IPSTAR | Satellite and fixed wireless NBN broadband plans

IPSTAR Broadband offers a variety of services with a range of data limits, download speeds and voice line options.

What services does IPSTAR Broadband offer?

IPSTAR Broadband offers a range of NBN broadband services, including services for customers on fixed line, fixed wireless and satellite connections.

IPSTAR plans come with a wide range of download limits, depending on your needs. For customers on NBN Fixed Line and Fixed Wireless connections, plans start with 50GB per month and go up to 1000GB per month depending on plan cost. If you're in the NBN Satellite footprint, plans starts at 25GB and go up to 300GB per month.

For an additional cost, you can increase the download speeds of NBN plans. All IPSTAR Broadband plans are available on month-to-month, 12 month and 24 month contract terms.

What additional services are available?

IPSTAR offers a range of Satellite Service plans. Data limits range between 25GB up to 300GB.

The minimum contract length is one month with no lock-in contract, so you can change at any time with only that month's bill to pay. The cost of services ranges between $30.00 up to $160.00 per month, depending on your required speed and data limit. A wi-fi router can also be purchased from IPSTAR if required.

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