Telesurf Broadband | ADSL and NBN broadband plans

Fast Internet at competitive prices? Welcome to Telesurf. Now, read on to see if they’ve got a package that suits you.

Telesurf is a NSW-based retailer of broadband and home phone services. They are owned by PON Project Services, who have been in operation for over thirty years in the telecommunications and fibre optics field. They provide broadband and home phone services for homes and business, including connection to the National Broadband Network (NBN), if it is available in your area.

What broadband plans and bundles does Telesurf offer?

Here is a quick summary of the plans available from Telesurf. When you checkout you will also have the option of adding a phone line, home security system or add ons (second line, voicemail or handset), which could add to your total checkout cost.

Below are the broadband plans that will give you an idea of where to begin.

Residential ADSL2+

PlanCostData (Monthly)Setup Fee (One off)Contract (Minimum)
ADSL Starter$49.95/month25GB$19024 months
ADSL Essential$59.95/month100GB$19024 months

Residential NBN

NBN services are packaged by speed and not by data - though data does come in later. It’s not as complicated as it sounds, and we’ve broken it down below. Remember, again you’ll have the opportunity to add extras, which will make your bill different from the prices we’ve quoted. This is a guideline for broadband services only.



PlanCostData (Monthly)Setup Fee (One off)Contract (Minimum)
NBN Jumbo 12$49.95/month200GB$19024 months
NBN Monster 12$59.95/month500GB$19024 months


PlanCostData (Monthly)Setup Fee (One off)Contract (Minimum)
NBN Jumbo 25$59.95/month100GB$19024 months
NBN Monster 25$69.95/month500GB$19024 months


PlanCostData (Monthly)Setup Fee (One off)Contract (Minimum)
NBN Jumbo 50$69.95/month100GB$19024 months
NBN Monster 50$79.95/month500GB$19024 months


PlanCostData (Monthly)Setup Fee (One off)Contract (Minimum)
NBN Jumbo 100$84.95/month300GB$19024 months
NBN Monster 100$99.95/month500GB$19024 months
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If you’ve been watching television, reading magazines or going just about anywhere lately, you’ve probably seen ads for companies like Stan, Netflix or Presto. If you’re wondering what these are, they’re the major players in the new wave of home entertainment: the online streaming service.

Streaming is watching any content on the Internet where you watch it at the same time as you download it. Stan, Netflix and Presto, as well as a few others, are services that have extensive libraries of content, which for a small monthly fee, you can stream through your computer, most internet ready devices or smart TV.

For the best streaming you need fast broadband, which is where providers like Telesurf come in.

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Compatible Devices

If you sign up to Telesurf broadband you’ll be provided with a modem and wireless router, this will transmit wireless broadband around your home. This will allow any device that has your password or network key to sign in and access your broadband service. This applies to phones, tablets and laptops. You’ll also be able to connect smart televisions, games consoles or TV set top boxes to apps and features.

Frequently asked questions

Do I need a landline phone?

That depends, but probably not. If you have a reliable mobile phone with a reliable network then that will probably take care of all of your needs. Some people still like the idea of having a home phone though, and the cost of calls should be slightly cheaper on landlines, so if you make a lot of phone calls, it might make sense to have one.

What can I watch on Netflix, Stan and Presto?

All the Internet TV providers offer very different content libraries. To save you time, we’ve put together lists of what is offered by the all of them.

What movies and TV shows are available to stream?

Will streaming make my Internet slower?

It shouldn’t, but it can. Streaming is a quite an intense activity, in broadband terms, and so may slow down the Internet on other devices. If you’re finding your Internet running a little slow, you might like to consider upgrading to a faster service - possibly even the NBN.

What is the NBN?

The NBN stands for the National Broadband Network. It is a government program designed to connect almost all of Australia to super fast Internet. The rollout is ongoing, so to see if it’s available in your area visit their website.

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2 Responses to Telesurf Broadband | ADSL and NBN broadband plans

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    navin | February 6, 2016


    I have subscribed to the recent pilot of ‘Firstpath Broadband’ in Haymarket, Sydney, NSW and am very pleased with the service. I wish to switch from my existing provider but cannot commit to a contract as I am in Sydney till June 2016.
    Could you please confirm if it is still possible to avail of your services?

    Navin Rungta

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      Brodie | February 11, 2016

      Hi Navin,

      Telesurf offers month-to-month deals for their ADSL and ADSL2+ plans, but their fibre/NBN plans are only available on a 24 month contract.


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