Compare Flip TV NBN plans for October 2017

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

What you need to know about Flip TV's NBN plans

Flip TV offers basic NBN plans on both no-lock-in, month-to-month contracts and 18-month contracts to all NBN-ready addresses within Australia. All plans come with unlimited monthly data and a pay-as-you-go home phone service delivered using voice-over-IP (VoIP) technology, with optional call packs available.

Alongside its NBN plans, Flip TV also provides a streaming TV service with international channel packages, much like Fetch TV and Foxtel Now.

What are the different Flip TV NBN plans?

There are three tiers of NBN offered by Flip TV: Value, Boost and Fast. Each comes with unlimited monthly data and differs only in download speed. Value clocks in at 12Mbps, Boost sits at 25Mbps and Fast hits a maximum of 50Mbps.

If you're looking for more than pay-as-you-go calls with Flip TV's NBN plans, you have the option of adding the Standard package with unlimited local and national calls, or the Bonus package with unlimited local, national and mobile calls. Both packages come with Caller ID, call forwarding and voicemail.

How much do Flip TV's NBN plans cost?

Flip TV's NBN plans weigh in at $49 a month for the 12Mbps Value plan, $59 a month for the 25Mbps Boost plan and $79 a month for the 50Mbps Fast plan. On a month-to-month contract, each plan also comes with a one-off $59 setup fee. This fee is waived if you sign up for an 18-month contract instead.

No modem is bundled in with Flip TV's NBN plans, so you'll need to provide your own or purchase one from Flip TV for an additional $99.

For Flip TV's phone packages, you'll be looking at an extra $9.95 a month for the Standard pack with unlimited local and national calls, and an extra $19.95 a month for the Bonus pack with unlimited local, national and mobile calls.

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