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Aussie Broadband is an Australian owned internet service provider (ISP) specialising in the NBN. In the short time that they have been operating, Aussie Broadband has already racked up several prestigious award wins, many glowing product review ratings, and a loyal and growing base of satisfied customers. To find out what all the fuss is about, scroll down and compare Aussie Broadband NBN plans below. Not what you’re looking for? Let us help! You can use our free broadband comparison search engine, or get in touch with one of our helpful broadband consultants on the number provided.
Belong keeps things super simple: just choose your data cap, speed and contract length, and don't worry about activation fees or phone bundles. There are also no peak or off-peak periods, and no hidden fees, so what you see is what you get. Compare ADSL and NBN plans today!
Dodo is a Melbourne based internet provider, but a trusted and recognisable household name all over Australia. Not only do they offer a range of great deals on ADSL2 and NBN plans, but they also offer Fetch TV, an Australian IPTV provider that delivers a subscription television service over on top of you regular internet service.
iiNet is one of Australia's longest lasting internet service providers. With iiNet's quirky ads and great value ADSL2 and NBN plans, it's not hard to believe they've acquired more than 1.3 million customers (as of 2011). They're also a wholly owned subsidiary of another titan of Aussie telecommunications subsidiary, TPG. TPG took over iiNet back in 2016, and while there may have been initial worries that the corporate synergy would impact iiNet’s reputation for value and service, such concerns turned out to be completely unfounded, with iiNet’s track record for competitive pricing and customer support remaining as strong as ever.
iPrimus was one of Australia’s first true broadband challengers, as it was the first telecommunications carrier to be granted a license when full deregulation and competition of the telecommunications industry was introduced in Australia in 1997. iPrimus is a subsidary of Vocus, a telecommunications company headquartered in Sydney. For home phone and internet, iPrimus brought real competition on price and quality of service - they pioneered this service long before everyone else started offering similar deals. As one of the first telcos in Australia, people around the country trust iPrimus to deliver fast, affordable and reliable broadband, home phones and mobile services.
MyRepublic is all about speed. They only offer the top two speed tiers of the NBN (Standard Plus Evening Speed and Premium Evening Speed), both with unlimited data. They're also optimised for gaming with their esteemed "Gamer Pro Plan", the first NBN powered plan for gamers.
Optus is the second-largest telecommunications company in Australia, with over 1 million broadband subscribers. They're ranked #1 for Netflix speed in Australia, which is great news for binge-watchers, and their Optus Perks give you discounted movie tickets and exclusive events.
Telstra is Australia's oldest and largest telecommunications company, providing 3.5 million fixed broadband services. They have a wide range of ADSL, NBN and home wireless plans. With a Telstra Broadband plan, you also get 3 free data top-ups a year, a membership to Telstra Air, and Telstra's built-in security suite, Telstra Broadband Protect.