Flip NBN broadband plans

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


Flip began operating as an Internet TV streaming service back in 2015, offering live access to international TV channels from countries like Spain, Turkey and South America. In 2017, the company expanded its business by joining the growing list of NBN providers to supply Australians with high-speed broadband Internet.

All Flip's NBN plans come with unlimited data and are available on no-lock-in, month-to-month contracts as well as 12-month and 18-month contracts. A voice over IP (VoIP) phone service can be bundled with each plan, too, along with various call packs for additional value.

Flip NBN plans

    How does Flip compare?

    Flip's simple, no-frills NBN plans are among the cheapest in Australia. With unlimited data caps and the freedom of no-lock-in, month-to-month contracts, they offer plenty of value for those after a basic broadband service without a bevy of complicated options.




    Why should you consider Flip?

    If all you need is a basic broadband service where you don't have to worry about monthly data limits or long-term commitments, Flip is well worth considering. Along with some of the cheapest monthly rates currently available, Flip's NBN plans benefit from their support of multiple NBN speeds and access technologies, allowing you to pick the plan that best suits your online lifestyle.

    Though Flip's NBN plans don't include a phone service by default, adding a basic pay-as-you-go VoIP service only sets you back $2.95 extra a month. Even after factoring this in, Flip's NBN plans still maintain their price advantage over the vast majority of other plans out there, ensuring that you get a good deal whether you require a phone service or not.


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