New Development NBN Contribution Fee $250 (was $300) @ Tangerine

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Pretty sweet deal for those in new developments looking to connect to NBN for the first time. The standard nbn "contribution fee" is $300 but Tangerine are offering it for $250. Couple that with the fact they have a 14 day risk free trial means it's a bit of a no brainer for new connections.

No info on when the deal will finish just that it's for a limited time only.

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    I don't understand. does NBN connection require users to chip in 300 for first time set up? Is the fee just limited to certain new buildings?

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    I got mine all waived off by Telstra.

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    All brand new developments have a $300 connection fee. BS money grab from NBN. If you are renting, ask the land lord if they are willing to cop the fee or if you have to pay. Mine was nice enough to pay it

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      I've had it paid for by the owner in two places I've rented. It should be paid for by the owner as it's a "permanent fixture" to the property. Much like an Antenna.

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      BS money grab from NBN

      It’s the exact same ‘money grab’ that Telstra always had (well theirs was $299.)

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    When I was changed to Fibre to the Node there was no fee. Is it only for fibre to the premises?

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      Was your place a new build?

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      You got NBN. Late-comers are getting the "Sooner, Cheaper, Faster" dog's breakfast brought to you by two shysters who have left the building. Their associates are still around tho…
      It's a Shelbyville thing…

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        I guess the LNP trolls are out early - originally NBN connections were free [* if you accepted the connection as they rolled it out*], and change-overs on the copper [FTTN/C] still are, however we now have to help pay for the copper we bought off Telstra after they had been compensated for its obsolescence.

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      If you're a change over there is no charge it's mostly for greenfield developments or new apartments

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      You already had a connection via the Telstra copper network, which is what your NBN uses for the last 1km. That's why you didn't have to pay.

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    I got mine all waived off by Iinet.

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