Nextalk broadband, NBN and ADSL plans and pricing

Nextalk's broadband services benefit from locally-based customer support that will appeal to those who prioritise customer service.

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Is Nextalk right for me?

  • What does Nextalk offer? Nextalk offers NBN and ADSL plans on both month-to-month and fixed-term contracts.
  • Product highlights: Attractively priced NBN plans, no-lock-in contracts.
  • Watch out for: Nextalk doesn't disclose typical evening speeds for its NBN plans. Without this information, it's unclear how fast Nextalk's plans actually are, especially during the busy evening hours of 7pm to 11pm.

Nextalk NBN plans

Nextalk's NBN plans explained

Nextalk's NBN plans support all standard fixed-line NBN access technologies as well as fixed wireless connections. Nextalk also offers all four NBN speed tiers from Basic (nbn12) to Premium (nbn100).

You can sign up on either a no-lock-in, month-to-month contract or a 12-month contract. Monthly pricing is the same regardless of contract length, but Nextalk will discount the modem cost if you commit to the 12-month term. Cancelling a 12-month contract early will result in a $99 early termination fee.

Nextalk ADSL plans

Nextalk's ADSL plans explained

Nextalk provides ADSL services to both metro and regional areas of Australia. Your choices are limited to a single plan with unlimited data on either a month-to-month or six-month contract. Both contract options charge the same monthly rates, but committing to the 6-month term removes the standard $99 activation fee.

How does Nextalk compare?

  • Aggressively priced NBN plans, especially at higher speed tiers
  • Lack of disclosure around typical evening speeds means Internet performance could be inconsistent
  • ADSL pricing is relatively steep

As with most Internet providers, Nextalk keeps its monthly pricing consistent regardless of contract length. Since it only charges a slightly higher modem fee for the freedom of a month-to-month contract instead of a locked-in contract, the below comparisons are all based on its more flexible month-to-month plans.


Why should you consider Nextalk?

If price is your number one concern, Nextalk gives the leading telcos in the NBN market a run for their money. Especially at the higher speed tiers, it offers some of the lowest rates going around.

The catch, unfortunately, is Nextalk hasn't yet disclosed the typical evening speeds customers receive on its NBN plans, making it tough to know whether its plans deliver a comparable experience to other NBN providers.

Nextalk broadband deals

Deals last updated on 2019-11-03 at 5:01:47

ADSL deals

$99 activation fees waived
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Nextalk ADSL Metro Unlimited data
Nextalk ADSL Metro Advantage Bundle Unlimited data
Nextalk ADSL Regional Unlimited data
Nextalk ADSL Regional Advantage Bundle Unlimited data

NBN deals

Save $60 on modem purchase
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Nextalk NBN Speedy Unlimited data
Nextalk NBN Speedy Bundle Unlimited data
Nextalk NBN Swift Unlimited data
Nextalk NBN Boost Bundle Unlimited data
Nextalk NBN Swift Bundle Unlimited data
Nextalk NBN Boost Unlimited data
Nextalk NBN Base Unlimited data
Save $60 on modem purchase
View eligible plans
Nextalk NBN Base Bundle Unlimited data

How to contact Nextalk

Support platform
Phone1300 639 825
Support hoursMon to Fri: 8:30am to 7pm
Emailcustomerservice@nextalk.com.au

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