MyRepublic offers high-speed plans that cater to web surfers, streamers and gamers making it well worth considering.
What services do MyRepublic offer?
My Republic offers a single broadband plan, promising the fastest possible speed your connection can deliver with unlimited data. There is a Gamer variant as well, where MyRepublic will prioritise game speed over anything else. This allows gamers to feel confident that there will be no latency and no lag while playing online.
How much do MyRepublic services cost?
MyRepublic offers two NBN plans. The first of which is for general browsing, streaming and more will set you back $59.99 per month on a 12-month contract, with a total minimum cost of $720.88. You'll also need to pay for a modem, which MyRepublic normally charges $99 for but has a limited offer of a $1 fee for a modem.
The second offering is a dedicated Gamer plan that costs an additional $10 a month, which adds up to $69.99 per month on a 12 month contract. This has a minimum cost of $840.88. The Gamer plan also comes with a $200 discount on Sony’s new Playstation 4 Pro.
How fast are MyRepublic's NBN plans?
The speed of your connection depends on your location and which technology connects to your house. Currently, speeds in Australia can go up to 100Mbps download and 40 Mbps upload, and MyRepublic pitches its plans as "Up to 100Mbps". While you may not be able to get those speeds on an ADSL connection, for example, the price remains the same regardless of which technology you use. Refreshingly, MyRepublic offers the maximum speed available in your area and doesn't charge any additional fees for higher speed tiers.
Pros and Cons
- All plans have unlimited data. No need to worry about running out of data with all plans having unlimited data. This is important as these faster NBN plans would normally burn through a data quota.
- High internet speeds. Fast speeds of up to 100Mbps download and 40Mbps upload so waiting for your internet to load is not a problem.
- Dedicated gamer plan. The gamer plan prioritises gamers internet so there is no latency or lag while playing.
- Few options. Only two plans are offered. While the two plans offered are great value, there's no way for people with lower usage to save some dollars.
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