Kogan NBN BYO Modem Unlimited Downloads: 25 Mb/s for $57.90 Per Month, 50 Mb/s $65.90, 100 Mb/s $85.90

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Just came across this deal.
Haven’t used it or signed up, has anyone else used this?
Seems reasonably priced.
$57.90 for 25 Mbps
$65.90 for 50 Mbps
$85.90 for 100 Mbps

Also Qantas points per dollar spent.
I’m currently paying $70p/m for 50, but $57.90 for 25 Mbps sounds good

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      pretty good!

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      Any reviews on these guys?

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        I'm on the 25mbps plan. No issues. Speed is usually about 23mbps in peak times.

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          Do you have any ref codes or anything? I might sign up after doing some further research. ABB prices are starting to become less competitive for our needs.

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            @nurries: Don't think they have a referral system yet - they're just starting out. They don't even have a self-service website. If you want to update your credit card details, you've gotta call them. All good though cause it's the Vodafone call centre. Kogan is just a white label of Vodafone's NBN offering.

    • +2 votes

      I have been using flip for a few months now on 50 mbps FTTP, haven't had any issues yet. Customer Service seems pretty responsive too!

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    Isn’t this their usual price? How is it a deal?

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    Costs more than Optus.

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    All NBN providers agreed to keep the price on the 60-ish dollars level. ACCC should look into this.

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      Another Royal Commission? I wonder how much have taxpayers been chipping into all those Royal Commissions. All those money can be put into air-conditioning for all public schools or, more importantly??!!, air-conditioning for exporting cattle.

      • +3 votes

        Agree with air condition for cattle, wouldn't want them to be stressed and tense before slaughter. Meat tastes better when they're comfortable.

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    Not necessarily available even if you have NBN access. I have an NBN FTTP service but when I entered my address on the Kogan website it advised:

    "Not Serviceable Yet
    Unfortunately, Kogan Internet is not available in your area yet. Please check back at a later date."

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    Was recently considering this. Decided to go with Exetel for $59.99 for 50Mbps instead.
    People have bad things to say about Exetel, but people have bad things to say about all providers so I'm going to see what it's like.

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      Sorry to dig up an old post, but how have you found Exetel? FTTN or FTTP?

      I'm trying to choose between Exetel and Kogan for 50Mbps FTTN..

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    I'm with mungi but since they ditched their 100m plan I'm on the look out for a new RSP. Can anyone comment on Kogan's 100m plan. Cheers

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    I'm on their $65.90 for 50 Mbps plan.
    It does job, I get about 28-30mb most of the time.
    It's their usual price so not really a deal as such.

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    Currently on no contract with TPG NBN FTTN (50/20mbps) plan. Don't use the internet that much hence wondering if I should switch to this or Flip NBN?
    Also wonder if I can port my landline phone number so that incoming calls can be answered.

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    Kogan, any chance of a special deal/offer for Mungi NBN customers now that they have gone out of business?