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Kogan Internet review: NBN & mobile broadband plans and more

Kogan's Internet plans may be limited in number, but they provide great value for price.

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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.

Start comparing NBN plans from Kogan Internet below

Kogan offers three unlimited data NBN plans, one for each speed tier except the slowest. All three 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.

Kogan Internet review: What we think

Key features

Price: $63.90 monthly and up.
Technology type: NBN and mobile broadband.
NBN speeds: NBN25, NBN50, NBN100.
Support: Phone daily until 8pm.

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. As with everything Kogan does, it seeks to offer uncomplicated, competitive products, and it's succeeded once again with its broadband offerings.

Kogan has three excellent value NBN plans starting from $63.90, which perform well for their speed categories. While they lack a Basic plan for less demanding customers, they do have a decent spread of mobile broadband offerings, including rare (and admittedly pricey) long expiry plans with heaps of data.

All in all, Kogan offers a great set of NBN plans that should suit almost anyone. If you're after something no-frills, dive into the Kogan-verse and perhaps pick up a new fridge or toaster while you're there.

Kogan's benefits and extras

  • Kogan Internet price pledge. If one of seven approved telcos have a plan comparable to Kogan's at a cheaper price, you'll get a Kogan.com voucher worth double the difference between Kogan's price and the competitor's. T&Cs apply.
  • Qantas Points. Every $2 spent on Kogan Internet will net you 1 Qantas Frequent Flyer Point on a linked account.
  • Modems. Kogan allows you to provide your own modem for the NBN, or you can buy theirs for an extra $69 upfront.

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The good stuff

  • A range of cheap plans.
  • Good average speeds.
  • Long expiry mobile broadband plans with heaps of data.
  • No set-up fees.

The not-so-good stuff

  • No Basic speed tier plan.
  • Users are encouraged to go online for customer support.

The bottom line: Kogan's Internet plans are as simple and competitive as the rest of its offerings.

Get connected on the go with Kogan's mobile broadband plans

Purchasing a Kogan mobile broadband plan will get you a data-enabled SIM, but you'll have to provide your own modem or device. When you receive the SIM, activate it with the voucher code you'll receive with it.

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