Compare NBN plans in South Australia

Find the perfect high speed NBN plan in South Australia.

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iiNet NBN12 Liimitless 24 Month



Min. Total Cost of $1679.76

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10 Mbps

Typical peak evening speed

Not sure what the state of the NBN rollout is in your part of South Australia?
You can check the NBN rollout status for South Australia here.

What to consider when choosing an NBN plan in South Australia

  • Which NBN technology connection can I get? The NBN rollout in South Australia includes multiple different technologies, including FTTP, FTTN, HFC cable, fixed wireless NBN and NBN satellite. You don't have a choice in the NBN technology delivered to your area. This is generally determined by your physical location and the realities of rolling out the network. However, the type of technology you get will determine your likely real-world speeds. For more on how the different technologies stack up, check out our NBN technology comparison here.
  • How long do I have to pick my NBN plan? When the NBN rolls into town, it's the signal for ADSL services to be gradually wound down, typically over an 18-month period. If you're in an already active area, the clock is ticking if you don't want your broadband services interrupted. You cannot opt to simply stay on an ADSL connection, and even if all you want is a phone line, you'll have to switch that over to NBN VoIP as well. Our guide to switching to the NBN should help.
  • What speed tier do I need? The NBN is designed to improve the average broadband speed of all Australians, so in most cases you should be able to opt for a faster broadband package than you currently get with ADSL or other technologies. However, picking the right plan is essential. It's important to consider how long you're contracting for, because your needs in a couple of years are likely to be larger than your needs today, especially if you're getting broadband for a family home where the speeds will be split across all users. For more on NBN speed tiers, check out our comprehensive guide here.
  • Do I want (or need) bundled extras? Most providers will either bundle or sell an NBN-compatible modem, or you can provide your own. Aside from that, consider if having a VoIP-enabled phone line is important to you, or if other entertainment services or discounts for bundling multiple products such as mobile telephony make sense for your circumstances.

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