Top NBN plans from the brands you know and trust

New 9Saver exclusive nbn, ADSL and mobile offers – and the top plans from brands you know

With the combined buying power of 90,000+ Aussie homes, 9Saver has been able to launch exclusive special offers for NBN, ADSL broadband and Mobile!

9Saver Tip: You can click here to see the exclusive new telco offers from iPrimus

9Saver has launched our first ever NBN campaign to help Aussies get a better deal on their NBN and Mobile bills — and added ADSL to the campaign so that Aussies not on NBN could still access an exclusive special offer.

You can also check out these plans from the big internet providers. If you see a deal better than the one you’re currently on, you make sure you have them switch you over.

Telstra

Thanks to big pressure from the small telcos, Telstra NBN internet prices are now quite reasonable, if you can do without the bells and whistles, like Foxtel. You may find that you can get away with paying as little as $69 per month, depending on how often you use the internet.

Telstra plans start with NBN Standard speed which should be plenty for households that have been happy enough with the speed of their ADSL connection. If you have a larger household (2-4 people) of heavy internet users, starting at $79 you can step up to Standard Plus speed.

Optus

Optus NBN plans are fantastically simple to compare. There are basically three options to consider, starting from $75 per month. The basic plan comes with Standard Plus NBN speed, unlimited internet data and a home phone service that you pay for as you use it.

If you step up to the next price bracket, you get a Fetch TV set-top box with a premium channel pack and Optus Sport bundled in. The final price bump takes your internet speed up to the maximum 100Mbps.

TPG

TPG has long been known for its great value internet plans, but with the arrival of the NBN the telco has added something new into the mix: top notch speed and reliability.

TPG promises evening speeds to rival that of Optus and Telstra, but for quite a bit less with plans starting at $49.99 per month. Fast evening speeds mean less congestion on the network during the times when you love using the internet most.

TPG offers the NBN on three speed tiers: Basic, Standard Plus and Premium, which means whether you’re a small household of light users or a large household of heavy users, you’ll be able to find a plan to suit.

iiNet

Renowned for its excellent customer service, iiNet is a favourite for internet in homes across Australia. Its NBN plans can be cheap and cheerful, but can also include Fetch TV entertainment options.

As you can see, even if you want to stay with your current provider, there are plenty of great deals to sift through. And this is just the tip if the iceberg. If you’d like to dig a little deeper, try running your own address search on our broadband plans comparison tool.

* In highlighting particular offers we are not making specific recommendations as this article does not cover all available products and may not compare all features relevant to you. Any advice provided is general in nature and does not take account of your needs, objectives or financial situation. Individuals should consider their own circumstances, and if in doubt seek appropriate advice, before proceeding.