NBN Tier 2 200GB MyNetFone Basic broadband plan - Speed up to 25/5 Mbps
|Data amount per month||200 GB then speed limited to 256kbps|
|Total monthly cost||$59.99|
|Contract length||12 Months|
|Set Up Fee||$49.00|
|Peak GB||100 GB|
|Off Peak GB||100 GB|
|Cost per 1MB of included data||$0.00025|
Minimum total cost
MyNetFone NBN Internet Service
The roll out the of the National Broadband Network (NBN) is underway, giving more and more people a choice of provider, internet speed and even associated phone service.
MyNetFone's NBN plans give you flexiblity to combine the speed you want with a data quota that suits your needs.
MyNetFone has simplified the multiple speed and quota options available with the NBN- all you have to do is select your desired speed, then how much quota you need.
All our NBN plans come with a NBN Voice Basic phone service. This is a pay as you go VoIP phone plan that allows you to make the most of your new NBN connection for your phone calls, with no line rental fees.
Free All-in-One Modem/Router:
Receive a free NBN ready, TP-Link TD-VG3631 Modem/Router. Shipping fee of $16.95 applies
Important Information about NBN Speeds:
Because of the way the internet works, the speed of your NBN internet service will vary. This means that although the maximum theoretical speed of a NBN service might be 100Mbps, the actual speed of the service will be slower. This is because internet speed is affected by factors such as:
- the plan you choose and whether or not you have been shaped;
- the number of other people in your area using NBN;
- the network connections between MyNetFone and your computer.
The way that you use your NBN internet at home also affects the speed that you experience. This includes things like:
- the number of computers (or other devices) that share your NBN internet connection;
- your hardware/software capability and configuration - for example, whether or not your modem and/or router can support speeds up to 100Mbps;
- how you connect to the NBN internet - for example, whether you connect via your wireless home network or through an ethernet cable;
- the webpages you browse, the type of content you download, where the pages/content are located, and the computer you are using.