Compare Internode NBN plans

With two-and-a-half decades of experience to draw from, Internode's NBN plans are worth taking a look at.


What you need to know about Internode NBN plans

With over 25 years of experience, Internode has been a key player in the telecommunications market. iiNet certainly recognised it had clout when it acquired Internode in 2011, and added over 240 new exchanges to the Internode ADSL network. In the years since, Internode has set its sights on the NBN, and has expanded its network to provide Aussies with high-speed fibre internet at affordable prices.

Internode's NBN plans come packed with options, from Voice over IP (VoIP) phone services to Fetch streaming TV entertainment packages. All NBN plans are available on 24-month or month-to-month contracts.

What are the different Internode NBN plans?

When comparing Internode's NBN plans, you need to consider just two factors: speed and data. Available speeds are Basic (nbn12), Standard Plus (nbn50) and Premium (nbn100). On the data front, you can pick between a 100GB monthly cap, a 500GB monthly cap, or no data cap at all.

If you're after more than just an Internet connection, Internode's NBN bundles have you covered. All 24-month plans can be upgraded with a Fetch subscription, including your choice of one of four Fetch channel packs. For folks who spend a lot of time on the phone, the Fibre Phone package turns your NBN connection into a traditional phone line, with support for standard handsets, and cheaper call rates thanks to the affordability of VoIP. The only catch is you need to live in a Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) area to sign up for Fibre Phone.

For power users, Internode also offers business-oriented add-on packages with static IP addresses for accessing your home network over the internet, faster speeds if you go over your download limit, and a dedicated on.net subdomain for hosting your own websites.

How much do Internode's NBN plans cost?

At the Basic NBN speed tier, Internode's standard NBN plans start at $49.99 a month for 100GB and $69.99 a month for unlimited data. At the Premium NBN speed tier, 100GB will set you back $74.99 a month, while unlimited data costs $99.99 a month.

If you want to add a basic Fetch subscription to your plan, you're looking at an extra $10 a month. A Fibre Phone service costs an extra $29.95 a month, plus a $49 set-up fee if you're on a month-to-month contract.

Month-to-month contracts also come with a $99 set-up charge when you first sign up, and if you need an NBN router it will set you back another $89. While 24-month contracts have no set-up fee and come with the router bundled in at no extra cost, you'll be stung for up to $300 if you decide to cancel your contract early.

Internode's NBN plans do not charge any excess download fees, but instead reduce your speed to 256Kbps if you go over your monthly limit.


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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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