No lock in contracts, clear pricing and no strings attached. See why Internet On is happy to bank on you being satisfied.
What services does Internet On offer?
Internet On offers both NBN and ADSL plans, as well as phone bundles with its ADSL plans. With all plans you’ll get unlimited data, no lock-in contracts and free set up.
If you want home phone with ADSL, then Internet On gives you the flexibility of switching your phone service to it, or getting only broadband while sticking with your current phone provider.
How much does Internet On broadband cost?
There are only four different plans of each type, NBN and ADSL, no setup fees and no lock-in plans. This makes it easy to see exactly how much you’ll be paying. With all plans you have:
- $0 setup fee
- $0 early termination fee
All NBN plans include a $64.90 modem cost and $15.000 modem delivery fee.
|12 Mbps||$69.90 per month|
|25 Mbps||$79.90 per month|
|50 Mbps||$89.90 per month|
|100 Mbps||$99.90 per month|
If you opt to get a modem with your ADSL broadband, a $64.90 modem delivery fee and $15.00 modem delivery fee applies.
|Type of ADSL plan||Description||Price per month|
|Bundle||ADSL broadband and home phone line rental||$74.90|
|Naked ADSL||Standalone DSL||$64.90|
|Standard||Unlimited broadband to be used with your current home phone provider||$59|
What additional services are included?
Other than the option of getting phone with ADSL, Internet On doesn’t offer a lot of additional services. Instead, it’s all about removing the bad options to make sure all the plans are outstanding.
If you need internet, but the NBN isn’t in your area yet, then Internet On might be an exceptional choice. When you sign up for an ADSL plan you can also get an NBN compatible modem so you can efficiently and cheaply make the switch later. If that NBN plan then turns out not to be right for you, you can cancel at no cost.
There are no ongoing contract plans available at all, so if you’re dissatisfied with Internet On then you can simply leave at any time without paying any cancellation fees. Because there are no set up fees, you don’t even need to worry about losing that.
With its NBN plans in particular, Internet On is ready to bank on your satisfaction with a 14 day money-back guarantee. If your plan can’t deliver the expected speed range, and no acceptable solution can be reached, you’re free to take your business elsewhere and get all your money back.
All plans, whether ADSL or NBN, also offer unlimited data so there’s no shaping or excess usage fee to worry about.
Pros and cons
- No lock in contracts or early termination charges at all
- All unlimited plans
- No setup fees at all
- The full range of essential ADSL options, including using Internet On for your phone service, naked ADSL with no phone, or sticking with your current phone provider and then getting Internet On broadband on top
- 14 day money back guarantee if your NBN plan doesn't meet expectations
- A modem purchase and delivery fee applies for NBN plans and may apply for ADSL plans
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