About Barefoot

Self-described as “not your average telco,” Barefoot managed to capture our attention due to their unlimited NBN Broadband plans and no lock-in contract policy. That’s right, Barefoot doesn’t tie clients in with lengthy one or two-year contracts, so they’re free to leave if they are in any way unhappy with the service. Not too shabby. Moreover, the company is 100% Australian owned and operated, offers excellent support, and entices Internet enthusiasts with competitive broadband plans at fair prices.

The company offers both NBN and ADSL plans, as well as phone bundles and mobile broadband. There are activation fees or plan change fees to worry about, but you may be required to buy a modem under certain circumstances. To find out more about Barefoot, browse the excellent offers below.

Yes, and every Barefoot Broadband package comes with unlimited data, which means you don’t have to stress over your data usage and can binge-watch Netflix in peace. The plans cost between $59 and $108/month. Depending on the plan, internet speed varies from 12Mbps up to 100Mbps.
If NBN is not yet available in your area, you can opt for one of Barefoot’s appealing ADSL plans. They cost between $49 and $99 and also come with unlimited data. Yay!

Barefoot FAQs

Your NBN speed will vastly depend on the broadband plan you choose. The cheapest plan comes with a speed of 12Mbps/1Mbps (Tier 1), while the most expensive one offers a speed of 100mbps/40mbps (Tier 5).

As for ADSL, it can provide download speeds up to a maximum of 20Mbps to eligible customers in selected areas with upgraded exchanges and up to 8Mbps in many other areas, but average speeds will be lower. Actual speeds you receive will vary due to a number of factors such as your distance from an exchange, the network connecting the exchange, your equipment and software and internet traffic.

No. All plans come without a lock-in contract – you just pay on a month-to-month basis. All Barefoot Telecom plans are billed in advance and there are is no early termination fee to give you a headache.
You can check out our NBN rollout map to see if the speedy internet is available in your area. If it is, congrats! If not, you can opt for an ADSL plan until it becomes available. Keep checking our map on a regular basis.

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