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SpinTel differentiates itself as a provider by offering a great alternative to the NBN with its range of home wireless broadband plans.

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Key features

Price: $49.95 monthly and up.
Technology type: ADSL2+, NBN, mobile broadband, home wireless.
NBN speeds: NBN25, NBN50, NBN100.
Optional extras: Mobile bundling, national and mobile calls can be added.
Support: Phone until 8pm (5pm weekends).

SpinTel's benefits and extras

  • Call packs. For NBN, ADSL2+ and home wireless plans, you can add on a call pack. $10 extra each month will get you unlimited landline and mobile calls within Australia.
  • Bill credit. Most of SpinTel's 6- or 12-month contracts come with some amount of bonus bill credit that will be deposited to your account when you purchase the plan.
  • Mobile bundle With NBN plans, you can get bundled mobile phone service too for between $10 and $27 per month. These offer 1–15GB of data each month, as well as mostly unlimited calls and text within Australia.

SpinTel review: What we think

SpinTel offers some of the cheapest broadband plans on the market, especially so if you're not the kind of person who needs unlimited data. Its plans include decent speeds for the monthly prices, though it doesn't provide a Basic NBN12 plan.

The mobile broadband options from SpinTel are slightly less impressive, giving fairly limited data for its prices, but its home wireless 200GB for $60 a month is among the cheapest on the market. Add to this its solid customer service response time and SpinTel is a good-value proposition.

One thing to watch out for with SpinTel is that its plans include upfront costs in the form of modems, with no way to minimise their impact by signing up to a long-term contract. Regardless of what plan you're choosing, you'll likely be facing between $85 and $160 in fees for a modem plus shipping.

Is SpinTel Internet right for you?

The good stuff

  • NBN plans are some of the cheapest available.
  • Plenty of options for mobile broadband.
  • Great choices if you don't need unlimited data

The not-so-good stuff

  • Expensive modems require upfront costs.
  • No Basic speed tier plan.

The bottom line: With some of the cheapest NBN plans on the whole market and decent speeds to match, SpinTel is a tempting proposition. Even better, if you don't need unlimited data, you can opt for a 200GB limit and save $10 off your plan monthly.

Still waiting for the NBN? Compare SpinTel's ADSL plans here

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