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Internet and mobile bundles

You can save on your monthly bills by bundling your NBN and mobile plans with the one provider.

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TPGUp to $10 off selected mobile plans
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iPrimus$10 off mobile plans
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FlipUp to $10 off selected mobile plans
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Aussie BroadbandUp to $15 off selected bundles
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Australia Post Broadband10% off mobile plan
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MATE$10 off NBN plans
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Spintel$3 off mobile plans
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Superloop$5 off NBN plans
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Telechoice10% off mobile plans
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VodafoneUp to $15 off internet plans
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How do NBN and mobile bundles work?

Mobile and NBN bundles allow you to combine a mobile phone plan with an internet plan from the same provider, usually for a discount or some type of bonus freebie such as additional mobile data.

Depending on the provider, you may also be able to bundle other services such as energy, a home phone or TV streaming.

Which providers in Australia offer internet and mobile bundles?

You are able to bundle your internet and mobile together with the following providers in Australia:

  • Aussie Broadband
  • Australia Post Broadband
  • Flip
  • iPrimus
  • MATE
  • SpinTel
  • Superloop
  • Telechoice
  • TPG
  • Vodafone

TPG broadband and mobile bundles

You can save between $5 to $10 a month when you bundle a TPG SIM only mobile plan with an active TPG broadband plan. The exact discount will depend on which mobile plan you opt for.

  • Keep in mind: You don't get a bundling discount with TPG's entry-level SIM only plan.

TPG broadband plans come with:

  • Unlimited data
  • $0 modem fee on when you sign up to a 6-month contract
  • No lock-in contract if you opt for its month-to-month plan

TPG mobile plans include:

  • Full access to Vodafone's network, available to 96% of the Australia population
  • Unlimited talk and text to standard Australian numbers
  • 5G trial on its 60GB plan only

iiNet mobile and internet bundles

iiNet doesn't offer a bundling discount but you do get bonus data on its 40GB mobile plan when you have an active internet plan with the provider.

This means for the same price you can score a 120GB per month instead.

There's no savings to be made by bundling your internet and mobile with iiNet but its bonus offer could suit you if you're in need of heaps of mobile data. Just keep in mind the offer is limited to its SIM only - Large mobile plan.

iiNet internet plans include:

  • $0 modem if you stay connected for 24 or 36 months depending on the plan
  • Option to bundle Fetch TV on select plans
  • Unlimited data
  • No lock-in contract on its month-to-month plans

iiNet mobile plans feature:

  • Access to Vodafone's network
  • Unlimited talk and text to standard Australian numbers
  • No lock-in contract

MATE mobile and NBN bundles

If you bundle a mobile and NBN plan with MATE, you can get a $10 per month discount off your NBN plan.

That's a flat discount regardless of how many mobile plans are added to your NBN account.

MATE NBN plans feature:

  • 1-month money back guarantee
  • No lock-in contract
  • No set-up fees
  • Option to BYO modem

MATE mobile plans offer:

  • Access to Telstra's wholesale network which covers 99.5% of the Australia population
  • Option to bank up to 500GB of data
  • Unlimited talk and text to standard Australian numbers. Select plans also have unlimited international calls and SMS to 15 other countries

Vodafone internet and mobile bundles

If you're an existing postpaid mobile customer with Vodafone, you can get anywhere between $5 to $15 a month discount on one of its internet plans.

That's a $5 a month bundling discount for 5G home internet, $10 a month for 4G home internet and $15 a month on any of its NBN plans.

Vodafone internet plans come with:

  • Unlimited data
  • No lock-in contract
  • $0 modem fee when you stay connected to for 24-36 months depending on the plan

Vodafone mobile plans feature:

  • No excess data charges. Your speeds get capped at 2Mbps when you've used up your data allowance
  • Access to 5G
  • Unlimited national standard calls and texts

Is bundling internet and mobile actually cheaper?

It can be cheaper to bundle internet and mobile together, as some providers offer discounts for doing so.

However, it could also work out that you save money by just switching to a cheaper internet or mobile plan with different providers.

Sometimes the convenience of bundling your utilities with the 1 provider can end up costing you a fair bit in the long run.

It's important to not only compare prices, but also factor in how you use your mobile and internet to figure out what the best plans are for you.

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