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Top 5 WiFi Broadband Plans that Truly Offer Unlimited Internet

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The NBN project of the Australian government started in 2009. NBN Co was built and designed to manage and operate the mainland’s wholesale broadband connection. It aims to provide fast and reliable internet service for every Australian household. This is to uplift the growing digital economy. There’s a massive pile of available WiFi broadband plans to choose from. Such poses a challenge among Aussies to find the right plan they need. 

 

Below are the top 5 NBN plans that truly offer unlimited internet.

 

Aussie Broadband

Aussie Broadband plans was founded on 01 August 2008 by John Reisinger and Phillip Britt. The company headquarters was located in Morwell, Victoria. Currently, Aussie Broadband offers 4 unlimited NBN plans. 

  • The Basic for $59 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 12 Mbps.
  • The Everyday for $79 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 50 Mbps. 
  • The Family for $99 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 99 Mbps. 
  • The Family Entertainment for $109 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 99 Mbps and comes with a free Fetch TV setup.

All unlimited NBN plans offered by Aussie Broadband come with a month-to-month contract. New subscribers’ activation fee is free and they can BYO the modem.

 

Dodo

Dodo Telecom was founded in September 2001 by Larry Kestelman and Michael Slepoy. The company was a Vocus Communications sister company based in Melbourne. Currently, Dodo Telecom offers 3 unlimited NBN plans. 

  • The NBN 25 for $65 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 20 Mbps.
  • The NBN 50 for $70 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 41 Mbps. 
  • The NBN 100 for $75 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 82 Mbps. 

Dodo NBN 50 and NBN 100 plans offer a discounted Fetch TV subscription for $25 monthly. New subscribers who will avail of a 12-month contract will get a free modem worth $120 and a $10 monthly bill discount during the contract duration. The activation fee is free.

 

Exetel

Exetel was founded on 29 August 2001 by John Linton. The company headquarter was based in Sydney. Currently, Exetel offers 3 unlimited NBN plans. 

  • The Standard for $69 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 20 Mbps.
  • The Standard Plus for $79 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 40 Mbps.
  • The Premium for $89 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 77 Mbps. 

Exetel’s Standard Plus and Premium plans are currently on promotion. New subscribers who will avail a 6-month contract will get a free modem worth $189 and a $10 monthly bill discount during the contract duration. The activation fee is free.

 

iiNet

iiNet was founded in 1993 by Michael Malone and Michael O’Reilly. The company headquarters was located in Perth, Australia. Currently, iiNet offers 3 unlimited NBN plans. 

  • The NBN 25 for $69.99 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 22 Mbps.
  • The NBN 50 for $74.99 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 48 Mbps. 
  • The NBN 100 for $89.99 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 85 Mbps. 

iiNet offers new subscribers who sign up for a 6-month contract a discounted modem price of $59.95. Its original price is $99.95 for a month-to-month contract. The activation fee is free.

 

iPrimus 

iPrimus was founded on 01 July 1997 by James Spenceley. The company was a Vocus Communications sister company based in Melbourne. Currently, iPrimus offers 3 unlimited NBN plans. 

  • The Standard Plus for $75 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 41 Mbps.
  • The Premium for $90 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 82 Mbps. 
  • The Home Superfast for $135 monthly. This plan guarantees a typical evening speed of 250 Mbps. 

iPrimus charges a $99 setup fee that comes with a free modem for new plans. It will waive the setup fee for new subscribers who sign up for a 12-month contract.  

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