Inspired Broadband offers affordable ADSL2+ and NBN bundles with unlimited data.
finder.com.au Inspired Broadband Unlimited 12 month plans
|Broadband plan||Technology/Speed||Monthly cost|
|Inspired Unlimited NBN||nbn50||$88.00|
|Inspired Unlimited NBN||nbn25||$68.00|
|Inspired Unlimited NBN||nbn12||$58.00|
|Inspired Unlimited ADSL2+ Metro||ADSL||$68.00|
What services does Inspired Broadband offer?
Inspired Broadband offers several NBN services and technology types, including Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) and Fibre to the Node (FTTN). Inspired Broadband also provides NBN and ADSL2+ bundles, Naked ADSL2+ and home line services. Both NBN and ADSL2+ plans offer an unlimited download limit. All of the services that Inspired Broadband provides are on either a month-to-month payment scheme or a 12-month contract.
How much does Inspired Broadband cost?
Depending on the speed you choose, NBN plans start at $58 per month and go up to $88 per month. The Naked ADSL2+ plan costs $38 per month, while the ADSL2+ bundle cost $68 per month. Depending on the length of your contract, the set-up costs will vary. Customers that sign up for a month-to-month payment scheme will need to pay a $99 connection fee, while customers that sign up for a 12-month contract will not be charged for the initial connection. Customers who already own a modem will be able to connect it when they sign up, while customers who do not own a modem will either have to purchase one at a retailer or pay $129 upfront for an Inspired Broadband modem. Inspired Broadband also offers home phone services. Adding a home phone to your internet services begins at an additional $10 per month and goes up to an additional $25 per month. Call allowances vary depending on the home phone plan you choose.
What voice options are provided?
Inspired Broadband offers two different home phone call packs. The home phone plans begin at an additional $10 per month for the Unlimited National Pack, or an additional $25 per month for the Unlimited National and Mobile Pack. Inspired Broadband charges $0 for customers who want to transfer their number from another provider. An additional $59 once-off line activation fee will be charged to new customers. Those who do not have a home phone line active at their premises will be charged an additional $299 for the new line activation.
Pros and cons
- Unlimited downloads. Whether its ADSL2+ or NBN, all of the plans available through Inspired Broadband provide customers with unlimited downloads.
- Month-to-month contracts. Providing no lock-in contracts takes away the stress associated with being locked into a long-term contract.
- Low cost. Each bundle on offer is at an extremely low price point.
- Modem cost. Providing a free modem option would have been a welcome addition to the set-up.
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