Get reliable and high speed Internet connectivity through a Harbour ISP NBN Fibre or Fixed Wireless connection.
finder.com.au Harbour ISP high capacity fibre NBN broadband plans
|Broadband plan||NBN speed tier||Monthly cost|
|Harbour ISP Unlimited NBN fibre||nbn12||$59.00|
|Harbour ISP Unlimited NBN fibre||nbn25||$69.00|
|Harbour ISP 1000GB NBN fibre||nbn50||$89.00|
|Harbour ISP 1000GB NBN fibre||nbn100||$99.00|
What broadband plans and bundles does Harbour ISP offer?
Regionally based in Mudgee, NSW, Harbour ISP offers broadband connections in major cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, as well as regional towns. This company aims to offer competitive pricing along with high levels of customer service and technical expertise, and you can connect with a Harbour ISP representative for a new connection over the phone or online.
This business, apart from offering NBN Fibre and NBN Fixed Wireless services, also provides Sky Muster satellite services, and customers can choose to bundle their NBN Fibre connections with Harbour ISP phone plans.
Harbour ISP provides broadband connections through the NBN network, and offers both fibre and fixed wireless solutions. In both scenarios, you can choose from an array of plans, depending on your usage needs.
Harbour ISP provides NBN Fibre and Fixed Wireless services, landline and VoIP phone services and Hosted PBX services for businesses. If you have an existing NBN compatible router, you can use the same or you can purchase one through Harbour ISP. Some of the routers currently on offer include Netgear WNR2020, Netgear WNDR3700 and Netgear WNDR4300.
When signing up, you’ll be given the option of bundling your NBN Fibre connection with a Harbour ISP VoIP phone plan. You’ll also receive various other plan alternatives to suit. When you choose to bundle, you won’t have to pay any line rental.
How much does Harbour ISP cost
Depending on the NBN technology you'll use to connect to the internet, Harbour ISP's broadband plans start from as little as $35 per month. For NBN fibre and NBN Fixed Wireless connections, the minimum monthly cost is $49 per month, though Sky Muster Satellite customers can get connected from $35 per month.
As with all NBN plans, there are premiums charged for accessing faster speed tiers. For fibre connections, there's a $10 premium for 25Mbps, a $30 premium for 5-Mbps and an extra $40 fee for 100Mbps. Fixed Wireless customers will pay an additional $10 per month to jump from 12Mbps speeds to 25Mbps speeds, while Sky Muster satellite customers are asked to pay an extra $5 each month to get the same speed premium.
There is also a $10 monthly fee for fibre and fixed wireless customers to boost the included data from 250GB to unlimited for the lower two speed tiers, or 1000GB for 50Mbps speeds and above. Because Satellite had a severely limited bandwidth, there are no unlimited plans on offer for Sky Muster customers. Instead, Harbour ISP offers a range of peak and off peak plans of varying data allowances to cater to a wide range of customers.
What voice options are provided?
Harbour ISP offers two tiers of home phone line call inclusions to accompany their broadband plans. For a $10/month free, customers get free line rental and unlimited calls to local and national Australian numbers. It also includes 1000 minutes of free calls to 12 different international countries.
For an additional $20 per month on top of the broadband plan, that expands to include Australian mobile numbers as well.
- Unlimited Downloads. NBN Fibre and Fixed Wireless customers can get unlimited data for just $10 per month extra.
- Month to month plans. If you don't want to lock in to a 12 or 24 month contract, there are billed monthly options available.
- Only NBN connections. If you don't live in the NBN's current rollout area, there are no options for you.
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