Compare MyRepublic NBN plans

Matt Sayer 17 May 2017 NEWS

If speed is your number one priority, MyRepublic has you sorted.

What you need to know about MyRepublic NBN plans

As the first Internet provider purpose-built for the NBN, MyRepublic is all about speed. Its network has been specifically designed to deliver high performance for the most demanding of online activities ranging from streaming video to online gaming. Now, following its success in Singapore, Indonesia and New Zealand, MyRepublic is bringing its uncompromising Internet service Down Under.

In keeping with its agile attitude, MyRepublic offers all its NBN services on commitment-free month-to-month contracts as well as traditional 12-month contracts. Each service also comes with a pay-as-you-go Voice over IP (VoIP) phone service delivered through the NBN.

What are the different MyRepublic NBN plans?

True to its word, MyRepublic offers only a single SuperFast NBN plan with the fastest speed the infrastructure supports: 100Mbps. Slower speeds are not available, although you'll want to keep in mind that 100Mbps is a theoretical maximum speed only, and the actual speed you'll get at your house will depend on the NBN technology available at your address.

In addition to top-shelf speed, MyRepublic's lone NBN plan comes with unlimited data use every month. You'll also get the basic pay-as-you-go VoIP phone service, which you can upgrade with optional call packs. Packs include unlimited local and national calls, unlimited mobile calls, and unlimited international calls to over 40 countries across the world.

If you're a keen gamer, you can upgrade MyRepublic's standard NBN plan to the Gamer Pro version, which will optimise your Internet for faster connections to key gaming servers around the world. This should reduce latency in online matches, although factors outside of MyRepublic's control means it cannot guarantee a latency-free experience every time. The Gamer Pro plan also gets you a static IP address, allowing you to host your own online games.

How much do MyRepublic NBN plans cost?

MyRepublic's NBN plans are not only some of the fastest available, they're among the most affordable at that tier. On a 12-month contract, the standard SuperFast plan will set you back $59.99 a month, while opting for a month-to-month contract will increase that to $69.99 a month. If you want to go with the Gamer Pro plan, you'll have to sign on for a full 12 months at $69.99 a month.

To upgrade your phone service, you can add on a few different call packs. An extra $10 a month will get you unlimited local and national calls; an extra $20 a month will get you unlimited local, national, and Australian mobile calls; and an extra $30 a month will get you all that plus unlimited calls to these 40 countries across the globe.

While MyRepublic doesn't charge an installation fee, you'll have to purchase one of the provider's modems to make use of the service. On month-to-month contracts, this will set you back $99, but if you pick a 12-month or Gamer Pro contract, it'll drop down to a measly $1. The catch here is that you'll have to pay an early termination fee of $199 if you cancel your 12-month contract before the year is up. You can cancel month-to-month contracts at any time without additional charge.

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