NuSkope Broadband | NBN and ADSL

NuSkope Broadband Internet has NBN and ADSL plans with a variety of data limits, download speeds and contract lengths. Find out more and compare your options.


What services does NuSkope Broadband Internet offer?

Established in South Australia in 2007, NuSkope is a privately-owned Internet Service Provider (ISP) that specialises in wireless network communication. Its services include fixed wireless, fibre to the node (FTTN), fibre to the premises (FTTP), and fibre to the business (FTTB).

Its NBN plans also give you the option of a Uni-V phone service. If NBN is not available in your area, NuSkope Broadband Internet also offers ADSL2+ services.

The NBN services offer between 50GB of data per month and up to 1000GB. ADSL2+ services offer between 40GB of data per month and up to 600GB. NuSkope Broadband Internet also offers ADSL2+ services for businesses and apartment complexes. Depending on the service, contracts are either 1-, 6-, or 24-months.

How much does NuSkope Broadband Internet cost?

The set up costs vary depending on the particular service you choose and the length of your contract. Adding a voice service to your NBN plan costs either $4.95 or $24.95, depending on your phone call needs.

NBN customers can also choose to increase the download and upload speeds for an additional fee. Costs for increased speed start at an additional $10 per month and go up to an additional $30 per month.

For ADSL2+ customers, NuSkope supplies a Billion 7700N modem. This modem is free on both the 12- and 24-month contracts. Customers who sign up to a 1-month contract will be charged $39.85 for the modem. A $14.95 shipping fee applies to all modems.  If you choose to cancel your contract before the end of your term, there will be early termination charges.

What extra services does NuSkope offer?

NuSkope Uni-V phone services

NBN customers can choose to sign up for either the Uni-V Pay As You Go (PAYG) or Uni-V Uncapped phone service.

Apartment Complex Connections

NuSkope specialises in connecting entire apartment complexes. Currently the only service available is ADSL2+. Each of the plans are on a month-to-month basis which allows residents to opt in or opt out on a no-contract basis.

Business Plans

NuSkope also offers WDSL Business Plans. The plans are available on 1-month, 12-month or 24-month contract. The data limits on offer range from 50GB per month and to unlimited data. Business plans cost between $79.95 and $354.95 per month. Set up costs vary depending on the length of your contract.


  • Flexible contract options. Choose between contract lengths of 1-, 6- and 24-months to suit your circumstances and needs.
  • Business and apartment services. NuSkope offers specialised services that cater to the needs of businesses and apartment complexes.


  • Limited information in the Critical Information Summaries (CIS). Important information, such as technology types available, are not included in the CIS for these services.
  • No unlimited data for NBN and ADSL2+ consumer customers. Competitors, such as Optus, offer unlimited data limits but NuSkope does not have this option available.

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