Compare Dodo NBN plans

Dodo has a reputation for affordability and is one of the leading challengers in the burgeoning NBN game.

About Dodo's NBN plans

Dodo's NBN plans are pretty simple: you've got 3 choices to make.

  • Data: choose between 101GB and unlimited data
  • Speed: Standard, Turbo and Supercharged*
  • Contract length: pick a 1, 12 or 24 month plan

*Corresponding to Basic, Standard and Standard Plus NBN tiers (12, 25 & 50Mbps maximum theoretical speeds). More info below.

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Dodo NBN Turbo Unlimited 1 Month

$65.00

Monthly

Min. Total Cost of $297.90

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Unlimited

Data

24 Mbps

Typical peak evening speed


What you need to know about Dodo's NBN plans

From its humble beginnings as an affordable alternative to big-name broadband ISPs like Telstra and Optus, Dodo has since expanded its operations to include everything from Dodo gas and electricity services to car and home insurance. Despite its growth, however, the company remains a telco first and foremost, one with an emphasis on giving Australians choice when it comes to accessing the Internet.

As part of this endeavour, Dodo offers a range of NBN plans tailored to different budgets and online needs. All plans come with home phone line rental bundled in.

Flexibility is another of Dodo's focuses, with all its NBN plans available on 24-month, 12-month, and month-to-month contracts. 24-month contracts benefit from no connection fee and no upfront cost for modem rental, while the 12-month and month-to-month contracts come with larger upfront costs to offset their shorter durations.

What are the different Dodo NBN plans?

Dodo offers two tiers of NBN plans differing only in how much data you can use per month: either 101GB or Unlimited. The 101GB plan is only available with a Basic NBN connection (nbn12), while the Unlimited plan is available with your choice of Basic, Standard or Standard Plus NBN connection. You can also choose to bundle any of Dodo's unlimited plans with the streaming service Fetch, consolidating your Internet and entertainment needs into a single bill.

Exceeding your data allowance on the 101GB plan results in excess data charges of $2/GB.

Like all NBN providers, it's worth remembering that Dodo's plans are contingent on the NBN technology available at your premises. Depending on how you're wired up to the NBN, your Internet speeds may vary from the maximums advertised.

How much do Dodo's NBN plans cost?

Affordability is a big part of Dodo's sales pitch and this is reflected in its NBN offerings. At the low end, a 101GB Basic NBN connection on a 24-month plan will cost you $50 a month, while at the higher end, unlimited data on a Standard Plus NBN connection will set you back $75 a month. Reducing the contract length doesn't affect your monthly bill but you will have to fork out an upfront cost of up to $208 for both the connection fee and NBN-ready modem.


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Matt Sayer

Matt is a writer covering the latest tech, telco and video game news at finder.com.au. In his downtime from helping Aussies make informed decisions on their broadband, mobile phone, and streaming video plans, he likes exploring rich video game worlds and kicking back with a good book.

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