Compare Telstra’s NBN plans

The country's largest ISP has plenty to offer NBN customers, from high peak-hour speeds to bundles entertainment options.

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Telstra NBN Home Broadband Unlimited + Streaming Plan 24 Month

$99.00

Monthly

Min. Total Cost of $2475.00

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Unlimited

Data

40 Mbps

Typical peak evening speed

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As the country's largest telecommunications provider, Telstra offers a range of NBN plans to suit a wide variety of Australian broadband users. Telstra positions itself as an entertainment brand as much 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 their Internet service.

Telstra's NBN plans are available on 24-month contracts as well as on a month-to-month basis. This is good news for users wanting to take advantage of the telco's phone and Internet bundle offerings without locking themselves into a fixed-term contract.

If you do opt for a 24-month NBN contract with Telstra, you can add some entertainment into this mix by bundling in a subscription to Foxtel along with a Telstra TV set-top box.

What are the different Telstra NBN bundles?

Telstra categorises its NBN plans by data allowance and Internet speed. At the low end, you can opt for a Standard NBN connection (nbn25) with 100GB of data, or you can go for something a little more versatile with a Standard Plus NBN connection (nbn50) and an unlimited monthly data cap. If that's not enough, you can also purchase a speed boost to get a Premium NBN connection (nbn100). Just bear in mind that, depending on the NBN technology available at your address, you may not have access to all tiers of NBN connection.

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 $69 a month for 100GB of data and $99 for unlimited data along with Telstra TV and a Foxtel Now subscription. Higher speed tiers will increase the monthly rate further.


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Nick is an award-winning journalist with 15 years experience writing about the latest technology. He has edited the Australian versions of some of the country’s leading technology publications, including Gizmodo, TechRadar and T3 magazine, as well as contributing to sites like the Sydney Morning Herald, Cnet, Lifehacker and news.com.au. In 2016 he was awarded the Best Reviewer title at the 14th Annual IT Journalism Awards and has been a finalist for the best reviewer, best consumer technology journalist and best news journalist on multiple occasions over the years. Currently, Nick is the Group Publisher for the Technology and Telco categories at finder and enjoys finding ways to communicate how technology helps to make life better.

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