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Aussie Broadband nbn 50 & nbn 100 Unlimited Plans $59/ $79 for First 6 Months (New Customers)

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SWITCH20MUNGI20

This month we’re bringing back the SWITCH20 promotion for the whole month of November.
If you sign up using the above promo code at checkout you will receive $20 off either our nbn 50 or nbn 100 Unlimited plans for the first 6 months of your service. That means that you can get a nbn 50 Unlimited plan for $59 per month or a nbn 100 Unlimited plan at $79 per month for the first 6 months of your service.

Don't forget that if you're already an Aussie Broadband customer you can share this promotion with a friend and use our refer-a-friend promo to get a $50 credit on your account.

Terms and conditions apply:
New customers only.
Promotion applies for new nbn orders and pre-orders placed with promo code from 10:00AM AEDT 1/11/18 until 11:59PM 30/11/18
Offer only available on nbn 50 and nbn 100 Unlimited data plans.
One promo per application, highest value offer will be applied.
Available either online or over the phone.
Promotion cannot be applied to orders already placed.
Service not available in all areas.
See www.aussiebroadband.com.au for full terms and conditions

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  • +5 votes

    Rep I signed up for last months promotion (free month) but for a commencement date end of November - is it possible to change to this offer considering the service has yet to commence?

  • +3 votes

    wow i just signed up late yesterday…..

  • +49 votes

    Hate it, when loyal customers don't get benefits like this

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      hey bud, I assume you are with Aussie Broadband. How's their speed so far? We are getting nbn (hfc) soon so we're now checking our options. thanks!

      • +3 votes

        not sure about HFC, I'm on FTTN, speeds are whatever they promise, hardly had any fallouts.

      • +8 votes

        Hi sigplay,

        I'm with AussieBB (And have been for about a year now) in South Australia on HFC Connection.
        I'm loving it, I've never had any issues apart from the random drop out here and there.

        I'm constantly hitting my max 100mbps per second, I've never actually ever seen my speeds drop below 90mbps.

        Would def recommend.

        • +1 vote

          Thanks @letmesingh and @zekedot! I would definitely consider them now. I was only looking at the TPG, Optus and Telstra before moreso due to name recognition. Starting to rethink my life choices now…

          • +1 vote

            @sigplay: Why rely on two points of data?

            ACCC conducted a report on speeds, I just googled accc net speeds and got this.

            https://www.accc.gov.au/media-release/australias-broadband-s...

            • +1 vote

              @cloudy: After seeing the ACCC:

              -Find the retail electricity sector is a complete failure but recommend keeping it around while they set the price to pay for it all.

              -Criticise the state owned electricity grids for spending money on grid maintenance because electricity customers don't mind blackouts.

              -Rod Sims informing ACMA that 5G internet, which is an imaginary thing that might be 25% better than 4G LTE, will remove the need for fibre. Might even kill the NBN apparently.

              I have swiftly come to the conclusion that the ACCC my enemy because it's intent on keeping the electricity price as high as possible as long as it's not "unsustainable". And that Professor Rod Sims is a rube who believes telco industry marketing instead of actually knowing anything about the internet.

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            @sigplay: If you really want to know how good their service is, head over to whirlpool.net and look at the boards there.
            Generally ABB is highly ranked for being Aussie, having Aussie call centre and great speeds and reliability.
            There's always discussions about providers on there, so that will be your best place to look for any questions you have about them.

            • +2 votes

              @MCPokey: Thanks guys. I am not relying on two points of data rather, since the first comment was complaining about deals for existing customers, I surmised that he is a "genuine" customer. I normally trust that a little bit more. However, I am still reading up on the resources you've mentioned. Thanks again for the comments!

        • +1 vote

          I've never had any issues apart from the random drop out here and there.

          What is it now? Never had any issues or random drop out ? LOL

      • +1 vote

        I’m with ABB, on HFC 100/40. Usual speed throughout the day is at least 90mbps

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          thanks bud. we've signed up with ABB and are just waiting for NBN to be available at our place sometime in december.

          • +2 votes

            @sigplay: Yeah good luck. I’ve certainly had pleasant interactions with ABB compared to my previous provider buzztelco/telecube. Connection has been very stable. If it doesn’t meet your expectations can always op out!

            Edit: been with them for 5 months now

      • +1 vote

        We've been with them on HFC for just over a year. We're on 100mbps and usually pull a solid 85-90 through wired (less through wireless, but this could be our router). We've only had to call for customer service once when we first set up the router and it was excellent. We get regular emails about service updates & maintenance.

        Sorry for the late reply, but hope this helps.

        • +1 vote

          we've signed up about a week ago but your responses make me feel more confident about our service. fingers crossed i get the same level of service you are getting!

    • +5 votes

      These are generally a variation of a loss leader. They take a hit to get people on board and hope they stay.

      Offering to current customers doesn't make much sense, unless of course they had retention problems.

    • +1 vote

      You mean like the referral option in the post given that no-one ever does specials on broadband for existing customers?

    • +3 votes

      Not this crap again. A comment every deal.

      Have an actual think about it.

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      Whinge whinge whinge

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      I, too, was shocked to learn a business's goal is to increase their customer base and profit

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    What happens after 6 months ?

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    I was thinking about signing up for the small business premium/advanced. (100gB, 500GB)

    https://www.aussiebroadband.com.au/small-business/nbn-plans/

    as i would like a static IP - any way to swing a discount that way?

  • +2 votes

    Hey rep, is it possible to subscribe for the promotion within this month, but not activating it till next year? If it is possible, will the 6 months commence on activation of the plan (e.g. $20 off Feb 2019 - July 2019)?

  • +6 votes

    I signed up for this deal nearly 6 months ago and have been very happy, fast and reliable internet which is far superior to my previous provider.

  • -2 votes

    Drop out is quite serious avg once or twice a day on mine.

    • +16 votes

      You have a fault or a shitty router then.

      • +2 votes

        Gotta agree with you there. Used to have dropouts every so often and just put up with it. Went away for a week came back with an NTD that had a dead uni port. After reporting to Aussie, NBN came out a couple of days later to replace the NTD but also checked other things like tap conenctions and signal. He found a couple of bad connections and a signal way out of range causing the dropouts. Havent had one since. (Aussie HFC NBN 50/20)

      • +2 votes

        Router is supplied by them like 2 months ago. FTTN speed is good but just not stable and gets dropped out once or twice a day. Not that is bothers me because I don't game online but if you do you will need to consider it first. There is no string attached with Aussie Bradband so if you are not happy just go elsewhere.
        Thanks for negging my comment on my experience with AUSSIE BROADBAND.

    • +6 votes

      Considering ABB's reputation + track record, I'd say the issue is probably with your Modem, your connection to the node/pit/curb, or your internal wiring.

      • Do you have FTTN/FTTC/FTTP/HFC?
      • What Modem/Router do you use?
      • How old is your house?
      • How old is your street/neighborhood
      • What speed tier are you signed up to, and what sort of speeds do you get from it?
  • +1 vote

    The critical information summary says "This service is month-to-month with no fixed term."

    But the website says "Total Cost $1896" (aka $79 x 24 months). Why?

    • +7 votes

      The standard plans are a 24 month contract with a 'free' modem ($149). If you leave within that time, you just pay out the cost of the modem. If you don't want the modem just select the 'Build your own plan' and it doesn't have the modem or contract.

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        Thanks for the info! :)

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        So I take it this code is still valid on the month to month plans then.

        • +1 vote

          Yep, and their contracts are fair as they don't lock you into a stupid exit fee (like my old ISP Internode did, $99 connection fee no contract, but if you go on a contract and cancel within 6 months it's $300 early termination fee. Even in the last 19-24 months it's still $100). Ridiculous.

  • +2 votes

    Good timing. I've been ready to jump ship from my current provider as the speeds are steadily getting worse.

    • +1 vote

      Would be nice to mention your current provider for the record.

    • +3 votes

      Sounds like mine (Myrepublic)!

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      I'm having the same problem with Aussie Broadband. I've gone from about 88Mbit down to around 75 right now and it gets worse every time there's an outage. When I reported it a couple of days ago the response was basically "well can you prove you were ever getting 88?". Awesome.

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          Yeah. I know it's not likely to be AussieBB's issue, I was just reporting it so they could feed it back to NBN. Still disappointed by the expectation that a customer would meticulously log their sync rates in case of a problem lol

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            @omgitzrick: Not really .. when u checked your speed .. do the same via speedtest.net and bookmark the URL after the test finishes, that is unique for the test. You can always go back to the result and share it.

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        Out of genuine curiosity, does a speed of 75 impact you in an way over a speed of 88? I was previously on the 100 plan getting speeds of about 90 but downgraded to the 50 plan - not getting 45 and don't notice any difference in normal day to day use with Netflix and random downloads.

  • +1 vote

    if they did a special which was more of a litetime one i would sign on, and i would be a customer for life ( as long as they don't degrade the service )
    Thats why i went with mungi, they gave me a $5 off for live and i don't think i will ever change.

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    This may be a good timing for me. Proposed NBN FTTC service will be available at home at the end of December. I assume I can sign up as pre-order now?

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    I am moving to a new house next month and i'm with ABB, if I cancel then get connected up with this promo will that work?

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    I thought the normal price was 69 per month so wouldn't twenty off make it 49 per month. What am I missing here

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