Believe the hype!
It’s a great time to be looking for a broadband plan in Australia, with fierce competition in full swing as ISPs compete to get your attention and you hard-earned dollars. Once a footnote on ISP web sites, the humble bundle deal now at the forefront. Ain’t competition great?
The five ISP bundles featured here are all about the extra stuff.
Just what kind of stuff depends on what you’re really looking for in a package. If you’re entertainment-minded, you can turn your attention to the grand battle between Aussie Broadband, Telstra, and Dodo. They’re battling it out on the streaming TV front and want to give you a device to watch it on.
Or, if you’re the sort of person who loves to sit on the phone for hours and chat to friends – and especially if most of those friends are on mobile phones – you’ll appreciate the bundles from several providers that take all the worry out of both the phone and internet bill in one neat little package for a fixed monthly fee.
Most offerings seem to have become far more focused in recent times, providing sensible solutions at a great price, and acknowledging that with the rise of Netflix, Stan and Foxtel Now, people are using more data than ever before.
Let’s take a look at the current offers that most definitely are hypeworthy:
#1: Telstra Entertainment Bundle
Telstra’s Unlimited Broadband + Streaming Bundle really delivers. For just $99/month, you get unlimited data, landline rental, the latest Telstra smart modem with 4G backup, and the Telstra TV 3. This brilliant little box has a fine pedigree – it’s actually the acclaimed Roku streaming box that’s hugely popular in the US. It’s an app-based device that has support for all the major players – like Netflix and Stan. The Telstra TV is also one of the only devices that currently supports viewing Foxtel Now in HD, making it a valuable addition to any household that doesn’t want (or can’t get) cable or satellite TV. And to help you experience it, this bundle comes with a $125 worth of credits for Telstra TV Box Office! Telstra’s expansive network is first-rate, too, and the bundle is also available via their cable service.
Get Telstra’s Broadband Bundle
Get the new Telstra TV 3 + unlimited data + $125 Telstra TV Box Office credit + 3 mths unlimited access to hayu, DocPlay, Garage, & AnimeLab — all for only $99/mth!
#2: Southern Phone Triple Bundle
Aside from making it more accessible for those from regional areas in the country to get internet, Southern Phone is also making it easier for everyone to get connected in more ways than one with their Triple Bundle offer. This bundle covers already covers your broadband — with the option of either NBN or ADSL — home phone, and mobile. The NBN triple bundle starts at $82/month, which includes 100GB data with a Wi-FI modem included, plus 1GB mobile data with unlimited call and text, and unlimited local and national calls for your home phone. If you’re looking for a bundle that’s affordable and practical, and if you also happen to live in more far-flung areas in the country, then Southern Phone’s Triple Bundle is definitely for you!
Get Great Value Broadband Plans with No Lock-In Contract!
Get connected today with Southern Phone broadband, offering a great range of NBN plans for all needs and budget. NBN plans start at only $50/mth and come with no lock-in contract.
#3: Belong – Broadband + Mobile
When you sign up to any of Belong’s internet plans, you get a free $80 mobile credit. That’s something you’ll find very handy if you also purchase one of the telco’s SIM-only mobile plans. Finding the best plan for you is not going to be hard with Belong’s simplified offerings. All NBN plans deliver unlimited data and are differentiated by their speed tier: Starter, Standard Plus, and Premium. Plans are also flexible — you can opt the month-to-month setup for an additional $5 per month or save on modem fees when you go for the 12-month term. To bundle with mobile, you first need to choose between Belong’s three SIM-only options (Small, Regular, Large), which include unlimited national calls and texts across all plans with data allowances of 1GB, 5GB, and 15GB respectively.
Unlimited Data with Belong
Get unlimited NBN data + a free WiFi modem for just $55/month. Zero standard activation fees!
#4: Tangerine NBN Bundles
Tangerine’s charm comes from its value for money unlimited broadband plans with no lock-in contract plus no setup fees, plus the option to add a home phone for an extra additional cost. To further take advantage of their awesome service, you can sign up for the unlimited NBN and bundle it up with unlimited local, national, and mobile calls within Australia. All NBN bundles with home phones are at $59.90, $68.90, $74.90, and $79.90 per month, depending on the speed tier. That includes a $10 monthly discount for the first six months. All bundles include unlimited data plus unlimited local, national calls, and mobile calls in Australia. There’s also a 14-day risk-free trial so you can cancel your plan if not satisfied with the telco’s service. Overall, Tangerine’s NBN plans and bundles are as flexible as you need them to be.
Get Unlimited NBN Plans That Pack A Punch!
Sign up now to start your risk free 14-day free trial + get $10 off every NBN plan for the first 6 months plus other perks. Plans start at $49.90/mth.
#5: Sumo Saver Bundles
Not really interested in free entertainment or free devices? How about we talk about a different kind of bundling — one that includes other basic utilities such as gas and electricity? Sumo Broadband delivers exactly that with their ‘Saver’ bundles. These bundles come in three varieties: Single Saver, Double Saver, and the SUPER Saver bundle. The Single Saver bundle only includes internet with electricity, while the double can be a combination of either internet and electricity or gas and electricity. If you want it all bundled up, the SUPER Saver bundle can save you a whole lot of money by combining gas, electricity, and internet all in one convenient bill. Best thing about this is how you get more for less if you choose to bundle your internet, instead of paying for just that one service. How’s that for being a good ‘saver’?