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Broadband planSpeedMonthly cost
nbnSP NBN PAYG Residential Fibrenbn12$25.00
nbnSP NBN PAYG Residential Fibrenbn25$35.00
nbnSP NBN PAYG Residential Fibrenbn50$45.00
nbnSP NBN PAYG Residential Fibrenbn100$50.00

What services does nbnSP offer?

nbnSP offers a variety of broadband services, including NBN Fibre, NBN Wireless, Fibre-to-the-building, ADSL2+ and the option to bundle VoIP phone services. In addition to these plans, nbnSP also offers flexible PAYG services for seniors and additional services such as priority tech support, web design and page modifications.

How much does nbnSP cost?

nbnSP's main attraction is its range of unlimited NBN Fibre plans. Ranging from $60 per month for 12/1Mbps to $100 per month for 100/40Mbps, nbnSP's choice to cull varying data allowances makes for a pricing structure that's easier to understand than many competing NBN suppliers. All plans are unlimited, so what you are paying for with more expensive plans is a higher speed pack. Additionally, all NBN Fibre plans are month-to-month, meaning you can exit at any time at no extra cost. Customers signing up for NBN can also opt for a plug-and-play wireless modem for an additional $50, including shipping.

Unique to nbnSP are its senior's pay-as-you-go plans. These plans offer a low-cost monthly fee (ranging from $25 per month for 12/1Mbps to $50 per month for 100/40Mbps with no included data. Instead, customers pay $1 for every GB of data used. These plans could be risky in the wrong hands, but for seriously low use customers, it's a refreshingly straightforward offer.

nbnSP also offers a small selection of ADSL2+ plans. Its on-net ADSL2+ plans include unlimited downloads and cost $40 per month and are not contracted. Customers can also opt for an off-net Telstra DSLAM plan with unlimited data for $60 per month, again with no contract.

All nbnSP plans incur a one-off $100 - $200 (depending on the plan type) activation fee at sign up.

What additional services are included?

nbnSP offers three types of VoIP plans with different inclusions and different pricing dependant on whether they are bundled with an Internet package or not.


PlanPAYGLocal and NationalMobile, Local and National
Monthly Cost w/internet$5.00/month$10.00/month$20/month
Monthly cost w/ no internet$40.00/month$50.00/month$60.00/month
Local call2.64c/minIncludedIncluded
National call3.6c/minIncludedIncluded
Mobile call9.6c/min9.6c/minIncluded

FTTB + Home Phone

nbnSP offers one fibre-to-the-building (FTTB) plan using FTTB/VDSL2 technology owned by TPG and AAPT. This plan includes a home phone with unlimited local and national calls.

Price$55 per month
Local/national callsUnlimited
Mobile calls29.9c per minute
Activation fee$200 or $100 for customers with an existing installation
Cancellation$200 if cancelled within the first six months and $0 after the first six months.
Total min. cost$455

Pros and cons


  • Straightforward pricing structure. As mentioned above, nbnSP cuts out a lot of unnecessary confusion by offering only the unlimited data tier. You're really only paying extra for speed here, and those prices are quite competitive. For reference, Southern Phone's top NBN plan comes with 500GB at 100/40Mbps and will set you back $105 per month. Whereas nbnSP's top plan costs $5 less per month and gives you unlimited downloads.
  • Pensioner's PAYG plans. This is certainly an intriguing concept considering the popularity of PAYG plans amongst seniors. It offers an affordable solution for those who want a stable NBN connection, but only use a small amount of data each month.


  • Paying to reach the top of the tech support queue. While we can appreciate that this is a one-man show and personally getting to every customer would be tough work, there's got to be a better solution than customers paying a fee to jump the queue. Granted, paying for premium tech support is commonplace, but when half of your target market is seniors, it seems sensible to have a more accessible support options available.
  • PAYG Plans in the wrong hands. These PAYG plans are great for customers using anywhere up to 20GB or so a month, but in the wrong (grandchild's) hands, this could prove quite a shock for a customer who thought they were getting a cheap deal.

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