Alternatives to MyNetFone’s broadband plans

You can't sign up for MyNetFone's broadband plans anymore, so we've rounded up the best alternatives for you to consider.

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MyNetFone exiting residential broadband market

  • MyNetFone entered an agreement with Southern Phone to sell its residential fixed-line broadband customer base in March 2019.
  • Existing customers will be migrated over to Southern Phone by the end of May 2019.
  • If you're looking for an alternative NBN or ADSL service, you can compare your options in the tables below.

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    NeilJuly 14, 2016

    I was a MNF user until Jan/feb this year and have recently moved residence to Chinderah “Tweed Shores” park on Chinderah Bay Drive.
    I would like a ADSL2+ with about 100 Gb/month preferably no contract.
    Do you have this service in my area? NBN cables are about 100 metres from my home.My landline account is not currently active.

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      MayJuly 14, 2016Staff

      Hi Neil,

      Thanks for your inquiry.

      You may need an active landline to get an internet service. I’d also encourage you to enter your address on our NBN tracker to check if your area is ready for service and find which service provider is available to offer internet plans in your area.

      I hope this helps.


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