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EOFY internet and NBN deals so good you’ll do your tax returns early

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EOFY deal or not, there are heaps of NBN and home wireless internet offers to grab while they're still hot from Optus, Aussie Broadband, Dodo, iiNet and more.

And by that we mean, time's of the essence, especially since NBN prices are getting bumped by several providers from July 2024 and we want you to start saving.

It's also a great time to switch if you want to test out faster speeds, which are becoming slightly cheaper compared to lower speed tiers.

The best bit is there's no lock-in contract so you don't have to commit long term and all the offers come with unlimited data.

Optus EOFY NBN and home internet deals

We've rounded up some of our favourite EOFY deals from one of Australia's more reliable NBN providers, as per the ACCC's latest broadband performance report.

PlanDeal
Optus Plus Everyday Fast (NBN 100)$79 a month for 6 months, then $99 ongoing
Optus Plus Family Entertainer Fast (NBN 100)$99 a month for 6 months, then $119 ongoing (includes Netflix subscription RRP $16.99)
Optus Plus Everyday Superfast (NBN 250)$89 a month for 6 months, then $119 ongoing
Optus Plus Family Entertainer Superfast (NBN 250)$109 a month for 6 months, then $139 ongoing

Keep in mind that NBN 250 is generally only available to households with an FTTP or HFC NBN connection.

The deals end on 30 June. You can explore all EOFY offers from Optus in our guide if none of these take to your liking.

Dodo serves up NBN and energy bundling discounts plus more

Before we jump into bundling discounts, here's a look at Dodo's general internet deals to get you in the mood to switch by 25 June.

PlanDeal
NBN 25$60 a month for the first 6 months, then $65 ongoing
NBN 50$65 a month for the first 6 months, then $80 ongoing
NBN 100$70 a month for the first 6 months, then $85 ongoing
NBN 250$85 a month for the first 6 months, then $110 ongoing

You can BYO modem but if you're in the market for a new one, then Dodo's hard to look past. It's offering one of the cheapest modems from NBN providers on Finder at $79.

Those living in VIC and NSW can bundle internet and energy plans with Dodo and get up to $10 off on their NBN plan. Queenslanders will receive a $5 a month discount.

iiNet EOFY deals on 5G home internet and NBN

iiNet is another household name in the internet space and it's currently running offers until 2 July.

PlanDealI'm keen!
NBN 100$79.99 a month for the first 6 months, then $89.99 ongoing
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NBN 250 (Superfast)$89.99 a month for the first 6 months, then $99.99 ongoing
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5G Home Broadband Plus (50Mbps download speed)$49.99 a month for the first 6 months, the $59.99 ongoing
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5G Home Broadband Premium (100Mbps download speed)$59.99 a month for the first 6 months, then $69.99 ongoing
Get deal

5G home internet is only available if your address is covered by 5G. When you start the sign-up address and pop in your address, iiNet will let you know if you're eligible to sign up or not.

It can be a good alternative if you're unhappy with your NBN connection.

You can always read up more on home wireless internet before committing.

Don't snooze on Tangerine's juiciest offers

Tangerine may be a smaller internet provider, but it keeps hitting home runs by frequently slinging 6-month sign-up deals.

Right now is no different as it knocks off $20 per month for half the year.

PlanDealI'm keen!
Value (NBN 25)$49.90 a month for 6 months, then $64.90 ongoing
Get deal
Value Plus (NBN 50)$59.90 a month for 6 months, then $79.90 ongoing
Get deal
Speedy (NBN 100)$64.90 a month for 6 months, then $84.90 ongoing
Get deal
Superspeedy (NBN 250)$84.90 for 6 months, then $104.90 ongoing
Get deal

Southern Phone EOFY internet deals

You'll get some of the best prices from Southern Phone for a bunch of different NBN speed tiers including:

PlanDeal
NBN 25$55 a month for 6 months, then $65 ongoing
NBN 100$65 a month for 6 months, then $85 ongoing
NBN 250$85 a month for 6 months, then $95 ongoing

Its offers end on 25 June for NBN 100 and NBN 250, and 30 June for NBN 25.

Get your first month free with TPG

Yep, you heard it right. TPG's offering the first month for $0 across its range of NBN plans. Some standout options include:

PlanDeal
Value (NBN 25)$49.90 a month for 6 months, then $64.90 ongoing
Value Plus (NBN 50)$59.90 a month for 6 months, then $79.90 ongoing

You'll need to sign up by 25 June, or 30 June for NBN 25.

Aussie Broadband goes big on customer service and deals

We all know by now that Aussie Broadband's earned its reputation for customer service, as backed by its Best of the Best Customer Satisfaction Award from Roy Morgan.

Here's a rundown of some of its popular NBN plans that are currently on sale until 30 June.

PlanDeal
NBN 100$85 a month for the first 6 months, then $95 ongoing
NBN 250$99 a month for the first 6 months, then $119 ongoing

Swoop Broadband offer only through Finder

Haven't heard of Swoop? That's okay. It's offering just as fast speeds as the rest of the lot. Right now you can test it out for cheaper an offer only available via Finder.

Get on its NBN 100 plan for $69 a month for the first 6 months, then $94 a month ongoing.

Swoop NBN Home Fast Finder Exclusive

100 Mbps
Typical evening speed
Unlimited
Data
$69
per month for 6 months
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Get this plan for $69/mth for the first 6 months, then $94/mth. Use promo code FINDER25. Eligibility criteria, T&Cs apply. Ends 31.7.24

Not found what you're looking for or want to pay even less? Compare cheap broadband plans on Finder for more options.

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