Unlimited NBN Plans

 

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Do you have the NBN? Do you have a lot of internet users under your roof? Do any of you use the internet on a frequent basis? If so, you might want to consider an unlimited NBN plan. As for finding the unlimited NBN plan that’s best for you  - well, you’re spoilt for choice, because there are a lot of options out there; unlimited plans are so sought after that all the major Australian internet service providers (or ISPs for short) will offer fairly competitive deals on unlimited NBN. Scroll down to have a squiz at a range of different unlimited NBN plans from a range of different providers, including Aussie Broadband, Belong, Dodo, iiNet, iPrimus, MyRepublic, TPG Telstra, and Optus.

 


Belong broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited Data
50 Mbps (Standard Plus Speed)
12 Months
$65/Month
Min total cost $780
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MyRepublic broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited
25 Mbps (Standard Speed)
Month to month
$59/Month
Min total cost $59
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MyRepublic broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited
25 Mbps (Standard Speed)
12 Months
$59/Month
Min total cost $708
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TPG broadband provider logo
Broadband + Home Phone
Unlimited Data
12 Mbps (Basic Speed)
Month to month
$59.99/Month
Min total cost $189.94
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TPG broadband provider logo
Broadband + Home Phone
Unlimited Data
12 Mbps (Basic Speed)
18 Months
$59.99/Month
Min total cost $1109.82
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Dodo broadband provider logo
Broadband + Home Phone
Unlimited
25 Mbps (Standard Speed)
Month to month
$65/Month
Min total cost $209.90
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Belong broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited Data
50 Mbps (Standard Plus Speed)
12 Months
$65/Month
Min total cost $780
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Dodo broadband provider logo
Broadband + Home Phone
Unlimited
25 Mbps (Standard Speed)
12 Months
$65/Month
Min total cost $804.90
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Aussie Broadband broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited Data
25 Mbps (Standard Speed)
Month to month
$69/Month
Min total cost $69
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Belong broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited Data
50 Mbps (Standard Plus Speed)
Month to month
$70/Month
Min total cost $130
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iiNet broadband provider logo
Broadband + Home Phone
Unlimited Data
50 Mbps (Standard Plus Speed)
6 Months
$74.99/Month
Min total cost $509.93
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Do I need an unlimited data NBN plan?

It very much depends on your internet usage and your budget. Does anyone in your household need the internet for TV streaming or online gaming? Or for uploading, downloading, or video chats? If so, it’s a pretty safe bet that you’re eating through a sizable amount of data per month. If you’re on a capped plan at the moment, and you find yourself going over your allocated data amount fairly frequently, then you’re likely copping an excess usage charge - in which case, you’ll probably find it cheaper to upgrade to unlimited plan to accommodate your regular internet activity.  Unlimited plans allow you and the people in your household to use the internet how you want, as much as you want, without having to worry about caps, or excess fees, or your speed being slowed down if you go over your limit.

Conversely, if you’re a light internet user who doesn't do much streaming or uploading and really only hops online to read their email once a day, then it’s highly unlikely that you need an unlimited data plan, and you’re probably better off sticking with a cheaper low data plan rather than spending money on data that you’re not going to use.

Are unlimited data NBN plans expensive?

Like any other broadband plan, unlimited data packs range in price. The good news is that unlimited NBN plans are some of the most commonplace home broadband options going around right now; and with so many different providers offering their own unlimited NBN data deals, it means they generally all try to keep their prices competitive. The main difference between a costly NBN plan and a cheap NBN plan typically boils down to is the NBN speed. Contrary to popular misconception, there is not one set NBN speed, but rather, different NBN speeds that are available in different plans (excluding NBN satellite plans) As such, you tend to pay more for a faster NBN speed.

What are the other differences between unlimited NBN plans?

Besides the speed and the price differences mentioned above, a key difference between many different broadband plans (unlimited NBN or otherwise) is contract length. Broadband contracts usually range between 12 months and 24 months. In exchange for the customer sticking with the provider that long, the provider will usually charge less money per month, and will usually throw in other enticements, such as free modems or set box TV sets. The popular alternative to contract plans is, of course, No Contract plans, which are also commonly referred to as Month to Month plans or Month by Month plans. No Contract plans allow you the freedom to jump ship to a different internet service provider without incurring a charge for breaking a contract. It used to be the standard that No Contract plans were a little bit more expensive than contract plans, because providers obviously prefer their customers to stay with them for at least a year or longer. While this is still the case in some instances, No Contract plans have become popular enough that you can generally find a good No Contract unlimited NBN plan for a similar (if not the same) price as one that comes with a contract.

Can unlimited data NBN plans run out of data?

In a nutshell - no. You should be able to use as much as much data as you need. As mentioned above, you may hit a hurdle if you’re on a lower NBN speed tier, but NBN speed is a different thing to NBN data (and you can always opt for a higher NBN speed tier). There are some broadband provider clauses that cite that their customers are not permitted to breach their “fair use policy”, but this is typically in reference to the customer using that data for fraudulent tuse. In summation - if you pay for unlimited data, you should generally be getting unlimited data!

Aussie Broadband Unlimited NBN Plans

Even though Aussie Broadband have only been around for a comparatively short amount of time, they have already excelled in making a name that is synonymous with reliable NBN broadband. Aussie Broadband do their best to cater to every NBN broadband demographic, from singles to couples to massive families. Their core NBN unlimited plans are Casual, Everyday, Family, and Family Entertainment, which range in price between $69 and $99 a month. Each of these core plans includes:

  • Unlimited Data
  • An Australian Support Team
  • Optional Entertainment (ie. the Fetch Mini Set Top Box that comes as a standard inclusion of the Family Entertainment package).

These plans range from NBN 25/5Mbps  to NBN 100/Mbps, but it’s well worth remembering that Aussie Broadband will allow you the option to build your own plan that better accommodates your specific needs; one of the many reasons that this company is routinely considered a customer favourite.

MyRepublic Unlimited NBN Plans

The rocket in the MyRepublic logo isn’t just empty imagery; this is a broadband provider that is exclusively focussed on fast NBN speeds - something MyRepublic has managed to excel at since they were custom-built to accommodate the NBN! MyRepublic is absolutely great for video streaming and downloading, largely because they use their own web traffic priority optimisation system, and you can sign up for one of their unlimited NBN25 Standard plans for as low as $59 a month (if you BYO modem), with no lock in contract. But if you’re focussed on doing a lot of online gaming, then you should definitely consider the MyRepublic Gamer Pro plan, a deal that is specifically tailored to the super fast speeds that make for smooth online gaming. It was the first internet plan that was optimised for gamers, and it shows. With the Gamer Pro plan, you get:

  • Unlimited Data
  • Custom Routing
  • Static IP
  • Gamer support

Sometimes MyRepublic will also offer add-on accessories with the Gamer Pro plan, such as headsets or consoles. These add-ons are not always available, but at the time of writing, you are able to get a Sennheiser GSP 500 Headset with a 12 month contract for the Gamer Pro 100/20Mbps plan or the Gamer Pro 100/40Mbps plan.

Belong Unlimited NBN Plans

Belong have long been touted as a broadband provider who can offer simple plans at affordable prices. If you want a cheap unlimited NBN plan without additional complications, Belong is a viable choice. All of their plans come with:

  • Unlimited Data
  • Month by Month Options
  • No peak or off-peak limits
  • No hidden charges
  • $80 free mobile credit (at the time of writing)

Belong Unlimited NBN plans range from the Starter Pack ($55 per month) to the Standard Plus ($65 per month) to the Premium ($90 per month), and they will throw in a free Wi-Fi modem if you sign for a 12 month contract.

Dodo Unlimited NBN Plans

Dodo is another excellent choice for the fiscally conscious home broadband user. If you’re happy to go on a 12 month or 24 month contract, you can get an unlimited data NBN50 plan for as little as $70 per month. As with every Dodo plan, their unlimited NBN plan includes:

  • No set-up fees or modem fees if you sign for a 12 month plan
  • Free modem delivery when you sign up online
  • Landline options included with pay as you go calls.
  • Quick and simple set-ups! 

Telstra Unlimited NBN Plans

There’s a certain amount of reliability you get with signing with one of the bigger telecommunication companies, and they don’t come much bigger than Telstra. For $90, you can opt for the Telstra unlimited NBN 50 Standard Plus plan, which will be enough speed to accommodate several people in your household streaming in HD simultaneously. If that’s not enough for you, you can upgrade to Telstra’s Premium Speed plan which will give you unlimited data on the NBN 100 Premium plan. Both of these options come with: 

  • Unlimited Data
  • One free month of Foxtel Now & a Telstra Smart Modem
  • A home phone landline at no extra cost that includes unlimited call to standard line and Australian mobiles.
  • Discounted international calls
  • The lauded “Broadband Protect”, Telstra’s in-built security system that offers defence against scams and viruses, and parental controls & social media monitoring to keep the kids safe online.

Optus Unlimited NBN Plans

The other telco giant in the room is obviously Optus, who have also proven themselves  a powerhouse in the field of broadband. With an Optus unlimited NBN plan, you can choose from NBN 50 and NBN 100. These plans include: 

  • Unlimited Data
  • A high-performance Wi-Fi NBN that is included in the NBN plan
  • Month to Month options. 

iiNet Unlimited NBN Plans

iiNet is another great provider that can offer you an unlimited NBN data plan at a very affordable price. You can get iiNet’s “Liimitless Data” deal on the NBN 25 plan for as low as $69.99 per month, or on the NBN 50 plan for $74.99 per month, which comes with the option of a set-top box that comes installed with Netflix, Stand and Youtube apps. Each plan includes: 

  • Unlimited Data
  • Pay as you go calls
  • $0 activation fee for 6 month or co contract plans. 

TPG Unlimited NBN Plans

TPG are well acclaimed when it comes to reliable NBN speeds; in fact, the ACCC recently determined that TPG was delivering some of the quickest NBN speeds in all of Australia. Their unlimited NBN plans are also very reasonably priced, making TPG consummate crowd-pleasers across the board. Each plan comes with: 

  • Unlimited Data
  • Options  for NBN 12 ($59.99 per month), NBN 50 ($69.99 per month), or NBN 100 ($89.99 per month).
  • Options for Voice Add On

iPrimus Unlimited NBN Plans

iPrimus are veterans of the home broadband game, and have proven to be stalwarts when it comes to dependable NBN plans. You can opt for their Unlimited NBN 50 plan for $75 a month, or their Unlimited NBN 100 plan for $90 a month (though the latter is currently on special at $85 at the time of writing). Each plan comes with: 

  • Unlimited Data
  • No set-up cost, including modem
  • Pay as you go calls
  • The option to add Fetch TV for an additional $10 a month

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