Moose Mobile launches NBN plans: Are they any good?
Its fast NBN plans include unlimited data, no lock-in contracts and a 10-day satisfaction guarantee.
Moose Mobile's taken a leap and launched itself into the NBN arena with a small range of Internet plans to suit different budgets and needs for speed.
Prices start from $64.80 per month for 25Mbps speeds and go up to $94.80 per month for 100Mbps.
All Internet plans come with unlimited data.
Moose Mobile's impressed us so much with its range of postpaid SIM only plans that it won the 2021 Finder Award. Is it going to continue to impress us with its NBN plans as well? Let's take a look.
Full cost breakdown of Moose Mobile's NBN plans
Depending on which speed tier you choose, here's how much you can expect to pay for Moose Mobile's NBN plan.
- NBN 25: $64.80 per month
- NBN 50: $74.80 per month
- NBN 100: $94.80 per month
- NBN 250: $118.80 per month (only available at certain addresses)
Modem cost: If you don't have your own modem, you will need to pay an additional $99 when you sign up with Moose Mobile.
What NBN speeds should you expect?
Moose Mobile isn't holding back. You can expect the maximum speeds on any of the speed tiers that you sign up for.
Perks and features of Moose Mobile's NBN plans
If you decide to sign up for one of its NBN plans, you can expect the following:
- The option to BYO modem
- No lock-in contract
- 10-day satisfaction guarantee (get a full refund if you're unhappy with your connection, modem included)
- Australian customer support
Are Moose Mobile's NBN plans worth it?
Based on speed alone, Moose Mobile's got all the edge it needs to compete with the big dogs.
Its prices aren't too bad either, coming out below average across each speed tier compared to similar plans on Finder.
Here's a breakdown of Moose's prices versus the average per month. Keep in mind we haven't taken into account any offers.
|NBN plan||Moose Mobile pricing per month||Average price on Finder per month|
However, Most NBN providers commonly sling 6-month discounts, which make their prices even cheaper.
For example, Tangerine offers one of the cheapest NBN 50 plans on Finder. You pay $54.90 per month for the first 6 months and then $69.90 per month ongoing. You also have access to a 14-day free trial.
If Moose Mobile ends up following its lead, or even offers bundling discounts for mobile and Internet, it may be one to watch out for.
See how Moose Mobile's NBN plans stack up against the rest.