[ACT] 100Mbps Unlimited VDSL2 for $39.99/mth for First 12 Months ($79.99/mth Thereafter) + $60 Setup Fee @ iiNet (New Customer)

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Not for everyone but a great deal for us folk in Canberra that can access VDSL2. I wasn't aware of it and almost signed up for Aussie with the $20 off deal; AB said they were able to connect to my apartment so I guess the option is there.

Free local calls included as you can plug in a normal phone to the VOIP Netphone.

$80 per month after the first 12 months but I am sure there will be another deal by then.


  • VDSL2 Speeds: Typical evening speed indicates download speed and is measured between 7pm-11pm. Actual throughput speeds may be slower and could vary due to various factors including interference, customer cabling and equipment, download source, and line length.

    VDSL2 2 has an upload connection speed of up to 20Mbps. Offer only available to new customers and may be withdrawn at any time. $59.99 activation fee applies on VDSL2 no lock-in contracts.

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  • +6 votes

    first marijuana, now $40 nbn, ACT place to be

  • +3 votes

    It's from TPG, not iiNet. TPG gave me a very bad time by their customer service.

    • +2 votes

      iiNet gave me a very bad time with their customer service as well. Premium pricing, sub-par product after TPG took over. Switched to AussieBB after 10 years with iiNet.

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        Man, remember old iinet and for some people - internode, Australia's best ISP?
        I miss the days of iinet and internode extras
        Free premium di fm + other radio stations, Usenet on internode.
        Remember the year iinet had free streaming premier league?!!
        So great.
        13 years I was with them..

        Tpg are better than when I worked there but they are so 50/50

        If you get any problems, you're in for trouble.

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      iiNet is owned by TPG so assume the service centre are the same one for both companies.

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        They were still separate in 2017 when I last called iinet but they said they didn't have long left.

  • +1 vote

    I have this (although the offer was previously $40 for first 12 months, $80 for next 12 months on a 24 month contract), and am very happy with the speeds.

    FWIW I am not sure they actually call it '100Mbps' or advertise that anywhere?

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      Yeah I just figured 100Mbps was easier as all 100Mbps plans will state 60-90 is more likely. A mod has already heavily edited the post so I'll leave it to them to make that call.

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      I believe the previous offer also said "new customers only", however after the 24 months you were able to call up and just re-contract to get the deal again. I'm not sure how you'd go with this one though? Mine's up in a few months… I guess I'll find out!

    • +1 vote

      they advertise "74 typical evening speed" so i'd imagine the maximum achievable in perfect conditions is 100.

  • +1 vote

    isn't VDSL and FTTN the same thing?

  • +1 vote

    Much better than their $100 NBN 100

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      If you can get VDSL2 that is. I'm stuck with NBN in the Woden area.

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        Still don't have NBN in Bonython - it's 4g or ADSl2 :'( I mean yeah it's South Canberra but I'm 1.5km from the town centre :(

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    Wow can't get this and still no nbn at my address. Australia's Capital Territory of shitty internet.

  • +1 vote

    I get pretty consistent 80/20 line speeds, idk if they have bumped the line from 80 to 100 or if it is still capped at 80 and op is just confused?

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    Anyone know if you can schedule a connection date? I couldn’t find anything on their site or through the sign up process.

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      I signed up when I posted the deal. In an email they said that a company called Tech2Home will be in touch to book an appointment. Still haven't heard from them but I have a tracking number for modem.

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        Thanks for your reply, did you have VDSL2 connected to your place previously, or a new install?

        • +1 vote

          I just moved in as a renter. I got a letter in the mail last week from iiNet saying that there was a previous connection and informed me about this plan.

          I assume they monitor AllHomes and then send a generic letter a month after the property is removed from listing. Not a bad targeted marketing approach.

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