- 14-day free NBN trial
- 30% off all NBN plans for CommBank customers in first 12 months
- Extra fee if you don't pay by direct debit.
More's NBN plans offer decent typical evening speeds, with its prices being mostly in line with the average NBN prices on Finder.
More has great value if you do your banking with Commonwealth Bank. CommBank customers receive a generous 30% off their NBN plan fees for 12 months. When this discount is applied, More's NBN 25 and 50 plans become some of the cheapest we compare on Finder.
Beyond this, there isn't much to separate More from the dozens of other internet providers in the market.
More might appeal to you if you:
With More, you should watch out for:
However, its NBN 100 plan works out to be about $4 a month more expensive than average, while its NBN 250 plan is about $6 a month cheaper.
Where More NBN really shines is its exclusive discount available to Commbank customers. Its 30% off deal allows you to save up to $518.40 on your NBN plan over 12 months.
If you hop onto its Commbank deal, it makes More's NBN plans much more attractive, coming out as some of the cheapest available on Finder depending on the speed tier.
It's also worth comparing More to its residential-only counterpart, Tangerine, which has the same owners.
Besides the Commbank discount, there are no real perks or extra plan features included on More's plans. For non-Commbank customers, you could compare and find a cheaper deal elsewhere.
You can BYO modem to More, or you can purchase a range of modems from them direct that start at $139.90. This is slightly cheaper than the average cost of a modem in Finder's database of $145.
Unfortunately, More Telecom is not included in any official reporting from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to document its performance.
Looking purely at More's advertised speeds, we can assume that its NBN 25 and NBN 50 plans will offer fast speeds, as its typical evening speeds are the maximum available on its speed tiers.
However, its NBN 100 and NBN 250 plans perform a little slower than the maximum, coming in at 95Mbps and 200Mbps respectively during busy hours of the day.
More doesn't claim typical evening speeds on its NBN 1000 plan as it's relatively new and there's not enough data to provide average speeds.
There are quite a few ways to reach More if you run into any issues or have questions:
More's plans are super simple, with a couple of features worth explaining.
If you aren't happy with your More NBN service within 14 days, you can cancel it and get a full refund on your plan fees.
Any modem fees are not refunded.
If you purchase an Amazon eero device from More, it includes an eero Secure subscription at no additional cost for 12 months.
eero Secure helps keep your internet connected devices safe.
Here's how More compares to some of the most popular NBN providers in Australia and their NBN 50 plans. Keep in mind we've used the standard ongoing prices for each provider (no promotional discounts applied).
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It's easy to sign up to More if you think it's right for you. Just remember to input your address on More's website to check that you have access to the NBN plan you're after.
More also sells a fixed wireless NBN plan if that's the connection type available at your address.
What if I'm moving to a new address?
If you're already a More customer, you can organise moving your service to a new address using the customer portal's Service Relocation option. If you aren't, contact More in advance so you can ensure your internet is switched on when you move in.
We recommend also giving your current provider notice in case there's a cancellation waiting period. You don't want to pay for 2 internet services at the same time.
For more information, see our guide on switching broadband providers.
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