Cheap NBN Plans

Looking to save money on your internet plan? Find cheap NBN plans for your budget here.

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Compare cheap NBN plans for $50 or less

How to compare cheap NBN plans

  1. Make sure your address is ready for the NBN by entering your address in the search bar above.
  2. Determine which NBN speed you need: Basic (NBN 12), Standard (NBN 25), Standard Plus (NBN 50) or Premium (NBN 100).
  3. Choose your monthly data allowance - a set amount of GB/month, or unlimited.
  4. Select your preferred contract length.
  5. Compare prices and apply for a new NBN plan.

What can I expect?

Cheaper internet plans tend to avoid the expensive extras that come with high-tier internet options. The focus is typically on practical features such as speeds and data allowances for a lower price. Here are the main benefits to focus on when comparing cheap NBN plans.

Data allowance

For $50/ month you can typically look forward to receiving 50-500GB of data allowance. Your monthly data allowance will be influenced by the NBN speed tier you opt for and the contract length. Plans with a higher NBN speeds will usually provide less data than lower speed plans in the same price range.

Home phone line

Cheaper priced NBN plans usually include an active home phone line without call allowances. Any calls made will be charged at the standard rate unless you purchase a home phone package providing calls to mobiles, home phone lines or international destinations.

No plan extras

You can expect to pay additional fees if you need a new modem. Premium plan extras such as streaming services, paid TV packages and bundle discounts are not usually included with cheap NBN internet plans.

Cheap Standard Plus NBN

Our pick:

Our reasoning:

If you don't want to lock yourself into a fixed contract, Kogan's NBN Silver Unlimited plan stands out as one of the most value-packed offerings in the month-to-month sphere. Along with no set-up fees, it boasts a swift 45.00 Mbps typical peak-hour speed, making it an excellent choice for Aussies who love to download.

Alternative pick:

Our reasoning:

Flip is another of Australia's leading low-cost NBN providers, and its Unlimited Standard Fast 50 plan is a shining example of why it's so popular. Not only is it one of the cheapest Standard Plus NBN plans currently available, it delivers some of the fastest typical peak-hour speeds at this tier.

Cheap Premium NBN

Our pick:

Our reasoning:

Kogan again distinguishes itself with its NBN Gold Unlimited plan. No set-up fees, the freedom of a month-to-month contract and a typical peak-hour speed that leaves most of its rivals in the dust — and all that for just $85.90 a month. For a cheap NBN service that doesn't skimp on performance, Kogan takes the cake.

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