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Flip NBN review and plans

The streaming TV provider has entered the Internet business with a great range of NBN plans.

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Flip has an NBN plan for every step of the speed tier and some of the lowest prices you can find. If you don't have a modem, you'll have to pay $149 for Flip's.

Key features

Price: $49.90 monthly and up.
Technology type: NBN.
NBN speeds: NBN12, NBN25, NBN50, NBN100.
Optional extras: Flip TV, national and international call packs.
Support: Phone until 7pm weekdays, 4pm weekends (closed Sunday) and online chat.

Flip's benefits and extras

  • Pay in advance. You can save $5 a month off of Flip's NBN12, 25 and 50 plans by paying for the first two months on your first bill and then continuing to pay your bill a month in advance.
  • Flip connect app/Flip TV. You get access to Flip TV for free and can purchase any of 11 country or region-specific channel packs from $13 a month. These channel packs let you view local television channels from the selected region as well as local radio.
  • Call packs. For $3 per month, you get access to pay-as-you-go calls and a home phone. For $10 per month, you get unlimited local and national landline calls, and for $20 per month, you get unlimited landline and mobile calls in Australia.

Flip review: What we think

For a former television-only provider, Flip has burst into the Internet market with a passion, providing some great value NBN packages. You can choose from any speed tier on the NBN from only $50 a month, one of the cheapest prices you'll find anywhere on the market.

On top of this, Flip's "pay in advance" feature lets you save an extra $5 monthly on all but its top offering in exchange for keeping a month ahead of your bills. Combined with its nice average connection speeds, it's hard to deny the value of Flip's cheaper offerings.

The only plan that doesn't stack up too well is its NBN100, which ends up more expensive than many others of its type. Finally, if you're into European or South American local television channels, Flip TV is one of a kind in letting you view local stations.

Is Flip NBN right for you?

The good stuff

  • One of the cheapest unlimited basic plans on the market.
  • Cheap plans with good typical evening speeds.
  • Flip TV offers in-depth foreign television content.

The not-so-good stuff

  • Expensive modem if you don't bring your own.
  • Limited customer service hours.
  • Pricey call packs and no international calls available.

The bottom line: Flip has broken into the broadband business with a fantastically cheap suite of NBN plans from just $50 a month.

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