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Top 7 NBN Internet Providers Offering the Most Reasonable Deals

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Not all NBN speeds are equal. The cost of NBN plans also differ depending on the service provider. Some offer monthly plan discounts while others offer extra features. As such, we have listed the top 7 NBN internet providers in Australia.

Aussie Broadband is an all-Australian service provider boasting its excellence in customer service. Founded in 2008 by Phillip Britt and John Reisinger, it’s now Australia’s 5th largest NBN internet provider. Aussie Broadband currently offers four NBN internet plans with prices ranging from $59.00 to $109.00 monthly. They offer full Australian support and the best Fetch TV bundle in their plans. The activation cost for new Aussie Broadband subscribers is free. The modem is priced at $149.00 to $499.00.

Belong is a popular budget Telstra network. It was founded by Ben Burge in 2013. Belong offers the most affordable NBN internet plans. It offers monthly plans with a 30 Mbps speed at $55.00, a 40 Mbps speed at $65.00, and an 80 Mbps speed at $95.00. The activation cost for new Belong subscribers is free. The modem is priced at $60.00. Currently, Belong offers a free mobile SIM with an $80.00 credit for new NBN internet plan subscribers.

iiNet was founded by two Michael’s – Michael Malone and Michael O’Reilly – in 1993. The company currently offers four NBN internet plans. The NBN 12 at $59.99 monthly offers a typical speed of 11.2 Mbps. The NBN 12 at $69.99 monthly offers a typical speed of 21.3 Mbps. The NBN 12 at $74.99 monthly offers a typical speed of 46.7 Mbps. The NBN 12 at $99.99 monthly offers a typical speed of 83.6 Mbps. The activation cost for new iiNet subscribers is free. The modem is priced at $99.95.

MyRepublic was founded by Malcolm Rodrigues in the Asia Pacific Region on 25 July 2011. It was the world’s first telco powered by cloud computing. In 2016, the company officially operated in Australia. This NBN internet provider currently offers five NBN internet plans under four different speed tiers – 15, 43, 83, 150, and 250 Mbps. The prices of their monthly NBN internet plans range from $59.00 to $109. The activation cost for new MyRepublic subscribers is free. The modem is priced at $109.00.

Optus is the 2nd largest telco in Australia. It was founded in 1981 by Kelly Bayer Rosmarin, Murray King, and Paul O’Sullivan. Optus currently offers two NBN internet plans for Australian households. A Standard plan at $75.00 monthly guarantees a typical evening speed of 45 Mbps. A Premium plan at $95.00 monthly guarantees a typical evening speed of 90 Mbps. Both plans can be bundled by either a Fetch Mighty or Fetch Mini subscriptions.

Telstra is the largest telco in Australia. It was founded in 1975 by Andy Penn, John Mullen, and Vicki Brady. Telstra owns the major NBN infrastructure in Australia. They offer three NBN internet plans for Australian households. The Standard NBN 25 costs $75.00 per month. The Standard Plus NBN 550 costs $80.00 per month. And the Premium NBN 100 costs $100.00 per month. The connection fee with a free modem costs $99.00 for new subscribers.

TPG is the 3rd largest telco in Australia. It was the result of the merging of Hutchison and Vodafone in 2009. It currently offers three NBN internet plans with prices ranging from $59.99 to $89.99 monthly. Their plan provides typical evening speeds of 11.2, 46, and 80.1 Mbps. The activation cost for new TPG subscribers is free. The modem is priced at $109.95. All TPG NBN internet plans come with a phone line. Users can opt for extra voice-packs or be charge through a Pay-As-You-Go scheme.

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