Superloop Home Broadband NBN: First Month Free with Code (Any Plan, New Customers Only), No Sign up Fee, No Contract

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First month of NBN free with Superloop. Unsure of when the deal ends.

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  • +1 vote

    For the same price you can get 100 Mbit from Kogan Internet, and a free router (okay quality).

  • +1 vote

    Not a good deal :)

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    $75 is a special? Geez how do they have customers?

    • +6 votes

      Geez how do they have customers?

      Some people are happy to pay a bit more for an Australian call centre.

    • +2 votes

      Because some people actually understand networks. It's a little thing called backhaul. It's not usually advertised but Kogan (Vodafone) vs superloop is much like the earlier comment. Mandarins and oranges, both fruits yes, but are different fruits.

      You have to pay If you want the best real world and consistent performance, plus au contact centres etc. If you want no frills, you can get that cheaper. That is if you can put up with its limitations.

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    Note that there is no sign-up fee or a lock-in contract.

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    So who are these guys? Competition for ABB?

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    Flawless service.

  • +2 votes

    Do they use or plan to use CG-NAT at all?

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    Nothing about home phone, guessing they don't do?

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    Looking to switch to Superloop from ABB (6 month deal finishing in a few weeks).

    Can't see a way to schedule activation - anyone know how soon they switch you over once you submit your order (FTTN)?

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    How do these guys compare with Internode?
    I'm on HFC and specifically talking about 50/20…

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      Next level up in terms of network, speeds and support. The big three for quality at the moment are AussieBB, Superloop and Future Broadband. Internode and all these others are ok for the average user but for the fussy or the demanding, the top three are the go. Telstra have good product but fail with overseas support.

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    What the churning process like if you’re on nbn? I’m currently with abb on fttc

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      I did the same last week (FTTC).
      1. Sign up with Superloop
      2. Wait for the churn to happen (a few hours on a weekday). Since ABB and Superloop both use DHCP, so there is no need to change anything on you router, you will get an email notification after and would notice that your IP changes).
      3. Call ABB and notify them that you want to terminate your service.

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    Anyone know how the compare to ABB? I have no complaints with the service I receive from ABB. I just think it's time they reduced their prices.

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      I went from ABB to these guys, as good if not better than ABB

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        Can you tell me if Superloop has an API for data usage, like ABB? I can’t find this info in whirlpool or Superloop’s website.

  • +1 vote

    Highly recommend Superloop for their customer service and network quality.

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    FYI: Once you're connected, you can see your POI utilization graph in the members area.
    Mine is less than 20% capacity at peak period!

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    Thanks guys, just signed up 100/40 HFC.

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    If you've been with Superloop previously, when are you considered a new customer?

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      Interested in this too, I cancelled mine about a month ago. Can I go back and get my free month?

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    Err, got a NBN technician booked in for 14 days from now lawl. What the?!

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    Thx OP. Just switch from Tangerine to Superloop (HFC) connected today up from 40Mbps to 90Mbps straight away! (both accounts were 100/40

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    For the record, I just switched from AussieBB to Superloop (FTTN), and it was up and running in under an hour from signing up on the website - nice :)

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    I'm with SL on HFC NBN50 at $75/month. Been 2 months now and so far so good. Really good speeds specially when it comes to streaming and low ping for games(Steam) specially comparing with my previous provider Tangerine where I noticed a lot of throttling going on.

    However they give a dynamic ip, if you want a static it'd be $5 extra per month.

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