Tangerine Telecom | NBN plans

With competitively priced NBN plans but no legacy ADSL services, Tangerine Telecom likes to keep things simple.

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Tangerine Broadband

Broadband Offer

Tangerine NBN XXL Boost

$79.90

Monthly

Min. Total Cost of $79.90

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Unlimited

Data

83 Mbps

Typical peak evening speed

Is Tangerine right for me?

  • What does Tangerine offer? Tangerine offers no-lock-in NBN plans for Aussies on fixed-line and fixed-wireless connections.
  • Product highlights: Highlights include competitive prices, no-lock-in contracts and support for Standard Plus fixed wireless speeds.
  • Watch out for: Tangerine offers new customers a discounted rate for the first six months of their service. This is a compelling deal, but don't forget that prices will revert to Tangerine's standard rates after those six months have passed.

Tangerine NBN plans

Tangerine's NBN plans explained

Tangerine offers three simple NBN plans across fixed-line and fixed-wireless connections. Three of the four NBN speed tiers are available: Standard (nbn25), Standard Plus (nbn50) and Premium (nbn100).

On the data front, all of Tangerine's NBN plans come with an unlimited monthly allowance. This keeps things streamlined, giving you the choice of four core plans:

  • Speed Boost NBN for $54.90 per month
  • XL Speed Boost NBN for $59.90 per month
  • XXL Speed Boost NBN for $79.90 per month

How does Tangerine compare?

  • Very attractive promotional pricing
  • Support for Standard Plus speeds on fixed wireless gives Tangerine an edge on the competition
  • Solid typical evening speeds

Tangerine's pricing is simple, only requiring you to choose a speed tier and decide whether you need a home phone line. The inclusion of unlimited data and lack of set-up and activation fees is an important consideration when weighing up these plans against seemingly cheaper deals with extra fees.

Why should you consider Tangerine?

Tangerine keeps things simple while still offering highly competitive pricing. All plans include unlimited data, offering peace of mind as it eliminates the risk of excess data charges and speed shaping.

You also avoid lock-in contracts and set-up fees, yet this isn't offset by significantly higher monthly fees that you might get from some providers.

One trade-off is that you can't pick up a free modem if you are prepared to sign up for a long-term contract. And if you want a home phone line then be prepared to tack on an additional $10 for the bundle regardless of the number of calls you make.

Tangerine broadband also maxes out at Standard Plus speeds, which might be an issue if you're lucky enough to have a fast NBN connection.

How to contact Tangerine

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Phone1800 211 112
Support hoursMon - Fri: 8:30am to 8:00pm
Sat: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Contact formContact Tangerine

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    MikePAugust 3, 2016

    Fixed Wireless NBN Broadband was scheduled to be activated in my area on 1 Aug 2016 – PC 3882. Rollout Region ID: 3BAI-51-12-NICO

    I have signed up with Tangerine Telecom.
    My question is, why are they not listed as a provider on the list that appears for my region?

    I notice that Southern Phone also do not appear in the list.

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      BrodieAugust 3, 2016

      Hi Mike,

      Our provider list in the nbn tracker is in the progress of being updated. Thanks for your comment.

      Cheers,
      Brodie

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