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Switch to NBN 100 and save with the cheapest plan on the market

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This exclusive deal means you get the cheapest NBN 100 plan that is available on Finder.

To save on your NBN plan for the next 6 months, a new offer from Flip that's exclusive to Finder customers might do the trick.

This deal from Flip offers an NBN 100 plan for $65 a month for the first 6 months, a saving of $14.90 a month. After the promo period ends, the price reverts to the standard $79.90 a month.

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This offer ends 31 December 2023 and is available to new customers connecting to Flip for the first time only.

This plan also offers:

  • Unlimited data
  • No lock-in contract
  • Typical evening speed of 97Mbps. This is the speed you'll get during the busy hours of the day - 7pm-11pm.

NBN 100 plans are gaining in popularity and are suitable for a household of 4-5 people, or according to Flip, those using 6-9 devices online at the same time.

How does Flip's exclusive offer stack up?

Flip has a reputation as a budget NBN provider, so is already known for its cheap plans.

This offer works out to be the cheapest NBN 100 plan on Finder this month.

You'll pay $390 across the 6 month promo period for the Finder exclusive from Flip.

The next cheapest, including promo offers, is MATE's NBN 100 plan, which costs $410 over 6 months.

The most expensive NBN 100 plan by comparison is Sumo's NBN 100 plan at $105 a month, or $630 across 6 months. That makes a difference of $240 for the 6 months between it and the Flip promotion.

Is there a catch to this deal?

The only thing to keep in mind is that the discount ends after the first 6 months. After that, you'll pay $79.90. a month for the remaining time you stay with Flip.

With NBN costs rising, NBN 100 plans are getting cheaper and approaching the price of NBN 50 plans. NBN 100 plans are theoretically twice as fast as NBN 50 plans, and now you can upgrade to quicker speeds for a small price.

For instance, Flip's NBN 50 plan is $59 a month compared to the $65 a month for this deal. This offer gets you twice the speed with only a 10% difference in price between the plans of $6 a month, during the promotion. Afterwards, the difference is $20.90 per month.

Compare NBN plans to find the best deal, with more exclusive offers available via Finder.

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    PHILMarch 5, 2024

    HI FRANK,
    I AM CURRENTLY WITH AN INTERNET PROVIDER OPTUS WHO IS CHARGING ME $90 A MONTH PLUS ACCOUNT KEEPING FEE OF $4 EACH MONTH. NOT IMPRESSED. CHARGING ME AN EXTRA $52 FOR ME TO BE A CUSTOMER ON TOP OF AN EXPENSIVE $90 PER MONTH-TO-MONTH SERVICE. ALSO, THEY HAVE A DEAL OF $75 PER MONTH CURRENTLY IF YOU SIGN UP FOR 3X YEARS. ARE THEY LOCKED INTO THAT PRICE OF $75 FOR 3X YEARS?
    ALSO BEING WITH THEM SO LONG WE WOULD OWN THE MODEM THEREFORE WOULD NOT HAVE TO PAY $381 FOR THE 1ST MONTH AS THE $381 WOULD BE THE COST FOR A MODEM I BELIEVE AND ALSO, WE ARE ALREADY WITH THEM.
    MY CONCERN IS THE COMPLEXITIES OF CHANGING NBN SERVICE PROVIDERS.
    CURRENTLY WE HAVE A WORK FROM HOME A FEW DAYS OF THE WEEK AND CANNOT AFFORD TO HAVE NO INTERNET FOR DAYS AND DAYS WHILE THE NEW NBN SERVICE PROVIDER TAKES THEIR TIME TO SET US UP. I SADLY IT IS NEVER IS PLUG AND USE. THEY WANT YOU TO SET UP STUFF ON YOUR COMPUTER ETC. NEVER WORKS FIRST TIME.
    DO YOU HAVE A SET UP STRATEGY OR ANY IDEAS ON HOW TO BEST APPROACH SWITCHING PROVIDERS?

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      SarahMarch 15, 2024Finder

      Hi Phil,

      I can relate to many of your frustrations! It is very difficult changing providers and dealing with “downtime”. One option you may be able to use, is to tether your own mobile phone to your computer/laptop and use that to cover your internet requirements during any transition with your internet provider.

      Regarding your question, yes, if you sign up for 3 years, you will be locked into a contract for 3 years and if you wish to leave earlier than that, you will need to pay out the remaining months/years.

      Considering you’re a long-term customer, you could try calling them and asking whether they can offer you a better deal as recognition of your long-term business? If they’re not willing to negotiate, consider shopping around for a better deal – you can review some options here: https://www.finder.com.au/broadband-plans/nbn

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    FrankDecember 16, 2023

    Im unsure if I own my modem ? Is it typical to have to send back the existing modem to your existing broadband provider ?

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      MarkJanuary 9, 2024Finder

      Hi Frank,
      You’d have to contact your internet provider to see if you own your modem.
      It depends on how long you’ve been with an internet provider as to whether you’d need to return your modem. Usually when internet providers offer a free modem, you have to stay connected with them for a certain period of time (eg 24 or 36 months) for them to waive the cost. If you leave before that time, they will usually require you to return the modem. Otherwise you will have to pay a fee that is usually a certain amount per month, multiplied by the number of months remaining before that period ends.
      Hope this helps.

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