Kogan Internet

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Kogan has been selling everything plus the kitchen sink for quite a while now, so it's not too surprising it has branched out into NBN services, too.

Highlights:

  • Simple plans with no complications
  • Earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points
  • 6-month discounts on plans

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Kogan NBN Gold Unlimited

If speed is what you need, Kogan's NBN Gold Unlimited plan is the cream of the crop this year. Bundling impressive peak evening speeds with a bargain price point, Kogan has been a strong competitor since it launched into the NBN market in 2018.

Compare Kogan Internet NBN plans

Kogan offers five unlimited data NBN plans, one for each speed tier except the slowest. All are available strictly as month-to-month plans, and you can buy a non-refundable modem for $69 to go with your plan of choice.

What are Kogan broadband plans like?

  • Bronze NBN25. Unlimited data for $63.90 per month ($57.90 for first 6 months). Typical evening speed of 25.00Mbps.
  • Silver NBN50. Unlimited data for $71.90 per month ($63.90 for first 6 months). Typical evening speed of 50.00Mbps.
  • Gold NBN100. Unlimited data for $88.90 per month ($78.90 for first 6 months). Typical evening speed of 90.00Mbps.
  • Platinum NBN250. Unlimited data for $128.90 per month ($94.90 for first 6 months). Typical evening speed of 200.00Mbps.
  • Diamond NBN1000. Unlimited data for $148.90 per month ($104.90 for first 6 months). Typical evening speed of 250.00Mbps.

You can either bring your own modem or purchase Kogan's recommended one for $69.

Kogan broadband review

Kogan has been rapidly expanding what it sells in recent years, from laptops to furniture to home insurance. Now, unsurprisingly, it has branched out to Internet plans. Its broadband offerings are uncomplicated, with few fancy extras.

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BYO modem options

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Qantas points

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Kogan Internet Price Pledge

Is Kogan any good? We ask our utilities expert and writer, Sam Baran

Photo of Sam BaranKogan provides decent speeds for average prices, but lacks much to differentiate it from the rest.

Kogan's Internet plans are perfectly decent value, although they may be more attractive if you're interested in earning Qantas Frequent Flyer points by paying your bill. The lack of online account management is a huge pain, since you'll have to ring the customer service line to check your account details.

Finally, the Kogan Internet Price Pledge sounds good on paper, but will net you a $10-$20 one-time Kogan.com gift voucher at best, if that.

How does Kogan compare?

Wondering how Kogan lines up against other providers? We've compared its NBN50 Silver plan to similar plans from TPG and Tangerine.

ProviderTypical evening speedPriceExtra features
Kogan50.00Mbps$71.90 per month ($63.90 for first 6 months + $69 modem (noQantas points
TPG50.00Mbps$69.99 per month + $99.95 setup feeNone
Tangerine42Mbps$69.90 per month ($54.90 for first 6 months) + $129.90 modem (without BYO)None

Once the first 6 months have passed, Kogan ends up a couple of dollars more expensive per month than its competitors. However, it has a significantly cheaper modem than either TPG or Tangerine, which is appealing if you don't bring your own.

When it comes to speed, Kogan and TPG are comparable, and it's more reliable than Tangerine. Kogan comes out as a perfectly good choice, especially if you're after a few extra Qantas Frequent Flyer points.

These are some of the pros and cons of signing up with Kogan:

Pros

  • Good average speeds on NBN25/NBN50
  • Long expiry mobile broadband plans with huge data allowances
  • BYO modem options

Cons

  • Slightly higher than average plan prices
  • No way to manage your own account

Compare Kogan mobile broadband plans

Kogan's mobile broadband plans can be purchased month to month or for a whole year. Bring your own device to use them.

Kogan mobile broadband plans explained

Kogan has two prepaid mobile broadband plans available, but you can purchase them with a 30-day expiry period or for a full year.

  • Data S 30 days. 8GB for $29.90. Expiry period of 30 days.
  • Data S 365 days. 98.3GB for $329.90. Expiry period of 365 days.
  • Data M 30 days. 30GB for $49.90. Expiry period of 30 days.
  • Data M 365 days. 368.6GB for $549.90. Expiry period of 365 days.

These plans come as a data SIM. You'll need to provide your own modem, tablet, mobile or laptop to use them.

Kogan customer service

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Account management

Kogan does not offer a way for you to manage your own account.

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Customer service

Kogan's customer support phone line is open 8am-8pm every day.

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Technical support

For technical assistance, either contact Kogan's customer service line or submit a request using the form on its website.

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