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Telstra EOFY sale: Is $90 off NBN worth the switch?


Plus $50 off selected devices, 50% off accessories and more.

Tax time is just around the corner which means Telstra's EOFY sale is finally here.

This EOFY, Telstra has put together offers around NBN, prepaid phone handsets and accessories. Here's our top pick out of the lot:

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Telstra NBN 100 for $95 a month for 6 months with no lock-in contract

Get speeds of 100Mbps on Telstra's Upfront Essential NBN 100 plan for $95 a month for the first 6 months then $110 a month after.

Telstra's EOFY sale ends 30 June 2022.

Telstra EOFY NBN offers

Telstra is offering $15 off for 6 months across 4 of its NBN plans, including:

  • Telstra Upfront Essential NBN 50 for $80 a month for 6 months then $95 a month after.
  • Telstra Upfront Essential NBN 100 for $95 a month for 6 months then $110 a month after.
  • Telstra Upfront Essential NBN 250 for $125 a month for 6 months then $140 a month after.
  • Telstra Upfront Essential NBN 1000 for $165 a month for 6 months then $180 a month after.

That's a total saving of $90 over 6 months.

All plans come with the maximum speed available on its speed tier (e.g. 50Mbps for NBN 50, 100Mbps for NBN 100, etc.) except for the NBN 1000 plan that has a typical evening speed of 700Mbps.

  • Note: Telstra's Upfront NBN 250 and NBN 1000 plans are only available at select addresses with FTTP and HFC connections.

Why should I choose a Telstra NBN plan?

Every Telstra NBN plan for new customers includes:

  • A new Telstra Smart Modem 3 with 4G backup
  • 3 months of BINGE Standard subscription
  • 2 months Device Protect free, $10 a month after, including access to the Trend Micro Security Suite
  • Telstra Plus membership to earn points for rewards
  • Good to know: The most recent ACCC broadband performance report shows that Telstra came in fourth, meeting its advertised speeds 98.7% of the time just behind Exetel, Optus and MyRepublic. This means you can trust that you'll get a reliable connection at least 98.7% of the time.

While Telstra plans come with a lot of extra features that smaller providers don't offer, they also come at a much higher cost.

The EOFY discount makes it more affordable, but there are still cheaper deals out there if your budget is tight.

If you're after a simple plan with a reliable connection, another provider might be right for you.

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Telstra EOFY prepaid phone discounts

You can also save $50 off select prepaid phone handsets, including:

  • Telstra Essential Pro, now $79
  • Nokia C30, now $99
  • OPPO A16s, now $199

You can also save on the Telstra 4GX Hotspot at just $89 (including 20GB data) or get a $30 SIM-only kit for $15.

Telstra EOFY accessories offers

Choose from Bluetooth earphones, speakers, power banks, smartwatches and more, including:

  • Pump Air Lite $89, now $49
  • Pump Air X $179, now $89.50
  • Elite 3 $119, now $99
  • Tune 130NC TWS earbuds $149, now $119
  • Galaxy Buds Pro $299, now $199
  • Nomad Tempo Bluetooth speaker $80, now $49

Is the Telstra EOFY sale worth it?

It depends on what you're after. If you're looking to sign up to Australia's biggest telco, then sure, the NBN discount in this EOFY sale makes it more affordable.

But if you're looking for a new phone from Telstra, its EOFY deals this year aren't the strongest.

Telstra's own EOFY offer last year was better than this year's. It included savings on 5G premium handsets and tablets.

Vodafone was the first of the big 3 telcos to drop its EOFY offers and its deals are the best by far. It offers huge savings on premium handsets and double data on its $40 Lite plan.

While not part of the EOFY sale, you can also save $15 off of Vodafone's NBN plans if you already have a mobile phone plan with it.

If you'd like to stick with 1 brand then Vodafone's offer is substantial compared to Telstra.

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