Compare NBN plans in Western Australia

Find the ideal high-speed NBN plan for your needs in Western Australia.

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iiNet NBN12 Liimitless 24 Month



Min. Total Cost of $1679.76

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10 Mbps

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What to consider when choosing an NBN plan in Western Australia

NBN rollout in WA

Not sure what the state of the NBN rollout is in your part of Western Australia?

  • What type of connection can I get? The NBN rollout incorporates multiple technologies across Western Australia, including FTTP, FTTN, HFC cable, fixed wireless NBN and NBN satellite. You can't "pick" your NBN technology since it is largely determined by your physical location and the realities of rolling out the network, but the technology available to you does have a significant impact on your likely real-world speeds. For more on how the different technologies stack up, check out our NBN technology comparison.
  • How long do I have to pick my NBN plan? Typically when the NBN rolls into town, there's an 18-month grace period before the existing ADSL/ADSL2+ services are shut down. If the NBN is already active in your area, the clock is ticking and you'll need to make the switch soon if you don't want your broadband services interrupted. Don't panic if the whole process seems bewildering; just have a read of our guide to switching to the NBN for a step-by-step breakdown of what you need to do to get connected.
  • What speed is right for me? Most NBN plans should provide a significant uptick in speed compared to your current ADSL service, unless you live very close to an ADSL2+ exchange. Even there, a higher-speed NBN plan has the capacity to deliver speeds several times that of ADSL. When comparing the different NBN speed tiers, it's important to consider not only your current Internet needs but what your needs might be in a few years, especially if you're getting broadband for a family home where the speeds will be split across all users. For more information on NBN speed tiers, check out our comprehensive guide.
  • Do I want (or need) bundled extras? Most providers will either bundle or sell an NBN-compatible modem alongside their broadband services, but beyond that, do you want or need extra streaming services or fixed-line telephony? Will your telco offer you a discount if you bundle in other services such as mobile, and does that matter to you?

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