Flip Summer NBN Referral Promotion $15 Referrer and Referree @ Flip NBN (Free Connection No Contract)

100

$15 each (Referrer and Referree) for new NBN referrals (T&C's below).
Access referral link from "My Account" or enter account number in promo code section

Share your unique referral link with your friends and family. You can also mention to them your account number if they’d prefer to order over the phone.
There is also a online form option if you'd prefer to directly email a contact

Currently no contract sign-up is free until 31 Jan 2019.
BYO Modem option too.
Unlimited Data

$54.95/mth Family 25 (21.92 Mbps Typical Evening Speeds) *
$59.95/mth Fast 50 (43.27 Mbps Typical Evening Speeds) *
(There is a Value 12 option that I have intentionally omitted)

*Promotional pricing for the first 3 months of service and will revert back to standard price in month 4 of your plan. Standard monthly cost as follows: NBN 12 is $54.90, NBN 25 is $64.90, NBN 50 is $69.90.

Carrier is Vocus (for those that care)

Terms and Conditions:

This referral promotion is for Flip NBN referrals only.
Both accounts (referrer and referral) will be credited with the $15 once the referral conditions below have been met by both parties.
For you (the referrer)- conditions to be met to qualify for the referral bonus:
You must hold an active Flip account.
Your account should be fully up to date, i.e. with no due payments exceeding a 30 day period; and
Referral code or personal information must not be shared by sending electronic messages without the recipient’s consent, by cold-calling, or by publishing or distributing any advertisement whatsoever referring to Flip or our goods and services.

For your friend (the referee)- conditions to be met to qualify for the referral bonus:
The service must be provisioned and activated by Flip and the first bill fully paid.
Referee must be a new customer with Flip, who has not previously received any services from us (including Flip TV). We may, at our sole discretions, deem a customer not to be a new customer in the event of similarities in name, address, phone number and/or credit card details with an existing customer; and
Your friend must provide the referral code when signing-up, whether online or via phone. Accounts will not be associated to a referrer after this time.

After the new (referee’s) service has been paid, credits earned for both parties will be applied against the next regular invoice.
Credit amount includes GST.
Flip reserves the right to amend or discontinue this promotion at any time and without any prior notice.
Credits cannot be redeemed for cash."

Mod: Add or use referral below.

Referral Links

Referral: random (10)

$15 to referrer & referee.

Related Stores

Flip TV!
Flip TV!

Comments

  • +1 vote

    Anyone been with these guys for a bit? are the speeds/customer support good?

    •  

      From ACCC Nov 2018 testing, Standard Plus (50) Evening Speed was 43.27 Mbps (ABB @ 45)
      https://www.whistleout.com.au/Broadband/Guides/what-is-nbn-e...

      • +1 vote

        From ACCC Nov 2018 testing

        The ACCC don’t do testing for the Typical Evening Speeds for every RSP, that’s self reported and isn’t part of the SamKnows testing by the ACCC, only 6 RSP’s are part of that (Aussie Broadband, iiNet, MyRepublic, Optus, Telstra and TPG)

        From that Whistleout page

        This table shows average speeds during peak use times of 7pm to 11pm, as advertised by internet carriers with consumer plans. Some speeds are based on the latest real-world tests carriers have run on their networks. Other carriers have chosen to provide a more general guideline. Some providers don't offer all speed tiers.

  • +3 votes

    Rather stick with Aussie after the fall of Buzz and Mungi.

    •  

      I hadn't even noticed Mungi had gone under. Well, at least Mungi offered sympathy to their customers. When Telecube went down, they didn't even offer that. Just an FYI that service would stop (and it actually stopped half a week before that).

      I wonder how Vocus deals with all the ISP's going under, not paying their bills to them. I know Telecube owed Vocus a lot.

      •  

        i didn't even get any notice with mungi. Was just boom the switch was flicked off, 5 mins later got the email saying they shut down haha. It's a shame as they were a really good company, fantastic customer service.

  •  

    I went to Aussie before Mungi went down, but $20 off/month now running out.
    Worth testing the market before returning next time I qualify for a honeymoon rate ;-)

    •  

      I have used their service.Pathetic Customer Support. Would be good ONLY is you want to save a few bucks.
      Every week end I would loose service and had to restart the modem now and then.

    •  

      I don't know if it's a choice but I have been with HarbourISP providing reliable service for more than 2.5 years (on Opticomm Fiber) but heard similar reviews from friends who got NBN connection from them

  • +1 vote

    I've been with Flip TV for my NBN for about 7 months now. I'm on a 50/20 plan. Their local speeds are fine, but international speeds are a bit slow:

    Local:
    http://www.speedtest.net/result/7937299422

    International:
    http://www.speedtest.net/result/7937296750

    • +1 vote

      That international speed is pretty bad.

      AussieBB for comparison at 9.14PM Perth time - https://www.speedtest.net/my-result/i/3035865640

      • +1 vote

        Yes and AussieBB charge people $10 more per month for same 50/20 plan.

        •  

          Never said they don’t, but for an extra $2.27 a week it’s clearly worth it (and shows it’s obviously not the ‘same 50/20 plan’).

          Aussie also usually have a free month/$ off for the first 6 months, so even more so in their favour.

          •  

            @Porthos: Flip has a further $10 off their regular price for the first 3 months so Aussie are not alone on the discounts.
            Makes a total savings compared to Aussie of $60 (after current discounts)in the first year and increasing to $109 each following year on the nbn50 unlimited plan.
            Like most things in life, you get what you pay for.

            •  

              @Ruprect:

              Like most things in life, you get what you pay for.

              Cool, so we agree that Aussie are worth the extra $2.27 a week due to having vastly superior international speeds.

  •  

    Great feedback guys

  • +1 vote

    I've been with Flip for about 6 months on a really attractive intro rate that they haven't altered. Their customer service has been absolutely first class, and the speeds I get are right on the ceiling of what my plan offers.

    Recommended.

  •  

    Would I be able to sign up first and schedule a later connection date?
    edit: Yes. Later date activation is possible.

    •  

      Have to be pretty specific…I scheduled for a later date but it ended up coming earlier…worked out for me anyway

      •  

        I'm looking at signing up before 31 Jan and connecting end Feb. I'm on FTTP. How long have you been with Flip? Would love to hear your feedback on their service and peak hours speed. Thanks.

        •  

          Been connected for 2 weeks now. I am based in WA so the peak hours might be different. Only one occasion when I experience bad delay in game but other times it has been smooth.

  • Top