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Unlimited Internet plans

Get unlimited data and stress-free Internet usage from $34 a month.

TPG NBN50 Unlimited

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  • $69.99/mth
  • Unlimited data
  • 50Mbps typical evening speed
  • No contract
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Switch between the tabs to find unlimited Internet plans for NBN, home wireless or ADSL connections. You can use the table's filters to narrow down your search.

Note: Mobile broadband plans in Australia currently do not offer unlimited data. Some providers do offer "endless" data which means you can continue to use the Internet past your monthly data cap, but at a reduced speed. Find out more on mobile broadband here.

How do I find the best unlimited plan?

You'll need to think about 3 variables when searching for the right unlimited Internet plan for your household: speed, price and provider.

1. Speed

Speed matters no matter which type of Internet connection you're after. Whilst you have less control over the speed of wireless connections and older technologies, you do have a say if you're after an NBN plan.

  • NBN connections: Choose from 6 speed tiers ranging from 12Mbps to 1,000Mbps. Most people will fall somewhere in the NBN 50 to NBN 100 range, but the speed you choose will have the biggest impact on your plan's price. (Note that not all speeds are available at all addresses.)
  • Home wireless connections: Choose between 4G and 5G connection types, but keep in mind that not everyone will have 5G coverage in their area.
  • ADSL connections: You won't have a say in ADSL speeds unfortunately, but you can expect maximum speeds of 24Mbps.

2. Price

Fortunately, most Internet providers in Australia offer unlimited Internet plans at reasonable prices, especially if you take into account their 6-month sign-up discounts.

  • Good to know: Most providers these days offer some form of sign-up discount for new customers so make the most of these. With many plans coming with no contract, it also means you can switch providers at any point if you're no longer happy with the price you're paying.

You can expect prices to start at $34 and go up to well over $100 per month if you're on the Superfast speeds.

Getting faster speeds means a higher bill, so make sure you're getting the right speed for your household.

3. Provider

Big brand names may offer you more bang for your buck with extra plan perks but it's always good to consider how important these are to you.

Cheaper providers may not offer as many features but can still give you a good balance between price and speed if all you're after is a decent Internet plan.

Are unlimited plans the best option for me?

Unlimited data plans may be the most common kind on the market, but there are still many limited-data options that could save you $5–$10 per month.

If you're not a regular Internet user, you could be better off on a data-capped plan instead.

Not all providers have these data-capped options, so you'll need to compare plans to find them.

For example, Aussie Broadband offers "build your own" plans where you can get:

  • 100GB for $70 per month (NBN 50 Build Your Own Plan). That's $840 a year.
  • 500GB for $75 per month (NBN 50 Build Your Own Plan). That's $900 a year.
  • Unlimited data for $79 per month (NBN 50 Everyday Plan). That's $948 a year.

So long as you don't go over that 100GB, you can save over $100 in a year compared to the unlimited option.

  • Good to know: Most providers that offer data-capped Internet plans won't charge you extra for going over your monthly limit. Instead, your Internet speed gets slowed down to anything as low as 256kbps (which is basically unusable).

How much data do I need?

The easiest way to know if you could benefit from a data-capped plan is to keep track of your usage.

You can do this by checking your Internet bill or through your online account on your provider's website.

Alternatively, you can use our data usage calculator to get an estimate.

As a guide, NBN Co found that the average customer in metro cities uses 270GB, and the average regional customer uses 246GB per month.

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