Queensland Internet service providers

Compare Internet service providers in Queensland by using our broadband comparison tools below.

Compare Broadband compares plans from the above providers and can connect you with our participating 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.

If your Internet is often slow, causing problems like video buffering or online gaming lags, it might be time for an upgrade. Finding the best Internet provider in Queensland will depend on your priorities, whether it's cost, speed, or contract flexibility.

That's where Compare Broadband comes in. We have info on all of Queensland's Internet providers, so you can compare plans based on price, speed, customer service, and more.

Comparing providers and plans ensures you get what suits your needs without overspending on services that don't.

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Compare Broadband cannot guarantee that all plans or providers shown will be available at your property address. Connection and plan availability will need to be confirmed by the internet service provider. Additional charges may apply for non-standard connections.


What is the typical cost of internet plans in Queensland?

With a home Internet plan in Queensland, expect to pay anywhere from $60 to $100 per month, depending on the speed, inclusions, and provider you choose.

How do I determine if my location in Queensland is eligible for specific Internet plans or technology?

The easiest way to check the NBN availability in your area is to use our broadband comparison tools at Compare Broadband. Simply enter your address on our website to find out which providers and Internet plans are available in your location, including respective features, prices, and speeds.

Can I bundle my Internet service with other services such as a phone or TV?

Most ISPs allow you to add a home phone service or a mobile phone plan to your Internet for an additional cost. But not all of them offer TV and entertainment bundles. So you would want to check your options before signing up for a new plan.

What type of NBN is best?

The best NBN plan for you depends on several factors including the type of technology available in your location, your Internet usage, speed needs, and budget. But generally, the fastest and most reliable plans are delivered using a fibre-to-the-premise (FTTP) connection which is capable of providing speeds of up to 1000 Mbps.

Are you eligible for a FREE fibre upgrade?

The government is making 1.5 million Australian homes and businesses eligible for a speed upgrade to FTTP (Fibre to the Premises), which offers greater speed and reliability. Selected towns and suburbs with FTTC and FTTN are eligible for the upgrade with an eligible high speed nbn plan.

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