Compare Basic NBN plans

Basic NBN plans provide entry-level fibre speeds (less than 12Mbps) within your budget. Compare plans and prices here.

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TPG NBN12 Bundle Unlimited

$59.99

Monthly

Min. Total Cost of $189.94

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Unlimited

Data

11 Mbps

Typical peak evening speed

Learn more about Basic NBN plans

Basic is the entry level offer for NBN plans, providing a practical solution for people who are looking for a reliable internet connection without spending too much. Learn how Basic NBN plans can suit your needs in this guide and compare other NBN speeds.

Is Basic NBN the right speed for me?

The speeds you can expect from this plan are about what you would generally get with an older ADSL2+ plan. With this plan, you might not notice a large difference between NBN and your older ADSL connection.

This cheap option might be suitable for the following situations:

  • Single-person households.
  • Homes where video streaming is done only on single device at a time in qualities no higher than 720p.
  • Households where everyone is completely satisfied with their Internet speeds prior to the NBN, even during peak times.
  • Someone who only wants the cheapest NBN plan available and doesn't mind slower Internet.

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