Compare iiNet NBN plans

As one of Australia's oldest Internet providers, iiNet has a lot to offer prospective NBN customers.

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iiNet NBN25 Liimitless 6 Month

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  • Pay $69.99/month on a 6 month contract
  • $0 activation fee
  • Pay-as-you-go local, national and mobile calls
  • 20.8Mbps typical evening speed
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What you need to know about iiNet's NBN plans

Founded in a suburban garage way back in 1993, iiNet has a lot of experience in the Internet game. Even as the online landscape shifted from copper phone lines to coaxial cables to fibre optics, the Australian telco has kept pace with the competition and now serves as one of the leading companies bringing the NBN to Aussie homes.

For customers living within NBN-available areas, iiNet offers a range of plans spanning basic NBN connections to complete telecommunications packages that bundle Internet, home phone, and entertainment services into a single contract. iiNet delivers phone line access through its own copper network, while a partnership with Fetch provides unmetered access to the latest movies and TV shows over the Internet.

To top it off, iiNet offers month-to-month contract options for all its plans, saving you from forking out a hefty cancellation fee if you decide the service isn't right for you. Alternatively, you can commit to a 6-month contract for a discount on your modem purchase.

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