Mate has made its name for being a friendly, approachable company. While most people probably don’t care whether their telco is friendly or not, they do care about value, and Mate offers that too – an easy-to-use product bundles at consistently low prices, backed by

Mate’s new nbn25 plan gives customers more of what they need every day at a price they can feel good about.

Mark Fazio, General Manager of MATE, said

‘We think this plan is a big step up from our basic plan. It gives people an affordable option with a far better online experience for the same price’.

Essentially a free upgrade, the new plan gives customers the faster nbn25 speed at the lower nbn12 speed price. As the nbn12 plans are quite slow – and barely meet the definition of ‘broadband’ – the free upgrade to nbn25 speed is a welcome development here.

Better yet, Mate is offering a $59 promo rate for the nbn 25 plan. If you bundle it with a mobile, Mate will give you a further $10 a month off your internet bill.

Mate customers enjoy the company’s ‘mate’ guarantees – no lock-in contracts, unlimited data and all-Aussie customer service with a call centre based in Western Sydney.

The details of the new nbn 25 plan include:

  • $59 promo rate
  • Bundle with a mobile for a further $10 off per month
  • No contract
  • Unlimited data
  • All-Aussie customer service
  • 1-month risk-free guarantee
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chris
chris
3 months ago

I have 100mb gamer plan with MyRepublic and currently paying $69 a month (for the last 9 months) in 3 months it goes to $79 a month.
I get 98mb download on average.

Peter E Gillespie
Peter E Gillespie
3 months ago

$60 for bare bones access? I understand that the current NBN pricing structure locks out actual cheap minimal user plans but don’t pretend that $60 is somehow a bargain basement price

JeniSkunk
JeniSkunk
3 months ago

Why is Ausdroid promoting far too slow FRAUDBAND plans, as somehiow being a ‘good deal’?

Snoozin
Snoozin
Reply to  Chris Rowland
3 months ago

A better idea would be to go with Belongs $55 plan, as people can get up to 55Mbps speeds (According to posts on whirpool).

PukeyLuke
PukeyLuke
Reply to  JeniSkunk
3 months ago

It’s good for people that live alone, such as an apartment/unit. 25Mbps is fine for web surfing, even watching Youtube. Netflix states that 3Mbps is the minimum needed for SD streaming and 5 Mbps for HD quality. So for one or even two people this plan would be a “good deal” as long as you didn’t want to stream at 4K.

chris
chris
Reply to  JeniSkunk
3 months ago

The constant negativity isn’t really what we need. You know very well Jeni that Ausdroid can do what they want and they do a good job of offering options and information from across the board that is relevant to Android.
If you don’t like it stop reading Ausdroid again, nobody will mind.
Have a fantastic day Jeni.