engin Broadband | Plans and Pricing

One of Australia’s biggest providers of home phone and broadband offers fast Internet speeds at reasonable prices, plus your chance to get your hands on a free TV.

engin Broadband is Australia’s leading provider of broadband and phone lines. It’s been around since 2004, has a large base of users, good customer support and offers good products at good prices, including connection to the National Broadband Network (NBN) if that is available in your area.

What broadband plans and bundles does engin offer?

Here is a quick summary of the plans on offer from engin Broadband. They’re split into two categories: the ADSL2+ plans and the NBN plans. For the ADSL2+, it’s also possible to bundle this with a home phone, if that interests you more details are below:

ADSL2+ Only Plans

24 month plans

Lite 10GB - $30 per month
Ultra 50GB - $40 per month
Unlimited - $50 per month

Month-to-month plans

Lite 10GB - $35 per month
Ultra 50GB - $45 per month
Unlimited - $55 per month


ADSL2+ and home phone bundle plans

24 month plans
PlanMonthly CostBroadbandCalls
Super Bundle$74.9550GBLocal and national calls
Super Charged Bundle$94.95UnlimitedLocal, national and mobiles

Month-to-month plans
PlanMonthly CostBroadbandCalls
Super Bundle$79.9550GBLocal and national calls
Super Charged Bundle$99.95UnlimitedLocal, national and mobiles

NBN Plans
PlanMonthly CostSpeedContract
Lite 50GB$49.95 per monthUp to 12/1Mbps24 months
Standard 100GB$79.95 per monthUp to 50/20Mbps24 months
Ultra 400GB$99.95 per monthUp to 100/40Mbps24 months

Streaming with engin

If you’ve heard of Netflix, Stan, Quikflix or any other online TV provider, then you’ve heard of streaming. Streaming is basically downloading content and watching it at the same time. And if you want to stream, then you want fast Internet. engin doesn’t offer an Internet TV service, so if that was what you were after, you’re going to have to look elsewhere. What they DO provide is the sort of speeds required to get the most out of your streaming service.

Incidentally, if you’re looking for a streaming TV provider, but don’t know which one to pick, then why not have a look at our comprehensive guides to Netflix, Stan, Quikflix and more?

Compatible Devices with engin

engin Broadband is compatible with all Internet-ready devices, including most computers, tablets, smartphones and Smart TVs. The telco offers fast Internet and even connection to the National Broadband Network (NBN) - if that is available in your area.

Frequently asked questions

All you need for Netflix is an Internet provider, it doesn’t matter which one. If you like the look of engin and like what it offers, then sign up for it and for Netflix (and any other Internet-TV services that catch your eye) and your entertainment needs will all be sorted.

The National Broadband Network (NBN) is available in some areas but not in others. If you want to check your area, then enter your full address here and you’ll find out.

That’s up to you, really. A lot of people are finding that their mobile phones are good enough to take the place of landlines, while others still like the idea of having a home phone. Think about what you use your phone for, and if you’re likely to get enough out of it to justify the money spent.

engin has really great customer support, including the popular online live chat feature, so if there are any problems it should be easy to get some help from them.

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