Compare Superloop NBN plans

From a niche Adelaide telco to a nationwide NBN provider, Superloop is growing fast.

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What you need to know about Superloop NBN plans

When NuSkope was founded in 2007, its primary goal was to deliver high-speed wireless Internet to areas of Adelaide typically branded as broadband blackspots. In the years since, not only has NuSkope achieved this, it has expanded its operations to include nationwide delivery of the NBN. In 2017, it was acquired by Superloop Broadband, and in 2019 NuSkope's broadband plans took on the Superloop branding.

Superloop's NBN plans offer a basic fibre Internet connection on a month-to-month contract, giving you the freedom to sign up without locking yourself in for the long haul.

What are the different Superloop NBN plans?

Superloop offers two main data caps with its NBN plans: 500GB and unlimited. Speed-wise, it supports Standard Plus (nbn50) and Premium (nbn100) NBN connections.

How much do Superloop NBN plans cost?

Superloop's NBN plans lean towards the more expensive end of the market, with a Standard Plus NBN connection and 500GB of monthly data weighing in at $69.95 a month. That jumps up to $74.95 a month for unlimited data. To boost the speed to Premium, you'll be looking at $5 extra a month on the 500GB plan and $10 extra a month on the unlimited plan.

While Superloop will throw in a free NBN modem if you need one, the modem does not come with Wi-Fi capabilities. If you want to set up a wireless home network, Superloop will sell you a basic wireless router for an extra $99.95.

No matter which data cap you choose, you'll never have to pay excess usage fees with Superloop. If you go over your monthly data limit, your Internet speed will simply drop to 256kbps for the rest of the current billing cycle.

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