- OptiComm network is heavily restricted and is only available to recently developed housing estates.
- Activ8Me have the most options available when it comes to OptiComm private network plans.
- Internode OptiComm plans feature unlimited data and are offered on a month-to-month basis.
OptiComm private network is a high-speed alternative to NBN or the fibre cable network which you are most probably already familiar with. The speeds offered by OptiComm network plans are largely similar to the speed tiers of NBN, which means you can choose between 12Mbps, 25Mbps, 50Mbps, and 100Mbps to name a few.
However, the OptiComm network is heavily restricted and is only available to recently developed housing estates. Here’s a quick list of the top providers of OptiComm private network plans.
Aussie Broadband is one of the top providers of OptiComm private network plans. You can choose from plans across eight different speeds namely the 12/1, 25/10, 50/20, 75/20, 100/12, 100/40, 250/50 as well as the Home Ultrafast (1000Mbps upload).
Prices increase as you choose higher speed tiers. Nevertheless, all plans give you the option to acquire a modem for only $249.
Activ8Me has the most options available when it comes to OptiComm private network plans. They have a plan available in four speed tiers named as Standard, Sonic, Supersonic, and Hypersonic. Subscribers can also choose between a plan with a data cap, or a plan with unlimited data, as well as a month-to-month plan or a six-month contract. You can also opt to BYO or purchase a modem from them. However, for the former, you may need to settle a $98 setup fee while for the latter, you may need to pay $150 in case you need to leave your plan early.
iiNet only offers three different OptiComm private network plans and does not include offers under the 12/1 speed tier. All of their plans feature unlimited data and subscribers also get the option to acquire a modem for only $59.95. A $10 delivery fee may also be required.
Internode OptiComm plans feature unlimited data and are offered on a month-to-month basis. There are no upfront setup costs to settle unless you need to purchase a modem from them.
The best part is that you have the freedom to customise your plan with Internode to add some extra features like Fetch. However, this provider doesn’t offer an OptiComm private network plan under the 12/1 speed tier.
With Exetel, you have three OptiComm private network plans to choose from. All Exetel plans offer unlimited data as well as a month-to-month contract. What makes this deal a steal is that you don’t have to pay any activation fee in either of the plans offered.
There is even the option for you to add a call pack that already includes a modem for only $10 a month. From there, you will already be able to make landline and mobile calls, as well as international calls.
These are only some of the top providers of OptiComm private network plans. However, their services are currently limited and only offered in recently developed housing estates. This means that if you are outside the OptiComm zone, then you wouldn’t be able to enjoy any of their plans.
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