UPDATED: Teleron Broadband’s 50 hour sale extended

Brodie Fogg 14 November 2016

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Do we want high broadband speeds at a reasonable price? We do ron ron.

UPDATE: The sale was subsequently extended another 50 hours and now closes at 1:00pm Tuesday, 15 November.


Teleron Broadband is the latest horse in Australia's high-speed broadband race and it believes in making a good first impression. Over the next 50 hours, Teleron is running its 50-50-50 sale. For the next 50 hours, customers can score Teleron's Gold Regular 200GB plan with speeds of 50/20 Mbps for $50 per month on a 12 month contract.

For comparison, Telstra's entry point to 50/20 Mbps speeds will set you back $80 per month with half as much data, 100GB. Whereas Optus will charge you upwards of $80 per month, granted with unlimited data usage.

Teleron's sale is live now and runs until 11:00am Sunday, 13 November. It's also worth noting that Teleron's 50-50-50 deal is only available on a 12-month contract, bringing the total minimum cost to $648.00. Teleron's Gold Regular deal is usually priced at $69 per month, so you're saving $19 a month and $456 over 12 months.

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