Can I get a no-contract broadband plan?
- Many providers willing to provide 0 month contracts
- Higher connection fees
- Usually free modems not included
Month-to-month, or no-contract, plans for ADSL and ADSL2+ broadband connections do exist, although they are less common than on Mobile Wireless plans. Pre-paid plans will only be found on Mobile Broadband.
Internode offers either a month-to-month contract or a 24-month contract on all ADSL2+ plans. On a month-to-month contract, customers don't have to worry about cancellation fees. However, Internode offers a discount on the set-up fee for customers willing to commit to a 24-month contract.
On a 0-month contract, Internode charges a $129 set-up fee for new customers.
Internode has some great value deals with plenty of data – especially the Naked DSL plans. Give us a call on 1300 106 571 for more details on Internode plans.
Club Telco is a newer Internet Service Provider (ISP) brand with a goal to simplify the broadband market. Club Telco only offers three ADSL2+ plans, on a month-to-month basis, with no set-up fee. Data quotas are generous, from a budget plan of 10GB to unlimited.
In order to access these deals, customers must become members for $50 a year. However, members also benefit from savings on groceries purchased at Coles, cinema tickets, Borders and other places. Give Club Telco a call on 1300 138 155 to find out if becoming a member could benefit you.
MyNetFone provides Naked DSL at excellent prices, meaning that they provide only a broadband signal over a standard telephone line- without the need to pay for an additional line rental. But for customers in regional areas, they can provide regular ADSL on active Telstra lines. Their best value plan is $60 for 500GB.
MyNetFone offer 24, 12 or 0 month contract options, with the 0 month option attracting a $199 connection fee. Call MyNetFone on 1300 421 046.