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If you are looking for speed and reliability all rolled into one, NBN 1000 is the way to go. With download speeds that can potentially go as fast as 1000 Mbps and upload speed of 50Mbps, you have all your browsing, gaming, streaming and online work needs covered.

We have compiled the best NBN 1000 plans from the top providers in Australia. Get the internet connection of your dreams with the fastest NBN plans in the market. 


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Broadband Only
Unlimited Data
1000 Mbps (Home Ultrafast Speed)
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$149/Month
Min total cost $149
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What is NBN 1000?

The National Broadband Network never fails to surprise and keep its clients hyped with its latest products and services.  It has come a long way and offers not one but two of the fastest speed tiers available in Australia - NBN 250 (Superfast) and NBN 1000 (Ultrafast). As the name indicates, the two latest speed tiers offer download speeds of 250Mbps and 1Gbps respectively.

Also known as the Premium Gigabit NBN, the fastest speed tier available via Australia's largest wholesale ISP providers claims to be 10 times faster than NBN 100 and can be accessed nationwide by a limited number of selected residential homes and customers.

NBN 1000 is currently not for everyone. It is quite expensive too, which may not be ideal for smaller Aussie internet service providers and budget-conscious consumers. On top of that, it is only available over a particular NBN connection type. 

How fast is NBN 1000?

As mentioned earlier, NBN 1000 Ultrafast is the fastest internet service tier available in Australia to date. It features a maximum upload speed of 50Mbps and a download speed of 1000Mbps. The Ultrafast service is offered by a majority of larger internet service retailers in Australia - Optus, Telstra, TPG, Aussie Broadband and iiNet. However, the Ultrafast experience also comes with a higher price tag compared to other speed tier plans available from major internet service retailers in the country.

With the current speed offering of NBN 1000, downloading a full-length musical album takes less than a minute. Downloading a full length television show in 1080p can take less than a minute as well. A total of 4 minutes is what it will take to download a 30GB 4K movie while a 90GB video game may take 12 minutes to completely download. 

However, despite the awesome numbers attached with the NBN 1000, remember that real-world upload and download speeds vary. Sellers are still mum in providing an accurate estimate for its typical evening speed, except for Telstra who estimates a maximum speed of 700Mbps for uploads during evening hours between 7pm to 11pm. Aussie Broadband has an estimate of 800-900Mbps speed during off-peak hours. 

Other factors that may affect the upload and download speed of your NBN 1000 plan include the distance of your modem to your WiFi connection, your residence's distance from the local NBN node, and damages on your fixed line connection.

Availability

Majority of NBN providers, such as Telstra, TPG, Optus, and iiNet, offer the service under their brand. Residential NBN 1000 plans, though limited to a few households initially, are available from a handful of providers - Vodafone, Launtely, Jogan, Superloop and Aussie Broadband. Price will however differ mainly depending on the plan inclusions, upload speeds and the service provider. The NBN 1000 is available nationwide, but limited for some residential homes as of to date.

FAQs

Do I need an Ultrafast NBN 1000 plan?

Most of us do not need a gigabit service, at least for now. However, as the demands of technology continuously grow, we may need a faster and more reliable connection in the future to support our more advanced online activities. 

Nevertheless, an Ultrafast NBN plan is your most ideal option now when your household has more than 5 users, all having a huge data appetite. Getting a 1000Mbps service supports an uninterrupted video conference, work-at-home setup, downloading large files, streaming lots of 4K and HD videos, and playing heavy PC or mobile games simultaneously.

How do I get an NBN 1000 connection?

You need to check the NBN connection type available in your area. NBN 1000 only works on Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) and Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC) connections. Contact 1300 106 571 so we can help you verify and find the best internet service based on your budget and needs. 

You may also use our internet comparison tool to compare the best Ultrafast plans in the market.

How much do NBN 1000 plans cost?

On average, prices of NBN 1000 plans go over the $100/month mark. A range of providers offers several plan inclusions causing the monthly rates to vary.

The advertised rates per billing period of Aussie Broadband’s Power House Home Ultrafast NBN 1000/50 plan with unlimited data start at $149. If you get a new modem, you would pay around $15 per billing period as an additional charge.

Kogan's NBN 1000 plan under the brand name Diamond Unlimited features unlimited data tagged at $148.90 per month. A modem is available upfront at $69/device. Kogan currently offers a $134.90 tag price for the next 6 months for new applications. Terms do apply and the offer is available until withdrawn.

Superloop's Ultrafast 1000/50 includes a 3TB data limit for a BYO modem subscription tagged at $149 a month. However, its NBN 1000 plan falls at the mid-range plan.  It's priciest plan on the list is the Unlimited Superfast Plus 250/100 tagged at $209 a month.

Other internet service provider retailers like Launtel offer NBN 1000 at $4.60 per day (starting) that is around $139.91 per month or $1,679 annually. Vodafone prices for its gigabit-speed unlimited data plan start at $155 per month.

As the largest internet service provider, Telstra offers Premium NBN 1000 plans with a massive $180 per billing period price tag. Each plan includes an unlimited data allowance available on a month-to-month contract plus a Telstra modem tagged at $216, available for free with the condition of a 24-month lock in period. 

Availing the NBN 1000 plan may require subscribers to invest in an advanced hardware. A modem/router capable of a consistent NBN 1000 speed is a must. Modems with this feature start at $125 minimum.

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