Compare Wireless Broadband Plans

Access the internet without wires whilst at home

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BENEFITS
  • Broadband without wires
  • Share your connection with Wi-Fi
  • Multiple devices online at the same time

Wireless broadband is a broadband connection without a wire connecting the computer to a modem. Wireless broadband usually refers to a home Wi-Fi broadband where a wireless network is created by a Wi-Fi modem on an ADSL2+, Cable or NBN connection.

  • Belong Broadband Plans
  • Foxtel Broadband Plans
  • iPrimus Broadband Plans
  • MATE Broadband Plans
  • Telstra Broadband Plans
  • TPG Broadband Plans
Compare Broadband compares plans from the above providers. Not all plans available from these providers are compared by Compare Broadband and depending on your location or service availability not all plans may be available to all customers.

 

ADSL2+ 100GB Belong broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 100 GB

12 months / $35.00 Per Month

ADSL2+ 50GB TPG broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 50 GB

25 GB On-Peak / 25 GB Off-Peak

12 months / $29.99 Per Month

ADSL2+ 50GB TPG broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 50 GB

25 GB On-Peak / 25 GB Off-Peak

18 months / $29.99 Per Month

ADSL2+ 100GB Belong broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 100 GB

12 months / $35.00 Per Month

ADSL2+ 300GB iPrimus broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 300 GB

Month to month / $39.90 Per Month

ADSL2+ 300GB iPrimus broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 300 GB

12 months / $39.90 Per Month

ADSL2+ 100GB Belong broadband plan Broadband only - Active landline required

ADSL2+ / 100 GB

Month to month / $40.00 Per Month

The differences between wireless home broadband and mobile broadband

Wireless home broadband requires a fixed line broadband connection to your home which you can then access wirelessly through a wi-fi enable router. Whilst, wireless broadband may also describe mobile broadband, a broadband connection over the mobile towers, which involves a USB modem or a built-in modem and a SIM card (like in a tablet device).

Although both connections allow you to move around your home without wires, there are important differences between mobile broadband and home Wi-Fi. As mobile broadband connects over the mobile phone towers, customers can take their internet connection outside the home and use it anywhere there is a signal. In contrast, home Wi-Fi will only work up to a certain distance from the Wi-Fi modem generating the wireless network. 

Mobile broadband is best suited to users who want an internet connection on the move. A mobile broadband connection is usually restricted to one device at a time, so it's not ideal if multiple users want to share a connection. There are modems available that can use the mobile broadband signal to create a wireless network but multiple users will result in a slower download speed. Mobile broadband does not require a phone line, so it is ideal for people who prefer to use their mobile to make calls.

Home Wi-Fi broadband restricts the user to one area but usually the wireless network can cover an entire house and even reach the backyard. Home Wi-Fi is best suited to users who do not need to access the internet on the move but do want a fast, stable broadband connection with plenty of data at home. A phone line is required on ADSL and ADSL2+ plans but can be bundled with the same provider. Alternatively, users who prefer not to pay line rental can sign up to Naked DSL, which is an ADSL2+ broadband plan without a home phone service. Cable or NBN plans can also be accessed wirelessly from home with the applicable wi-fi router which can often be purchased from your chosen provider.