Compare Buzz Telco NBN plans

Matt Sayer 1 May 2017 NEWS

Buzz Telco is no longer operating within Australia.

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Buzz Telco is no longer accepting new customers on its NBN plans. It has also been reported by CRN that Buzz Telco is shutting down completely following a legal battle with its network provider AAPT.


What you need to know about Buzz Telco's NBN plans

Founded in 2014, Buzz Telco might not have the same level of experience as other Australian telcos, but that hasn't stopped it from throwing its hat into the NBN ring. With simple, no-frills NBN plans at affordable prices, Buzz Telco holds its own against the competition.

Flexibility is an important trait in an Internet provider, and Buzz Telco gets that. All its NBN plans are available on month-to-month contracts, requiring no long-term commitments or hefty upfront costs. Instead, each plan comes bundled with Buzz's Essential Home Phone Voice over IP (VoIP) service, with pay-as-you-go calls delivered through your NBN connection.

What are the different Buzz Telco NBN plans?

Buzz Telco offers four simple NBN plans: Basic Unlimited, Standard Unlimited, Boost Unlimited and Premium Unlimited. Each differs only in connection speed, with maximum speeds of 12/1Mbps, 25/5Mbps, 50/20Mbps and 100/40Mbps respectively. All plans come with unlimited data, and access to Buzz's Essential Home Phone service upon request.

Like all NBN services, the connection speed available to you depends on the network infrastructure installed at your premises.

How much do Buzz Telco's NBN plans cost?

Though Buzz Telco's NBN plans are light on features, their prices certainly make up for it. The 12/1Mbps Basic Unlimited plan costs just $49 a month, while 25/5Mbps ups that to $59 a month, and 50/20Mbps bumps it to $69 a month. The 100/40Mbps Premium Unlimited plan is normally $79 a month, but is currently on sale for $69 a month.

Buzz Telco does not charge any set-up fees, and because all plans have unlimited data, you'll never get stung with excess download charges. The only upfront cost you'll have is the purchase of an NBN modem, which you can buy from Buzz Telco for $120.


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