G mobile network. The cost of a mobile plan can be anywhere between $20 and $65 a month, and, depending on the plan you choose, the call allowance and data limit will vary. Call allowances for mobile plans can range between $200 worth of calls and unlimited calls per month, while data limits fall between 200MB and 9GB a month. There is an additional $10 set-up cost for those who choose an extra small or a small plan.

For those who need a little bit of extra data, Buzz Telco also provides Mobile Broadband, which is provided through the Optus 4G mobile network. Plans cost between $19 and $79 per month, and the data available depends on the plan you sign up to. Data limits fall between 1GB and 9GB per month.

What voice options are provided?

Buzz Telco offers a basic home phone plan, which will cost $30 per month for the Essential Home plan, $40 for the Local Home plan, $50 for the Heavy Home plan and $80 for the Ultimate Home plan. The cost of calls to local, national and mobile phones differs depending on the plan you choose.

Bonus offers available

Buzz Telco is currently offering customers one month of free mobile access with any of their ADSL or NBN plans. This provides customers with the ability to try out the mobile services that Buzz Telco has on offer.

Pros and cons of Buzz Telco


  • Unlimited downloads. Whether you use ADSL 2+ or NBN, all plans available through Buzz Telco provide customers with unlimited downloads.
  • Month-to-month contracts. The option of month-to-month plans takes away the stress of being locked into a long-term contract.


  • Home phone price point. Overall, Buzz Telco’s home phone plans are comparatively expensive. Competitors, such as Optus, offer similar plans at a cheaper price point.

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