Compare Home Wi-Fi Broadband Plans

Access the internet from multiple devices wirelessly from home

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BENEFITS
  • Connect multiple devices without wires
  • Access the internet in any room in the home
  • Perfect for tablets and laptops
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A Wi-Fi broadband internet connection is where you have a wireless network within your home. The best type of Wi-Fi network is made with a fixed connection service such as ADSL2+, Naked, Cable or NBN broadband connections, via a Wi-Fi enabled modem router.

  • Belong Broadband Plans
  • FOXTEL Broadband Plans
  • iPrimus Broadband Plans
  • MATE Broadband Plans
  • MyNetFone Broadband Plans
  • Optus Broadband Plans
  • Telstra Broadband Plans
  • TPG Broadband Plans
Compare Broadband compares plans from the above providers. Not all plans available from these providers are compared by Compare Broadband and depending on your location or service availability not all plans may be available to all customers.

 

ADSL2+ 50GB TPG broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 50 GB

25 GB On-Peak / 25 GB Off-Peak

12 months / $29.99 Per Month

ADSL2+ 50GB TPG broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 50 GB

25 GB On-Peak / 25 GB Off-Peak

18 months / $29.99 Per Month

ADSL2+ 100GB Belong broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 100 GB

12 months / $35.00 Per Month

ADSL2+ 300GB iPrimus broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 300 GB

Month to month / $39.90 Per Month

ADSL2+ 300GB iPrimus broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 300 GB

12 months / $39.90 Per Month

ADSL2+ 100GB Belong broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 100 GB

Month to month / $40.00 Per Month

Naked DSL 500GB Economy MyNetFone broadband plan Broadband only

Naked DSL / 500 GB

250 GB On-Peak / 250 GB Off-Peak

Month to month / $49.95 Per Month

Naked DSL 500GB Economy MyNetFone broadband plan Broadband only

Naked DSL / 500 GB

250 GB On-Peak / 250 GB Off-Peak

12 months / $49.95 Per Month

Unlimited MATE Good Mates broadband plan on the NBN - Speed up to 12/1 Mbps Broadband only

NBN / Unlimited

Month to month / $59.00 Per Month

Unlimited MATE Good Mates broadband plan including home phone on the NBN - Speed up to 12/1 Mbps Home Phone

NBN / Unlimited

Month to month / $68.00 Per Month

Optus $80 My Broadband Plan Cable Broadband only

Cable / Unlimited

24 months / $80.00 Per Month


Includes $125 start-up fee
Optus $80 My Broadband Plan NBN Broadband only

NBN / Unlimited

24 months / $80.00 Per Month


Includes $0.00 start-up fee

How to access Wi-Fi

You can either buy your Wi-Fi enabled ADSL, cable or NBN modem from an electronics shop, or you can purchase it through your Internet Service Provider (ISP). The advantage of buying it from your ISP is that the device often comes pre-programmed with your username and password (so all you have to do is plug it in), and the company may be obligated to offer you technical support if any issues arise.

Wi-Fi networks are ideal for people who have a laptop, notebook, tablet computer, or an internet-ready smartphone they want to be able to use in more than one location around the home. With a wireless network, multiple users can access the internet at the same time. Another major advantage with Wi-Fi is you never need to worry about tripping over an Ethernet cable.

To create a good Wi-Fi network you need to have a fast broadband speed. The minimum speed should be 1500kbps on ADSL1, but an 8000kbps speed, ADSL2+ (up to 24Mbps), cable (up to 30Mbps), or NBN (up to 100MBPS) connection speed will ensure you can connect numerous devices to the one signal simultaneously. You’ll never need to worry about waiting for a web page or video to load up.

When you can’t get a fixed line connection, but need to create a Wi-Fi network at home, a Mobile Wireless Wi-Fi USB modem will be your fallback option. This Wi-Fi network is not as stable as a fixed line connection, as it can drop out like a mobile phone’s reception. 

Mobile broadband speeds are also much slower than with ADSL, cable or NBN, because the more people there are using the mobile phone tower, the less speed you’ll receive.