Internode broadband | ADSL, fibre and NBN plans compared

Watch TV shows and movies using a high-speed broadband connection and stream content to different devices with Internode broadband.

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Internode NBN Gold Unlimited 1 Month

$79.99

Monthly

Min. Total Cost of $178.99

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Unlimited

Data

44 Mbps

Typical peak evening speed

Is Internode right for me?

  • What does Internode offer? Internode provides fixed-line and fixed-wireless NBN services as well as ADSL services for those still waiting for the NBN. It also offers a range of mobile plans delivered over the Optus 4G network.
  • Product highlights: Internode provides support for fixed-line, fixed-wireless and ADSL connections as well as plenty of extras including Fetch TV bundles and VoIP phone services.
  • Watch out for: Internode's typical NBN evening speeds are notably slower than many of its competitors, making it more likely that you'll suffer speed issues between 7:00pm and 11:00pm.

Internode NBN plans

Internode's NBN plans explained

Internode services the majority of Australian broadband customers with its NBN plans, supporting all the core fixed-line access technologies as well as fixed-wireless connections. Its plans operate on a month-to-month basis, so you don't have to lock yourself in for the long term when signing up. Internode does charge a once-off set-up fee for these month-to-month plans, though this fee is waived if you choose instead to commit to a 24-month contract.

For both fixed-line and fixed-wireless connections, Internode offers three data caps: 100GB, 500GB and unlimited. Fixed-line pricing starts at $49.99 a month for a Basic (nbn12) connection with 100GB of data and tops out at $99.99 for a Premium (nbn100) connection with unlimited data. Fixed-wireless plans are limited to Basic and Standard (nbn25) speed tiers.

Internode NBN

Get the lowdown on Internode's NBN offerings in our comprehensive guide.

Internode ADSL plans

Internode's ADSL plans explained

Internode has a robust selection of ADSL plans for Aussies still stuck in NBN limbo. Along with its Easy Broadband plans that operate over Internode's own ADSL network rather than Telstra's, it offers naked ADSL services for folks who don't want to pay for line rental. Both are available with your choice of 500GB of monthly data or unlimited monthly data, and the Easy Broadband plans also include a pay-as-you-go phone service.

Like its NBN plans, Internode's ADSL plans are all available on no-lock-in, month-to-month contracts, but if you opt for a 24-month contract instead, you benefit from reduced set-up fees.

Internode ADSL

Our guide has everything you need to know about Internode's ADSL plans.

Internode extras

Internode offers plenty of extras on top of its NBN and ADSL broadband plans. On the entertainment front, lovers of pay TV can bundle in the streaming service Fetch with any of Internode's plans. For $5 extra a month, you'll get the basic Fetch service with a Fetch Mini set-top box and 30 pre-selected movies free every month but no premium channel packs. Step up to $10 extra a month and you'll get the base Fetch service plus your choice of either the Kids, Vibe, Knowledge or Variety premium channel packs.

How does Internode compare?

  • Support for a range of broadband technologies
  • Award-winning customer support
  • More expensive than a lot of competing telcos

Internode's extensive range of Internet services allows it to compete on multiple fronts of the broadband market, as you can see in the comparisons below. For simplicity, these comparisons are based on Internode's month-to-month plans that only differ from its 24-month plans in their set-up fees.

Why should you consider Internode?

Internode doesn't offer the cheapest broadband plans around, but it does provide plenty of choice. With support for fixed-line and fixed-wireless NBN plus ADSL plans on both its own and Telstra's networks, there's a good chance you'll find an Internode broadband service suitable for your needs.

Similarly, with extras like Fetch, a VoIP phone service and static IP addresses available, Internode's broadband plans can serve your entertainment and business needs as well as providing you with high-speed Internet access.

Customer satisfaction is also one of Internode's strengths. Research institute Roy Morgan has named Internode the Australian Internet Service Provider of the Year every year since the awards began bar one, and numerous other consumer advocate groups have recognised Internode with their own awards over the years. As track records go, Internode's is pretty impressive.

How to contact Internode

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