Best Unlimited Internet Plans and Deals

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Having an unlimited data plan means you don't have to worry about data limits, excess usage charges or your speed being slowed if you go over. Your family can watch Netflix, Stan, Kayo Sports, or play online games as much as they want.

BENEFITS
  • Stress free
  • No data limit
  • Support your families internet needs

Belong broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited
50 Mbps (Standard Plus Speed)
Month to month
$70/Month
Min total cost $70
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Tangerine Telecom broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited
25 Mbps (Standard Speed)
Month to month
$44.90/Month
$44.90 for first 6 months, then $59.90 ongoing
Min total cost $44.90
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Dodo broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited Data
Up to  25 Mbps
Month to month
$50/Month
$15 off the first 6 months, then $65 on-going.
Min total cost -$10
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Dodo broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited
25 Mbps (Standard Speed)
Month to month
$50/Month
$15 off the first 6 months, then $65 on-going.
Min total cost $0
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Tangerine Telecom broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited
50 Mbps (Standard Plus Speed)
Month to month
$54.90/Month
$54.90 for first 6 months, then $69.90 ongoing
Min total cost $54.90
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Harbour ISP broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited
25 Mbps (Standard Speed)
Month to month
$59/Month
Min total cost $158
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Harbour ISP 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)
6 Months
$59.99/Month
Min total cost $389.94
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MyRepublic broadband provider logo
Broadband Only
Unlimited
50 Mbps (Standard Plus Speed)
Month to month
$65/Month
For the first 6 mths, then $75 ongoing
Min total cost $65
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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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Having unlimited internet access can definitely give you peace of mind, not worrying about data caps. Whether you're into video streaming, gaming, or working from home, unlimited internet plans will help you get the most out of your connection. It may cost more, but the freedom to connect online without limits lets you save money elsewhere.

At Compare Broadband, we’ve reviewed and analysed hundreds of internet plans and deals from different internet providers, so you don’t have to. If you need help in finding the right unlimited broadband plan for your home or business, we’ve got you covered.

 

In this guide, you will find:

 

Compare Unlimited Internet Plans for Home

Basically, an unlimited broadband plan includes unlimited internet use with no data caps and speed reductions. Having an unlimited connection is almost mandatory for today’s internet users as we do more activities online — from entertainment to work, school and communication. All those activities and having multiple devices connected at once can consume a lot of bandwidth and data, which your current plan may not be able to accommodate.

Unlimited internet plans will give you peace of mind, period. Pay a fixed amount monthly and you will be able to enjoy streaming, downloading and browsing the web without worrying about additional fees or the speed get throttled after a certain usage threshold.

Internet providers designed this type of internet plan to attract new customers who want an affordable plan and don’t want to compromise quality. Generally, most ISPs in Australia offer the quota plan where customers pay after reaching the data limit. As a result, customers will have to pay more to get a higher tier and download more data. 

But with the growing demand for unlimited data plans, it’s no longer challenging to find the right connection for your home.

Types of Unlimited Internet Plans Available

 

NBN™ Fixed Wireless Internet Bundles OptiComm

NBN™ uses fibre optic cables that can provide super fast and reliable internet to your home.

Home Wireless broadband can run up to 20 times faster than an NBN™ 100Mbps connection.

Internet bundles allow you to get the best deals for a home phone and internet service.

OptiComm is a privately owned network offering a high-speed cable connection.

See NBN unlimited internet plans

See Fixed Wireless unlimited internet plans 

See unlimited Internet Bundle plans 

See OptiComm unlimited internet plans 

 

NBN™ Unlimited Internet Plans

NBN™ rollout is complete!  This means, you now have access to Australia’s fastest internet service yet. To check if your location is NBN™ ready, you can use the official NBN™ rollout map. This should provide you with detailed information on the type of NBN™ connection available in your area.

It shouldn’t be a problem to find a reliable ISP that offers unlimited NBN™ plans. However, choosing the best unlimited NBN™ plan can be intimidating, especially since many plans and promos are available in the market, not to mention the confusing jargon and plan structure. 

Generally, to find the right NBN™ plan, you should look out for the right combination of these three things:

  • Price
  • Connection
  • Speed

To find the best value unlimited NBN™ plans, consider the size of your household and how many devices need to connect. For example, a two-person household can benefit from an unlimited plan with standard evening speed.

Another factor that may affect speed is the technology available in your area. These are most likely to affect consumers using NBN™ technology that relies on copper wiring to deliver broadband internet to their home (e.g. fibre to the basement/fibre to the node based services) and consumers using fixed wireless.

 

Popular NBN Unlimited Internet Plans

 

NBN Providers  Internet Plan Speed Tier  
Belong Internet Provider NBN Unlimited Belong Standard Plus broadband plan on the NBN™ 50Mbps See Belong Internet Plans
Dodo Internet Provider NBN Standard Plus (nbn50) Unlimited Dodo broadband plan 50Mbps See Dodo Internet Plans
Uniti Wireless Internet Plans NBN The 50 (nbn50) Uniti Wireless NBN™ Broadband Plan 50Mbps See Uniti Wireless Internet Plans
Aussie Broadband Internet Plans NBN 100GB Build your own nbn™ Aussie Broadband plan - Standard Plus Speed 50Mbps See Aussie Broadband Internet Plans
Optus Internet Plans NBN Optus Internet Everyday NBN™ Bundle Plan 50Mbps See Optus Internet Plans

 

Comparing Internet Speeds: What is a Typical Evening Speed?

When it comes to comparing unlimited internet deals, you first want to check out the plan’s typical evening speed. Unfortunately, the max speed of a plan drops by roughly 20% during peak hours (between 7pm and 11pm). So before deciding on an offer, make sure you check their actual average evening speed versus what they advertise. 

To compare internet plan speeds, you need to understand what a typical evening speed is. A typical evening speed is how fast your internet plan works during peak hours between 7pm and 11pm when most internet users are online. 

Below is a guide on the minimum typical evening speed per each speed tier.

 

Internet Speed Minimum Speed Average Speed

Basic Evening Speed

Less than 15mbps

Depends on the existing connection (copper/ADSL connection)

Standard Evening Speed

15mbps

22.8mbps

Standard Plus Evening Speed

30mbps

43.3mbps

Premium Evening Speed

60mbps

88mbps

 

  • Basic Evening Speed—this is the entry-level plan for basic internet needs. If you’re going with a basic plan, expect that you may experience a slight increase or decrease in speed, depending on how good your existing connection is.
  • Standard Evening Speed—this type of internet plan delivers a minimum speed of 15Mbps during peak hours. Plans under this speed can easily accommodate average Australian households.
  • Standard Plus Evening Speed—plans under standard plus speed deliver a minimum 30Mbps during peak hours. Households with higher usage profiles like streaming an ultra-high-definition movie or streaming music on multiple devices during busy periods can benefit from these plans.
  • Premium Evening Speed—plans labelled as premium evening speed can deliver a minimum speed of 60Mbps during peak hours. Higher usage profile than Standard Plus like those who stream ultra HD movies and active gamers can definitely benefit from these plans.

 

How To Get The Cheapest Unlimited Internet Plan?

Looking for unlimited internet plans that don’t break the bank? You’ve come to the right place. At Compare Broadband, we’ve collected, reviewed and analysed hundreds of broadband plans to help you decide. You can simply use our comparison tool above — just type in your postcode and we’ll show you the most popular plans available in your area. Or call us up on our hotline! Our friendly experts are always on the line to assist you with any questions.

The best way to get a good deal is to find the balance between price, speed and connection type. You want to look into plans that can easily cater to the number of users in your household and the number of devices connected to your network. Also, consider the activities you are doing online. If you’re a heavy user and you need a reliable connection to download games or join several video conferences daily, you may want to look into plans with a higher speed. 

You should also watch for other hidden fees, especially if you’re looking at a higher speed tier. For example, some ISPs offer cheaper introductory rates for the first few months but eventually switch to a higher price afterwards. Some deals exclude modem/router from the setup fee as well.

 

Cheapest NBN Internet Plans

 

NBN Providers  Internet Plan Price  
Belong Internet Provider NBN Unlimited Belong Standard Plus broadband plan on the NBN™ $70/Month See Belong Internet Plans
Dodo Internet Provider NBN Standard (nbn25) Unlimited Dodo broadband plan $50/month See Dodo Internet Plans
Uniti Wireless Internet Plans NBN The 25 (nbn25) Uniti Wireless NBN™ Broadband Plan $69.95/month See Uniti Wireless Internet Plans
Aussie Broadband Internet Plans NBN Unlimited Casual nbn™ Aussie Broadband plan - Standard Speed $69/month See Aussie Broadband Internet Plans
Optus Internet Plans NBN Optus Internet Everyday NBN™ Bundle Plan $79/month See Optus Internet Plans

FAQs

What is unlimited broadband?

Just as it sounds, unlimited broadband means you can use the internet as much as you like, whenever you like. No caps, no added fees, no restrictions.

Which network offers unlimited internet packages?

Lots of them! Belong offers unlimited data up to 20Mbps on a 12 month plan. Optus and My Republic offer unlimited at 50 Mbps (Standard Plus Speed) month to month. This is just to name a few. Scroll up to see for yourself, or pop in your details here here if you’d like to speak to one of our qualified broadband specialists.

Does a no-contract plans offer unlimited broadband?

A no contract plan will typically offer you the same speed as a fixed-contract plan, but will also grant you the freedom to change your mind without copping any extra fees. No-contract plans may also be referred to as "no-lock-in plans", "month-to-month plans" or "one month plans". Just as an example, Dodo and Belong both offer unlimited no-contract plans that are worth considering. TPG have a couple of different enticing unlimited plans; you've got the unlimited TPG broadband plan which includes monthly phone line rental, which gives you up to 20 Mbps a month for $59.99. Then you've got the standard nbn12 unlimited TPG broadband plan which includes the home phone, which offers the basic NBN™ speed for the same price. Both of these plans are month by month. You can look here to compare even more no contract broadband plans.

What are the super-fast unlimited NBN™ plans?

If you're keen on something with the NBN™, and you want something fast, well you still have several very enticing options. For instance, if you're not ready to commit to anything longterm, Sumo have a terrific deal with their Sumo Single Saver NBN™ Plan, an unlimited plan that gives you up to 25 Mbps for $58.89 a month, on a month-to-month contract. You can also save $5 off your internet when bundling with Sumo electricity. Then there's My Republic who have a fantastic deal with the MyRepublic Unlimited Essential Bundle Promo. My Republic don't even offer slower speed tiers, they only offer the top two speed tiers of NBN™ - the Standard Plus Evening Speed, and the Premium Evening Speed, both with unlimited data (this has made them very popular with gamers and streamers). Of course, there are but two options avaialbale to you - you can can Compare other NBN™ broadband plans here, or click here to read more about the best NBN™ speeds and providers in Australia.

What are the unlimited wireless internet plans?

Belong, TPG, Optus, and My Republic all offer unlimited wireless deals. Click through for more details!

What are the unlimited wireless broadband plans without phone line?

If you're feeling tied down by phone lines, you have the choice to be done with them! While ADSL2+ requires an active phone line in order to operate, ADSL2+ and the NBN™ do not (indeed, the NBN's™ plan is to gradually replace all of Australia's phone lines). Alternatively, Naked DSL is an ADSL2+ connection where the phone line has been deactivated, so you don't have to pay for phone line rental, and you are not required to have a home phone.

Which unlimited internet plans with no upfront costs?

Belong offer a great ADSL2+ Unlimited broadband plan up to 20 Mbps, for only $45 a month for a 12 month contract. The awesome thing about Belong is that they do their best to keep everything super simple, and as such they don't make their customers worry about phone bundles or activation fees. Additionally, there are no peak or off-peak periods, no hidden fees, no sneaky bill shock scares. Belong tout a philosophy of "what you see is what you get". Click here for more info.

What is the price of unlimited internet broadband connection?

There are many different providers with many differnet plans. The best for you will depend on what you use the internet for, how often, and how much you want to spend. Compare Broadband can compare a range of leading providers and sign you up for the right plan for you, free of charge. Click here, or give us a call on 1300 763 813.

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