ADSL2+ plans with no contract or short-term broadband deals

  • Many providers offer either no fixed-term or six-month commitment periods.
  • Customers who are eligible for a phone service with TPG will not only receive a massive discount on line rental
  • Mate offers customers plenty of flexibility with no fixed-term contract for their NBN and ADSL plans.

With rental properties gaining popularity in Australia’s housing market, it’s understandable that many Australians are preferring to go with a short-term contract or no contract at all.

Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are constantly releasing new broadband plans, and NBN is also in the process of being rolled out across Australia. You may not want to be left behind while you see out your 24-month contract before you can sign up to a better deal.

Many providers offer either no fixed-term or six-month commitment periods. While they may require you to pay a higher setup fee than if you were to opt for a longer contract period, the flexibility might be worth it. After all, the cost of a higher setup fee will almost certainly be cheaper than paying a cancellation or relocation fee if you decide to move to a new home. 

Below, we have compiled some of the best short term ADSL2+ standalone, bundled and Naked DSL plans that might be what you need right now.

TPG six-month ADSL2+ Plan

Customers who are eligible for a phone service with 
TPG will not only receive a massive discount on line rental, but you can also opt for a short six-month contract for a setup fee of only $129.95 (modem not included). 

The bundle plans start at $49.99 per month for 50GB which is more than enough for a moderate user, with an unlimited plan being more suitable for heavy or multiple user circumstances for only $20 more per month.

Mate month-to-month ADSL2+ Plan

Mate offers customers plenty of flexibility with no fixed-term contract for their NBN and ADSL plans. For $69 a month, you can access unlimited data. There are no initial set up fees and you can bring your own modem, otherwise you can buy a modem for $149.

 

Telstra month-to-month ADSL2+ Plan

Telstra customers can enjoy the freedom of a no fixed-term contract whether they choose a standalone ADSL2+ service, with a home phone and broadband bundle package that is built ready for NBN, so switching is a “seamless experience” when the option is available. With no set up fee (Modem fee: $168.00), you can get 500GB for $90 a month which is still relatively competitive for the amount of data on offer.