Compare MyRepublic Internet Plans & NBN Deals
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.Сall centre is closed Request a callback
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MyRepublic’s goal is simple: they want you to experience the NBN the way it’s meant to be experienced. That means they only offer the top two NBN speed tiers, and all their plans come with unlimited data.
MyRepublic is purpose-built for the NBN. Starting out in Singapore, they quickly branched out to Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia, and now serve the internet to over 70 000 Australian customers.
MyRepublic Broadband Plans
If you’re after an NBN plan, it’s easy to choose: all you need to do is decide if you want Standard Plus Evening Speed or Premium Evening Speed. From there, you can add on a home phone if you like, and decide if you want a month-to-month contract or a fixed-term one. If you’re a big gamer, they’ve also got a Gamer Pro plan, which comes with super-fast NBN, a static IP address, and a discount on a new Playstation Pro or Playstation VR. If you don’t have NBN access yet, you can connect via ADSL and then switch over when your property gets connected to the NBN.
Other MyRepublic Benefits
MyRepublic use their own web traffic priority system to remain smooth when video streaming.
MyRepublic uses their own web traffic priority system to remain smooth when video streaming, while also remaining flexible for heavy downloading scenarios.
Is MyRepublic good value?
A relative newcomer in Australia’s broadband market, MyRepublic has described their plans as both budget-conscious and data-generous - and it’s true. It’s one of the cheapest broadband providers in every country it provides service to, including Australia.
You can get unlimited data with a minimal upfront fee of $11 and no setup fee. Also, in 2018, MyRepublic was named “Best Premium NBN Provider”, so that’s saying something.
What Plans does MyRepublic NBN offer?
Before, MyRepublic offered plans across different speed tiers, but has since tightened its focus to just three, namely NBN 25, NBN 50, and NBN 100. These plans are contract-free so you’re not locked-in for at least a year.
The Unlimited NBN 25 Essential is good for small households - up to three users - and costs $65 a month. You can opt to add a home phone bundle for $10 to $20; the price will depend on whether you include only local phone calls or international as well. If you have a gamer at home, you can also try the Gamer Pro add-on for an additional $10. This feature has special perks for gamers such as custom routing and access to an optimised network made specifically for online gaming.
The Unlimited NBN 50 Essential costs $69 a month, and if you don't want to be locked into a 12-month contract, you can always choose the contract-free option. This is the best plan for you if you and your family enjoy streaming videos. It also supports VoIP calls and other requirements for a home office. As with the prior plan, you can use your own modem, or get one with your plan.
If your household members have different internet habits, the Unlimited NBN 100/20 plan offers ideal support for simultaneous video streaming and online gaming, regardless of how many people are streaming and gaming at the same time. This means whatever anyone else is doing - whether it's holding a video conference or just browsing the web - they won't be lagging behind either. You can add a home phone bundle to this plan, too, as well as the aforementioned Gamer Pro add-on to really make the most of your plan.
For big households with more than five users, the Unlimited NBN 250/25 Superfast is the best possible plan you can get. At $99 a month, it's more expensive than most other internet plans, but considering what you can get out of it, it's worth the money. It's available only for those with FTTP connections, though; other connection types will just undermine its speed. As with the NBN 100/20 and Essential plans, you can opt for a home phone bundle and the Gamer Pro add-on.
All of MyRepublic's plans let you use your own modem - provided it's NBN-ready - or get a modem with your plan for $149, plus another $10 delivery fee.
How fast are MyRepublic NBN plans?
With the NBN 25 Essential plan, you'll typically see speeds of 15Mbps during 7pm to 11pm, while the NBN 50 Essential will usually get speeds of 43MBps during those same hours. The Unlimited NBN 100/20 has typical evening speeds of 83Mbps, and the Superfast plan is capable of evening speeds of 200Mbps.
What are my data options?
As mentioned earlier, all of MyRepublic’s NBN plans come with unlimited data, so you’re absolutely covered!