iPrimus Australia Contact Phone Number
Contact iPrimus today!
iPrimus can help you with the following:
To Sign Up Today, Call iPrimus Sales – 13 17 89. Alternatively, you can get more information on iPrimus’ website.
Contact iPrimus customer service via Phone
If you’d like to move to iPrimus and sign up for ADSL or NBN service, call the sales team on 13 17 89 between 9:00 am to 9:00 pm Monday to Friday and Saturday to Sunday between 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
If you have questions about the iPrimus service, need to know what plan or connection type is right for you, or want to contact an iPrimus customer service representative about your account, call the customer service team on 13 17 89 from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm Monday to Friday and from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm Saturday to Sunday.
Contact iPrimus for Technical Support & Bill Payment
If you need to report a fault, find out if a technical issue is impacting your service, or need help with your service, call the tech support team on 13 17 89 between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm, Monday to Friday and between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm Saturday to Sunday.
You can have your iPrimus bill automatically direct-debited from your bank or credit card account. You’ll never need to worry about remembering to pay on time. Alternatively, you can pay your iPrimus bill online by using Bpay, or pay over the phone by calling 13 17 89.
Visit the iPrimus Website
Find all iPrimus plans, and sign up for news about the Fetch TV service. If you want to chat online with an iPrimus representative, visit their homepage and hit the Start Live Chat button.
Last audited 18th of November 2021
What people are asking about iPrimus
Yes, but not directly. Both iPrimus and Dodo were owned by a company called M2 Group until 2016, when that company was merged into the giant Vocus Group, which now operates both providers. Each is run as a separate company with different plans and pricing, but sharing much of the same network.
No – and in fact, iPrimus was the first internet provider in Australia to reduce their reliance on Telstra during the ADSL days, by putting their own equipment into phone exchanges to connect customers directly to iPrimus.
All you need to do is pick up your handset and dial your VoIP number (your home phone number) including the area code, then enter your PIN and press the # key. If accessing voicemail from another phone, dial your VoIP number and press the * key when it answers, then enter your PIN and press the # key.
The easiest way to get in touch with iPrimus for everything from customer enquiries to technical support is to call them on 13 17 89. Accounts and billing is available from 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday; sales enquiries and technical support from 9am to 9pm weekdays and 9am to 6pm on weekends.
If you’ve decided to switch to another provider and need to cancel your account, call 13 17 89 and a iPrimus customer service person will get the cancellation sorted out for you. Keep in mind that if you’re still under contract, an early termination fee may apply.
There’s actually several different models of modem used by iPrimus, with a couple of NetComm models most common today, but Huawei models having been used in the past. If you’re not familiar with changing the settings on a modem, it’s recommended you give tech support a call on 13 17 89, and they’ll be able to walk you through the right steps based on the type of iPrimus modem you have.
With the NBN providing the connectivity for all ISPs, it’s rare for there to be any sort of outage that affects just one particular ISP – but it can and does happen. If your iPrimus connection isn’t working, the first thing to try is to turn off your modem, turn it back on again and wait 60 seconds or so. If you’re still not able to connect, get in touch with tech support on 13 17 89 and they’ll be able to check to see if there’s a fault.
One of the first communications companies to arrive in Australia and set up as an alternative to the incumbent Telstra for broadband services, iPrimus has been providing broadband internet in Australia since 1999. They’re now a part of the Vocus Group, a key provider of fast network connections in Australia and around the world, and make extensive use of their network via the NBN.
If you’re only planning on using your iPrimus broadband for light tasks like browsing the web, doing online banking, catching up with friends’ videos and photos and so on, then you should find capped data of 250GB or 500GB more than enough. While iPrimus used to offer a 250GB plan before, the telco now only offers unlimited plans. And if you’re someone that watches a lot of Netflix, Stan, BINGE or other streaming services, we’d highly recommend you go for one of the unlimited plans – the peace of mind is worth the small extra cost.
The “NBN numbers” you see in connection to plans reflect the download speed that you can expect in perfect conditions. NBN25 is about the speed of the best ADSL connection, but if you’re streaming video or in a household with multiple people, NBN50 will help make sure everyone is able to use the internet without buffering. NBN100 and the ultra-fast NBN250 are available only on some connection types, and is for those who want the fastest downloads possible (such as for video game updates).
If you sign up to a 12-month contract plan, iPrimus will supply you the right modem for your NBN connection type. You can use your own if you have one (as long as it’s not locked to another internet provider) but for the best results, there’s every reason to use the one supplied by iPrimus. Currently, though, all of iPrimus’ plans are month-to-month so there’s a setup fee of $70, including the modem.
Yes, you can sign up without a contract – but you’ll have to pay $70 up front for the connection and your modem – still a very reasonable price compared to buying a modem yourself. In fact, all plans offered by iPrimus are currently month-to-month.
No – you’ll need to return it if and when you cancel either your Fetch TV service or your iPrimus connection. You can optionally buy a Fetch TV box outright from major electronics retailers, and then use it with your iPrimus unlimited-data service.