Telstra NBN25 Bundle $69 Per Month (2 Year Contract, $99 Setup Fee) With 100GB Monthly Data, Unlm. National Calls

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this deal is for essentials bundle

the $99 setup fee might kill it for most…

this would be good for existing customers & who have a seniors Pensioners Concession card.


Critical Information Summary
https://www.telstra.com.au/content/dam/tcom/personal/broadba...

  • Includes Wi-FI Modem by Telstra
  • Minimum cost including Setup: $1755
  • Maximum Early Termination charges: $576

Pensioner discount
If you have an eligible Pensioner Concession card, you can apply to receive a $15 Monthly Call Allowance which can be used for 019, 13 number and international calls.

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    Is the $15p/m credit only on the cheapest plan?

  • +1 vote

    $99 setup + 24m Contract on title please.

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    Today I had telstra nbn installation done from the previous deal, of $89 casual plan with free install, telstra modem, telstra tv, google mini, speed boost and $100 welcome credit. Internet is up and running at 85mb download.

  • +1 vote

    Where's the discount for seniors mentioned - will forward that onto my folks

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    would you qualify for this even if NBN cant be installed at your location?

    wondering about parents who have rural adsl2+ which is super dodgy. NBN came out to try an upgrade, said wasnt possible due to the remoteness, and they would need a dish or some kinda wireless service to move to nbn. need a better quality adsl2+ connect for them.

    • +2 votes

      Something doesn't sound right. NBN is either available (RFS) or it isn't. Your parents house will be wired NBN or it will be wireless NBN (FW or Satt.) Either way you sign up for the NBN through a provider (RSP) and someone will come and install it.

  • +1 vote

    100GB with a good NBN connection will disappear fast, especially if you are streaming a lot of TV.

    I got 100mbs connection with unlimited download for $89 a few months ago. @hununjun24 got a reasonable deal with the added extras.

  • +4 votes

    Seems the $15 credit is only for calls, and is for Pensioners with a concession card, not seniors….

    from the CIS

    "If you have an eligible Pensioner Concession card, you can apply to receive a $15 Monthly Call Allowance which can be used for 019, 13 number and international calls"

  • +1 vote

    Should be a wave of NBN discounts arriving shortly.

    https://www.techradar.com/au/news/nbn-co-cuts-100mbps-plan-p...

    • +11 votes

      If they want people to adopt the 100mbps plan then maybe they should be rolling out connections capable of 100mbps!

      • +2 votes

        Yep exactly. My FTTN was connected a few months back and original max attainable speed was 129/52.99Mbps.. currently it’s now 85.22/30.1Mbps and keeps going down.

        I thought I’d won node lotto with it only being ~300m away, and knew the copper was crap but wasn’t expecting it to nose dive like this now. Was thinking about trying the 100/40 plan for a couple of months but no point now.

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    This one includes Foxtel?

  • +3 votes

    Uh not sure if this is a deal, this has been their standard price for a while.

    • +1 vote

      Yep this is actually below the standard deal! Which is $69 for 200GB a month. $89 for unlimited. Whoever takes this deal is getting screwed.

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    Is there any reason to choose Telstra when there are much better deals on paper?
    For mobile, there is coverage, but what for nbn?

    Voda does twice the speed and unlimited data for the same price. Others offer 50Mb unlimited for $60 no contract.
    The "national calls" is worthless, even if you don't have a mobile, as excludes mobile and 13- numbers.

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    Anyone have any experience with the 4G Backup????

    Is it seamless? I'm having some drops atm on a FTTN connection, thinking this may help with that…

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      It's takes a couple minutes to kick on and you receive a sms letting you know it's on backup and another when it's restored. I haven't had any drop outs since connected on fttc and pull a constant 96/38

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        Well your lucky. I moved from a house that got FTTC as early as any after not being in the long term plan.

        Regardless FTTC won't have dropouts like FTTN does.

        Couple minutes defeats the purpose then it'll resync soon after that.

  • +2 votes

    How is this a bargain? It's the regular advertised price, and with a 100GB cap, not a very good plan. And the "pensioner discount" only applies to calls, not NBN or line rental.

  • +4 votes

    Completely lousy deal.
    Plenty of ISPs out there with better service and/or prices.
    Aussie do an unlimited plan with free hardware and no signup fee for a 24mo contract.
    Better ISP, better Aussie based support.
    Byo hardware and go month to month with no connection fee or contact.

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    I don't see the deal here, its telstra so (im guessing here) i wouldn't expect fast peek hour speeds.

    the 100GB might be ok for the slow NBN25 plan but still is low. i have a NBN100 unlimited with internode ($99), i download between 400GB and 600GB a month. We stream everything in HD and the wife watches alot of tv…alot.

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      Bahaha you thunk you'll get better peak speeds with internode? Telstra and ABB are the top two. I get a constant 96/48 with Telstra

      • +1 vote

        NBN Speed - Peak Times
        Telstra is not in Top 3 !!
        Are you sure about 96/48? 🤔

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          Thanks for the link Clumpy - never seen that before.

          Wish they'd break it down by NBN technology though….My Fixed Wireless connection which is about 48Mbps at 5:30am in the morning drops as low as 4Mbps on Sunday nights, usually around 6Mbps. Between 6Mbps and 10Mbps any other nights.

          These figures are obviously all technologies mixed together but showing the dismal Fixed Wireless speeds would show the real story about the crappy wireless technologies. Completely over subscribed towers.

          Bit skewed.

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        i can only go by what i get and judge telstra by my past experiences. i get ↓ 108,2 Mbit/s ↑ 44,2 Mbit/s no peek times slow down at all.

        most of it really depends on weather you won the NBN lotto or not, i was a lucky winner.

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    Telstra $69 100Gb 25Mbps
    ABB $79 Unlimited 50Mbps

    Personally I think this is absolutely not a good deal at all. Especially as in my experience ABB support is magnificent compared to Telstra.

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      Telstra $69 100Gb 25Mbps
      ABB $79 Unlimited 50Mbps

      Not really a direct comparison at all as the Telstra package includes unlimited local, STD and mobile calls. The same package on AussieBB is $75 (25/5 100GB - $55 + $20 call pack).

      If you didn’t need the calls a better comparison would just be that Aussie offer the 25/5 100GB for $55 a month.

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        Oops didn't read that properly.

        100Gb at 25Mbps is quite dismal though with a bit of Netflix, YouTube that would be burned within a week tops at my place with the kids. Not too mention their XBox updates, Steam etc. Some games are like 25Gb by themselves.

        I was paying about $100 before NBN with 350Gb at ADSL2, $40 line rental and still had to pay for calls.

        If I got the $20 call pack from ABB right now I would be paying the same ($79 + $20 as you say). I just use my mobile now don't see the point of paying for calls I already get included on my mobile. Save myself the $20 p/m. Did't have that choice before, Telstra charged the line rental regardless. NBN is far more flexible in that regard at least.

        So to ME at least it still seems like a bad deal, but I concede I read that too rushed

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    big providers still getting away with shilling dog-sh*t speeds to the masses. 20/4 is awful.

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