Compare iPrimus fixed wireless NBN plans

If you're living outside the reach of NBN fibre, iPrimus has broadband, home phone and entertainment bundles for you.

What you need to know about iPrimus fixed wireless NBN plans

iPrimus offers fixed wireless NBN connections to Australian residents living in areas where the NBN fibre network will not reach. Fixed wireless connections come with all the same inclusions as regular NBN plans from iPrimus, though due to the limitations of fixed wireless technology, they only support Basic (nbn12) and Standard Plus (nbn50) NBN connections.

All iPrimus fixed wireless plans come bundled with a home phone service delivered using voice over IP (VoIP) technology. Standard phone and broadband plans are available on 24-month, 12-month and month-to-month contracts. The monthly cost of the plans is the same regardless of contract length. iPrimus also offers an entertainment bundle that includes a Fetch subscription, a single Fetch Premium channel pack and a Fetch Mighty set-top box along with a broadband and home phone service, though this plan is only available on a 24-month contract.

By contracting for 24 months on any iPrimus fixed wireless plan, you're eligible for a sign-up bonus of extra data on capped plans or additional call inclusions both within Australia and internationally.

What are the different iPrimus fixed wireless NBN plans?

iPrimus has three main fixed wireless plans on offer: a 100GB plan, an unlimited data plan and an entertainment bundle with unlimited data and Fetch. All three are available with a Basic (nbn12) or Standard Plus (nbn50) connection.

Call inclusions differ depending on both plan type and Internet speed. The 100GB plan comes with pay-as-you-go calls on all speed tiers, while the unlimited and entertainment plans offer the same on a Basic NBN connection. However, on a Standard Plus connection, the unlimited and entertainment plans add in unlimited local and national landline calls.

How much do iPrimus fixed wireless NBN plans cost?

On a Basic NBN connection, the three basic iPrimus fixed wireless plans start at a month for the 100GB plan, a month for the unlimited plan and a month for the entertainment bundle. If you're looking for something a little faster, upgrading to a Standard Plus connection will set you back an extra $10 a month on any of these plans.

While different contract lengths don't affect your monthly bill, signing up for a shorter-term contract on the 100GB or unlimited data plans will mean paying more for an iPrimus-supplied modem if you don't already have an NBN-ready one handy. On a month-to-month contract, the modem will cost you $100, while on a 12-month contract, you'll be looking at $60. If you sign up for 24 months, iPrimus will throw the modem in for free.

Should you want to cancel your 12-month or 24-month fixed wireless plan before the full term is up, you'll have to pay an early termination fee. On the 100GB and unlimited data plans, this can be as much as $300 depending on how long you have left on your contract. For the entertainment bundle, the maximum early termination fee is $300 plus $8 for every remaining month on your contract to cover the cost of the Fetch set-top box.

iPrimus doesn't charge any set-up fees for its fixed wireless plans, but you will have to pay an activation fee of $55 if you sign up for the entertainment bundle.

If you go over your monthly data cap on the 100GB plan, you won't be charged excess usage fees. Instead, iPrimus will slow your Internet speed down to 256kbps for the remainder of your current billing cycle.

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