Compare Telstra’s NBN plans

Nick Broughall 27 February 2017

The country's largest ISP has a big role to play with its NBN rollout, including a range of NBN plans.


What you need to know about Telstra's NBN plans

As the country's largest telecommunications provider, Telstra offers a range of NBN plans to suit most Australians. Telstra has positioned itself as much as an entertainment brand as a telco these days, so it's not surprising that many of the company's NBN bundles come with entertainment devices and subscriptions to accompany the contract term.

Telstra's contracts are 24-months long, although it has launched a series of month-to-month NBN plans for users wanting to take advantage of the telco's phone and Internet bundle offerings without locked-in contracts.

If you do opt for a 24-month NBN contract with Telstra, you can incorporate some form of entertainment solution into your package, like a subscription to Foxtel or a Telstra TV device and some free movie rentals from BigPond movies. The inclusion varies depending on your plan choice.

What are the different Telstra NBN bundles?

Telstra categorizes its plans by data allowance, with variants based on the speed boost you choose. The different speed tiers also come with different entertainment solutions, which can make choosing the best Telstra NBN plan slightly more challenging.

Telstra offers NBN broadband bundles with data limits of 500GB, 1000GB and 2000GB. Telstra offers plans on the nbn25, nbn50 and nbn100 speed tiers, although the type of connection you'll be able to access will depend on the NBN technology available at your address.

How much do Telstra's NBN plans cost?

Telstra has always charged a premium for its services, which it has justified as a mark of quality in its offerings. For its NBN plans, Telstra still steers its plans to the premium end of the market, but it justifies the price with additional entertainment services bundled into its plans.

Telstra's NBN plans start at $80 a month and range up to $120, though the inclusions on those plans vary greatly.


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