Compare Mate ADSL plans

While you wait for the NBN rollout to reach your address, you can compare ADSL plans from Mate.


What you need to know about Mate ADSL plans

Mate's business philosophy is based around combining simple, affordable plans with no lock-in contracts and a local support team. Mate ADSL plans are no different.

Mate has split its ADSL plans into those for city customers and those for country customers. Regardless of which category you fall into, you have the option of purchasing a standalone broadband plan (you will need an active phone line from another provider) or a home phone line bundle.

Mate's simple plans are backed by an Australian support team and the promise of no hidden fees or lock-in contracts.

What are the different Mate ADSL bundles?

As with the company's NBN plans, Mate's ADSL plans are remarkably simple. The same service is offered nationwide, though it's priced differently for city and country services. The services are available both as a bundle with a home phone service included as well as a standalone package for customers that already have an active Telstra phone line. The bundles also include unlimited local and national calls within Australia.

    Bundle plans:

    • Unlimited ADSL Bundle City Mates for $69 a month
    • Unlimited ADSL Bundle Country Mates for $99 a month

    Standalone ADSL plans

    If you have a Telstra home phone line already, the unbundled service may be preferable.

    • ADSL Standalone City Mates for $49 a month
    • ADSL Standalone Country Mates for $59 a month

    Each ADSL plan is offered with a $10 per month discount for the first six months of the service, reverting back to the full price listed above after that time. Like the NBN offers, you can only get that deal if you're a new customer. There's also free migration to the NBN when it arrives.

    Customers can opt for a pre-configured modem (a Netcomm NF18ACV) for $149 at sign-up, or they can bring their own compatible modem at no charge. No set-up fee is charged by Mate.


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