Compare NuSkope wireless broadband plans

Adelaide's broadband blackspots are vanishing thanks to NuSkope's wireless broadband network.

What you need to know about NuSkope wireless broadband plans

NuSkope does things a little differently to other Internet providers. Instead of relying on underground cables to deliver broadband to its customers across Adelaide, the telco has built its own large-scale wireless network capable of beaming high-speed broadband to areas of the city it previously couldn’t reach.

Exclusive to Adelaide and select regions of South Australia, NuSkope's Fixed Wireless Broadband plans provide a dedicated Internet service with no need for an existing phone line. Instead, you'll need to have line-of-sight from your house to one of NuSkope's transmission towers in order for NuSkope to install the required wireless antenna on your property.

Because NuSkope's network does away with underground cables, you won't be able to bundle in any phone services with its fixed wireless broadband plans. On the upside, NuSkope gives you plenty of choice when it comes to contract length, with all its plans available on month-to-month, 12-month and 24-month contracts.

What are the different NuSkope wireless broadband plans?

NuSkope offers wireless broadband plans for a variety of online needs. For light Internet users, plans start at 40GB of data a month with a maximum speed of 12Mbps. From there, data caps increase to 100GB, 250GB, 450GB, 600GB and 1,000GB. At 250GB and higher, the maximum speed increases too, going up to a peak of 30Mbps. Keep in mind, though, that wireless broadband speeds are affected more drastically by factors such as electrical interference and weather conditions than traditional wired Internet. Your speed may vary significantly from NuSkope's advertised maximums.

All NuSkope's wireless broadband plans also come with a static IP address, giving you the ability to host a website or server on your home network and make it accessible to the Internet at large.

How much do NuSkope wireless broadband plans cost?

Constructing a wireless broadband network from the ground up is a hefty investment, and as such NuSkope prices its plans at a premium compared to similar offerings in the wired space.

40GB of data at 12Mbps will set you back $39.95 a month, with the price increasing to $49.95 a month for 100GB per month. Stepping up to 30Mbps and 250GB a month will bring the cost to $59.95 a month, with $79.95 a month getting you 450GB, $99.95 a month getting you 600GB and $139.95 getting you 1,000GB.

Installing the antenna you'll need to receive wireless broadband doesn't come cheap, either. On a month-to-month contract, you'll have to pay a $249 setup fee to cover the installation, with this dropping to $189.95 and $99.95 on 12-month and 24-month contracts respectively. If your house has an obstructed line-of-sight to the nearest NuSkope transmission tower, you may also need to pay for an extended pole or mast for the antenna, which could cost you up to $220.

Along with the antenna, NuSkope will install a modem at your house for accessing your Internet service. This modem is provided on a rental basis and will need to be returned should you cancel your service. If you want to set up a Wi-Fi network at your home so multiple devices can connect to the Internet at the same time, NuSkope also offers a wireless router for $99.95 with any of its plans.

If you're thinking about signing up for one of NuSkope's longer-term contracts to save money on the setup cost, you'll want to keep in mind that cancelling your service before your full term is up carries a steep compensation fee. On both 12- and 24-month contracts, this can be as much as $500.

At least you won't have to worry about excess data usage fees with NuSkope; if you go over your monthly data cap, your Internet speed will simply drop to 512kbps for the rest of the billing cycle.

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Matt Sayer

Matt is a writer covering the latest tech, telco and video game news at In his downtime from helping Aussies make informed decisions on their broadband, mobile phone, and streaming video plans, he likes exploring rich video game worlds and kicking back with a good book.

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