Tellnet NBN plans

Matt Sayer 23 May 2017

With just one core NBN plan with plenty of customisable options, Tellnet promise to get you online as simply as possible.

What you need to know about Tellnet NBN plans

Signing up with a new Internet provider is often a major hassle. Between sifting through dozens of different plans and poring over the fine print at the bottom of your contract, it's easy to feel like you're in over your head.

Tellnet bills itself as a solution to this problem. By offering a single NBN plan with minimal options and no complicated bundles, the Victorian telco aims to streamline the process of getting online for Aussies all across the country. With the added bonus of a locally-based support team and the flexibility of 12-month and month-to-month contracts, Tellnet is a serious contender in the Australian broadband market.

What are the different Tellnet NBN plans?

If the name didn't already give it away, Tellnet's Unlimited NBN plan comes with unlimited data to use every month. The only choice you need to make is how fast you want your connection to be: either 12Mbps, 25Mbps or 100Mbps. However, as with all NBN services, where you live may limit the Internet speeds available to you.

How much do Tellnet NBN plans cost?

At $59 a month for the default 12Mbps, Tellnet's Unlimited NBN plan is one of the cheapest around. Bumping the speed up to 25Mbps will increase your bill to $79 a month and springing for 100Mbps will cost you $99 a month.

In keeping with its focus on simplicity, Tellnet's Unlimited NBN plan comes with only two more costs to consider. A standard connection fee of $99 applies to all month-to-month contracts, but the fee is waived if you sign up for 12 months. You may, however, be liable for an Early Termination fee of up to $199 if you cancel your 12-month contract before the full year is up. Last of all, if you want to access your NBN service from multiple devices at the same time, Tellnet will sell you a wireless modem router for $99 delivered.

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