Got limits you need to un?
The difference between an NBN plan with a data limit and no data limit is smaller than ever these days. Spending as little as $5 more per month can take you from a 100GB allowance to an unlimited data plan. $5 is all it costs to go from counting every byte to using your internet with reckless abandon.
We’ll look at the lowest cost unlimited data plans across all four tiers, but we’re starting with NBN 50 and NBN 100 plans first, because these speeds are the best options for most.
NBN 50 plans with unlimited data
In most cases, you can get an unlimited data NBN 50 plan for less $70 per month. While some of the more “premium” providers will charge you a little extra, the lion’s share of plans are priced between $60 and $70 per month right now.
Exetel currently has the cheapest unlimited data NBN 50 plan, but there’s a whole heap of alternatives in the same ballpark. Sumo, Click Broadband, and Tangerine will give new customers a discounted rate for their first six months, while MyRepublic is currently offering a discounted rate for all new customers.
If you’re interested in changing mobile provider too, Belong will throw in $80 of free mobile credit and waive setup fees if you sign up for a 12-month NBN contract.
NBN 100 plans with unlimited data
The price spread between the cheapest and priciest unlimited NBN 100 plans is a little bit larger. Thanks to a promo, you’ll pay as little as $72 per month for your first six months if you go with Sumo.
On the other side of the spectrum, you’ve got Aussie Broadband who charge $99 per month. While this might seem like a huge difference, Aussie Broadband boasts some of the NBN’s fastest peak hour speeds, so this premium could be worth it if you want consistently fast internet, at all times of day.
It’s worth noting that both Sumo’s and Aussie Broadband’s plans are contract-free and don’t have setup fees. If you’re looking at trying a new provider, this makes them fairly low risk options.
NBN 25 plans with unlimited data
NBN 25 plans seem to be getting phased out slowly, and in most cases, you can find an NBN 50 plan around the same price. In general, we’d recommend opting for NBN 50 instead.
NBN 12 plans with unlimited data
If you want to save as much money as you can on your home internet, you can cut your bill with an NBN 12 plan. In general, you can save around $10 per month by going for an NBN 12 plan instead of NBN 50. At the same time, an NBN 50 plan is around four times faster, and we think that’s easily worth the $10 premium.