Click Broadband NBN, ADSL and mobile broadband plans compared

With unlimited data and no-lock-in contracts, Click Broadband aims to provide a simple, no-fuss broadband service at competitive prices.

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Is Click Broadband right for me?

  • What does Click Broadband offer? Click Broadband offers no-lock-in NBN plans as well as fixed-term ADSL plans. It also has a range of mobile broadband plans powered by parts of the Telstra 3G and 4G networks.
  • Product highlights: No-lock-in contracts, no NBN set-up fees, competitive pricing.
  • Watch out for: If you're in the market for an ADSL connection, be aware that Click Broadband's cheapest plan doesn't include line rental. Unless you're already paying for a phone line with another telco, you'll need to pay more for Click Broadband's ADSL and phone line bundle or your ADSL connection won't work.

Click Broadband NBN plans

Click Broadband's NBN plans explained

Click Broadband's NBN plans are quite simple, with four options corresponding to the four main NBN speed tiers: Basic (nbn12), Standard (nbn25), Standard Plus (nbn50) and Premium (nbn100). All four plans are delivered on a month-to-month, no-contract basis and include unlimited data.

Click Broadband ADSL plans

Click Broadband's ADSL plans explained

For Aussies still waiting on the NBN or living outside the planned rollout of the fibre network, Click Broadband has two basic ADSL plans for getting you online. Both come with unlimited data and have a minimum contract duration of 18 months.

Click Broadband mobile broadband plans

Click Broadband's mobile broadband plans explained

If you're looking for an on-the-go broadband solution, Click Broadband has you sorted with its mobile broadband plans. Powered by parts of the Telstra 3G and 4G networks, these plans operate on no-lock-in, month-to-month contracts and require you to pay for each month in advance.

How does Click Broadband compare?

  • NBN plans are competitively priced
  • Mobile broadband plans benefit from Telstra's mobile network
  • No typical evening speeds means no guarantee of NBN performance

The simplicity of Click Broadband's plans makes them quite attractive for folks wanting a set-and-forget broadband solution. Unlimited data means no excess usage charges and the no-lock-in contract for its NBN plans gives you the freedom to cancel at any time without penalty.

Why should you consider Click Broadband?

Click Broadband's appeal lies in the simplicity of its NBN and ADSL plans. By including unlimited data with all its services, you never have to worry about managing your downloads or paying excess usage fees. The lack of set-up fees and the freedom of a no-lock-in contract on its NBN plans are also welcome features for Aussies wanting a no-fuss broadband service they don't need to commit a year or more of their lives to.

On top of their simplicity, Click Broadband's NBN plans are competitively priced, with its higher-speed plans stacking up respectably against the top contenders in the market.

How to contact Click Broadband

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Phone1300 254 255
Support hoursMon to Sun: 9am to 10pm

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