When it comes to broadband, everyone’s needs are different. Some use the internet moderately – only to check e-mail, stay in touch with friends and watch videos every now and then. Others rely on their broadband connection for much more – like downloading, streaming or playing online video games which consume a huge chuck of data. If you’re an Internet addict, we’ve got good news: MATE Communicate offers unlimited data at a fair price, so you’ll never have to worry about running out of GB again.
There are a plethora of internet providers out there, so it’s natural to weigh your option carefully before choosing one that best fits your needs. However, MATE Communicate Broadband
stands out from the crowd due to two major things: they offer unlimited data plans
and they don’t make you sign any lock-in contract. With MATE Communicate, you pay on a month-to-month basis and don’t have to worry about data usage, which can be great for heavy Internet users who spend hours in front of their trusted computers.
The only downside? You might be required to pay extra for a modem, but we’ll get into that a bit later. For now, let’s see what the friendly telco has in store for new and data-hungry customers. In August 2017, the NBN has already reached 2.4 million homes and business; if you’re covered, you might be on the lookout for the next best deal. And MATE definitely delivers. MATE Communicate offers unlimited data plans, so you don’t have to worry about data usage. Photo: Pexels
If you’re on the hunt for a new broadband provider, MATE Communicate offers NBN and ADSL plans
, both with unlimited data and no lock-in contract.
You can always check if NBN is available in your area using our NBN rollout map. If you get access to the speedy internet, we’re positive you’ll find a MATE Communicate NBN plan that suits your needs. You can choose between:
- Activation Fee
- Lock-in Contract
- #goodmates plan
- #greatmates plan
- #bestmates plan
- #soulmates plan
It’s also important to note that there are no plan change fees, so you can switch between the plans above as your budget fluctuates.
As for the modem, you can use your own and enjoy no setup fees, but only under certain conditions, all depending on the type of connection you have access to. You can ask for a NBN modem with pre-configured settings (plug and play) for $149/$169 (includes delivery) or use your own.
If the NBN isn’t available in your area, MATE Communicate’s ADSL plans are pretty appealing on their own. Here’s what they offer:
- #citymates plan
- #countrymates plan
These ADSL plans don’t include the monthly phone line rental and the modem. Concerning the modem, you can use your own or ask MATE Communicate for one. MATE Communicate’s ADSL plans require you to be paying line rental with a Telstra provider.
If you already have an active ADSL service
, you may be eligible for a “fast churn”. In this case the telco will be able to transfer your service to MATE Communicate quicker. If your current supplier does not participate in the fast churn process, MATE Communicate will activate your service as a new connection. You can always contact the provider for more info.