Compare SpinTel ADSL2+ plans and bundles

If you can't get connected to the NBN just yet, SpinTel has a range of ADSL2+ plans and bundles to keep you online.

What you need to know about SpinTel ADSL2+ plans

The National Broadband Network (NBN) is rapidly approaching the halfway point of its rollout, which means that more than half of Australia is still waiting to connect to the NBN. If you fall into this category, SpinTel offers a range of ADSL2+ bundles and plans to ensure you remain connected to the World Wide Web.

Just like SpinTel's NBN plans, the ADSL2+ bundles include a range of customisable features, from data allowance to modem inclusion. Because of the limitation of ADSL technology, there's no option for speed tiers, but ADSL customers do have the ability to bring their own modem.
SpinTel does offer ADSL2+ connections both with and without a home phone inclusion, though the bundles are slightly cheaper than the exclusive broadband offering, so it may be better to opt for a bundle and simply avoid using the phone line.

What are the different SpinTel ADSL2+ bundles?

SpinTel offers ADSL services across the country, although deals are complicated by the fact that it offers different pricing tiers for urban, metro and regional areas.

As such, SpinTel offers three ADSL plans, with different pricing and data allowances depending on your location and the length of your contract.

  • 200GB per month along with home phone line rental on a month-by-month contract for (urban/metro) or (regional)
  • 500GB per month along with home phone line rental on an 18-month contract for $44.95 (urban/metro) or (regional)
  • Unlimited data along with home phone line rental on a month-to-month or 18-month contract for $54.95 (urban/metro) or (regional)

Set-up fees also vary. In metro and regional areas, you'll pay a $49 set-up fee on a month-to-month deal or $0 with a $49 credit on an 18-month plan. In urban areas, SpinTel drops the set-up fee on month-to-month deals.

Like SpinTel's NBN deals, unless you bring your own modem, you'll pay $49 for a NetComm NF10WV modem or $99.95 for the more advanced NetComm NF18ACV. Either is $15 for delivery, with no discounts on the modem if you sign up for an 18-month contract (but you do get that $49 credit).

No home phone line is included by default with SpinTel's ADSL plans. Instead, you'll need to pay an extra $24.95 a month for line rental. The basic line rental comes with pay-as-you-go calls, or you can pay an extra $10 a month for unlimited local, national and mobile calls.

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