About Bundle Plans
An advantage to getting a bundle plan is you only need to deal with one company if you have an account or technical problem. Each month you’ll get one bill for both services, which can make things easier to budget for financially, as there won’t be two different dates to be concerned with.
The most common home phone and broadband plans in Australian metropolitan locations is an ADSL2+ home phone bundle. Cable and NBN bundle options are also available but not available in all areas.
When comparing home phone and broadband plans you should look at the connection type broadband speed, monthly cost, data limit, contract length, set-up fees, modem fees, included phone calls, shaping speed (what speed the connection slows to when you reach your limit), and on and off-peak times. Some providers now also bundle in streaming TV services with their plans. Each of these points can vary a lot between providers, so it’s good to get a big picture view of what is available, and then go with the plan that suits your specific needs.
Keeping all these factors in mind our consultants can simplify the process and help you find the most suitable plan for your household needs.