iiNet Broadband: NBN and ADSL plans compared

iiNet is one of Australia's leading NBN broadband providers. Here's everything you need to know about iiNet's plans, pricing and inclusions.

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iiNet NBN12 Liimitless 24 Month



Min. Total Cost of $1679.76

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10 Mbps

Typical peak evening speed

Is iiNet right for me?

  • What does iiNet offer? iiNet's broadband offering is vast, covering all NBN access technologies along with standard ADSL and naked DSL. It also has a range of mobile plans for those looking to house all their communication needs under a single company.
  • Product highlights: In addition to traditional Internet services, iiNet caters to entertainment buffs with its Fetch pay TV bundles. iiNet is also one of Australia's most acclaimed Internet providers, having received multiple awards for its customer service.
  • Watch out for: iiNet charges a premium for ADSL customers living outside the range of its own DSL network, diminishing the appeal of its competitive pricing.

iiNet NBN plans

iiNet's NBN plans explained

iiNet's NBN offering is comprehensive, spanning the full breadth of fixed-line access technologies as well as fixed wireless and satellite NBN services. Depending on the service you're interested in, iiNet supports up to three of the four NBN speed tiers: Basic (nbn12), Standard Plus (nbn50) and Premium (nbn100). Both capped and uncapped plans are available, along with a variety of phone and entertainment bundles featuring the pay TV service Fetch.

iiNet NBN

Learn everything you need to know about iiNet's NBN plans in our comprehensive guide.

iiNet ADSL plans

iiNet's ADSL plans explained

For folks still waiting on the NBN to reach their area, iiNet provides both standard ADSL and home phone bundles as well as naked DSL solutions. Unlike most telcos, iiNet operates its own DSL network separate to Telstra's. This allows it to price its ADSL plans quite competitively, though you'll have to pay extra if you live outside iiNet's DSL network since your service will be routed through Telstra.

iiNet ADSL

See what iiNet has to offer in the ADSL space by checking out our ADSL plan comparison page.

iiNet extras

Beyond its base plans, iiNet offers plenty of extras to choose from. If you make a lot of calls to friends and family overseas for instance, an extra $10 a month will get you the International Call Pack with unlimited calls to the following 20 countries: Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, the UK and the USA.

How does iiNet compare?

  • Large range of options covering all NBN access technologies.
  • Plenty of extras like Fetch pay TV bundles and international call packs.
  • Slightly more expensive on average than many competitors.

With so many plans on offer, it can be difficult to weigh up how well iiNet compares with other Australian Internet providers. To make things a little simpler, we've split the plans into categories and pitted them against the best contenders in each market.

It's also worth noting that we've used iiNet's month-to-month plans as the point of comparison, since its 24-month plans only differ in their set-up fees and the inclusion of a bare-bones Fetch service.

Why should you consider iiNet?

iiNet's greatest strength lies in the wealth of different options it offers. From fixed-line ADSL and NBN connections to satellite and fixed wireless plans, iiNet covers the full spectrum of Internet technologies currently available. Whatever your needs or preferences, the odds are that iiNet has a broadband plan for you.

Beyond its Internet services, iiNet also offers plenty in the way of extras. Optional call packs allow those fond of a good chinwag to chat it up as much as they want, whether it be with friends and family here in Australia or overseas. TV and movie buffs can also get their fill of entertainment with iiNet's Fetch add-on packs, streamlining both broadband and pay TV onto a single bill.

iiNet also offers 24/7 customer support and has earned multiple accolades for its quality of service in nationwide surveys of NBN providers.

How to contact iiNet

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    VickiJanuary 19, 2018

    Hi can I go straight to nbn with taking my phone landline or do they go hand in hand
    Also does adsl get connected beforehand

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      ArnoldJanuary 20, 2018

      Hi Vicki,

      Thanks for your inquiry

      When switching to NBN, your existing landline phone can be ported over to the new network. As the installation procedure may vary between providers and may depend on the present connection you have, it would be best to confirm directly from the installer. You may also want to check our How to Switch to NBN? page for additional information.

      Hope this information helps


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    RodneySeptember 28, 2017

    I have 2 landlines at home and 1 dial up internet connection (iinet). My phone service is with a different company to my internet. I have been advised if I go with my phone carrier I will lose my current e-mail address. Is this correct ?

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      JoanneSeptember 28, 2017Staff

      Hi Rod,

      Thanks for reaching out.
      If you’ve been with your ISP for a long time, you might have an email service tied to your provider. If you do, you should transfer your current emails and contacts to a third-party email service such as Gmail or Outlook before you switch so you do not lose your emails and contact information. The guide when switching providers is discussed further right here.


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