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$10 off nbn 50/20, 100/20, 100/40 & 250/25 for First 6 Months (New Customers Only) @ Aussie Broadband

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Received this promo flyer in mail.

Similar to this deal, except that it only includes the following speed tiers: unlimited plans only on 50/20, 100/20, 100/40 or 250/25

Longer expiry than previous deal.

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  • +30 votes

    So they raise the prices for their existing customers by $10 and then offer this discount to new customers.

    That's some bullshit tbqh. If I wasn't so lazy I would find another ISP.

    • -9 votes

      I'll happily support Aussie Broadband for $10/month.

    • +18 votes

      This is called the loyalty tax, you pay more for beign loyal to a company. I switched to Superloop, and is been working great and saving a lot of money. The web portal is crap and they don't have an app like ABB does, but as long as my internet works and is stable, I'm happy. I'll switch back to abb after my 6 months discount expires

      • +1 vote

        I just switched from TPG to Superloop last night and it was a very quick setup. Just had to factory reset the TPG provided router and configure a bit (dynamic IP for superloop)

        • +1 vote

          Same, switching from abb to slopp happened in a few minutes, i was even downloading some Linux ISOs and didn't even notice it until they sent me a text message to confirm. Then called ABB and they refunded me the remaining days on my plan

        • +1 vote

          Do yourself a favour and dump the TPG router. They've got it fully locked down (unless you have the login details for the superadmin) but the router itself is a POS.

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            @KangaDrew: I am planning on doing that for sure, have been keeping an eye out on a mesh system and using one of the nodes to ethernet into my PC. Am very indecisive on which one to choose though.

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              @mgexiled: What speed tier are you on and are you looking at a WiFi 5 or WiFi 6 mesh system?

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                @albert0pia: I'm on 100mbps/20mbps speed tier with Superloop, a 2 bedroom house. Probably just wifi 5 for now.

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                  @mgexiled: If that's the case, you might wanna look at the TP-Link Deco M5. A 3-pack can be had for $190 delivered from The Good Guys Commercial, if you have access.

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          Jumped on the superloop deal coming from ABB, was switched over in 5 mins on a Sunday. Have also been surprised with how decent it has been.i

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          Anyone switched NBN-FTTB from Belong to Superloop? I'm not interested in byuing another router and would like to reuse my Belong router for Superloop.

          The below link says it uses IPoE or DHCP which is same as Belong.
          https://whirlpool.net.au/wiki/vdsl2_modem_routers_isp_settin...

          The below link also mentioned IPoE for NBN.
          https://hbbsupport.superloop.com/hc/en-au/articles/360060067...

          I know for sure that Belong router works for Aussie Broadband but not sure about Superloop. Tried contacting Superloop to ask this and I have disconnected the call myself after 20 mins (my number in the line was 2 and didn't even move to 1). I like experimenting and heard good reviews so wanted to test Superloop but looks like better I pay extra $10 and go with Aussie Broadband.

      • +1 vote

        Another happy ABB to Superloop convert. ABB wanted to hike my monthly fee by $10 AND decrease my speed. No thanks.

    • +1 vote

      Price rise also applies to new customers, though, and they're just getting the same introductory discount existing customers did.

      If they doubled the introductory discount off the back of the price rise, then yeah, I'd be pissed. But as things stand, the price rise is a separate issue.

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    When is the NBN 250 pricing starting at $99??

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    I like how they offer a 75/20 plan as an in between price point (if you're valuing aus support).

  • +3 votes

    Or you could just goto super loop and get the $10 cheaper indefinitely

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      Is that plan to plan comparable across the board?

      Post a deal. 👍

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        I’m sure it’s been posted already.. their normal rate for 100/40 is $99 (the prior price at Aussie before jacking).
        Additionally you may get $10-15 off for first 6 months with referral or promo codes (again listed fairly recently I think).

        Overall I am very satisfied and don’t know any worse or better performance to aussie… it’s top notch

        • +1 vote

          Hmm, I'm still paying $84 or so with kogan for 100/40. It's been the constant dilemma. Do I downgrade for few $/m saving and essentially get a lower speed tier also or just keep what I have. It's a shame prices went UP over the last year. I'm reluctant to pay much more than I already am but also don't want a bugger cap just to save a few bucks.

          • +1 vote

            @db87: While not personally having used kogan’s internet I am inclined to avoid it based on what I’ve heard and my experience with the brand in general.
            I thought $85 was an into price anyway?

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              @mitchins: Service wise we've never had any issues.

              Price used to be ~$75 with the $10 off for 6 months. Since it went went up to ~$85 I've been in the hunt but haven't been too moved by what's available since.

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    What is considered to be a 'new customer'? How long do I have to wait after I stopped using their services?

    • +2 votes

      I'm pretty sure it's 6 months.

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        Thanks, guess I still have a few months to wait then!

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      Not ABB, but I was with Superloop, cancelled and went to Mate, then back to Superloop after a month and qualified for the $20 p/m offer.

  • +5 votes

    I know Aussie BB have a very good rep for their service but it just so hard for me to pay $20/month extra just for that. I am with Mate on their 100/20 for $79/month. Their support is all Australian too and the plan has a static IP included. For me this is pretty hard to beat. I only just got NBN a week ago but from my short experience they seem pretty good.

    • +1 vote

      I am also with Mate on the same plan (FTTC). Speed is excellent all day long. Best valued plan by far.

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      Nice, Superloop was already on my shortlist for when my contract is up, but it is nice to have more viable options.

  • +8 votes

    Superloop is cheaper and similar service with Aus based support.

    Discounted prices for first 6 months on SL (month to month rolling contract)

    50/20 $58.95
    100/20 $74.95
    100/40 $ 83.95
    250/25 $109

    EDIT: These are plans with unlimited downloads.

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      also 1000/50 $129.. (3TB download limit)

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      Do I cancel ABB first or just call superloop and let them sort out the switchover?

      • +1 vote

        Go through superloop and just switch over, youll be connected and switched over in 15 mins.

        Then call ABB and sort out the pro rated last month of billing

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          Thanks heaps.
          Username checks out too

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    Nice to see they provide support for existing customer :)

  • +5 votes

    Time to move away from Aussie BB.

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    For the record I had an awful time when switching to Superloop, am going to take advantage of this deal to switch back to Aussie.

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    Aren't the superloop plans cheaper?

    They are $15 off until end of Jan.

  • +1 vote

    This has come quite timely for me as I need to switch over to NBN:

    Out of TPG, Superloop and Aussie Broadband, which provider would you guys recommend?
    I'm pretty out of the loop with this.

    I'm currently paying $99 per month and have speeds of 100mbps.

    TPG: NBN100 = $79.95 per month (then $89.95 after 6 months)
    Superloop: 100mbps/40mbps = $83.95 (then $98.95 after 6 months)
    Aussie Broadband: 100/20mbps = $89 per month (-$10 as per this deal)

    TPG is the front runner due to price but is there any insight as to why I would pick the the other two options?

    • +1 vote

      Out of TPG, Superloop and Aussie Broadband, which provider would you guys recommend?

      Superloop or Aussie Broadband

    • +1 vote

      The ACCC releases performance data on the NBN here tests so you can review the performance of each there.

      Based on OzBargain feedback:
      - TPG support may be of concern
      - Aussie Broadband support is fantastic (they recently increased their pricing hence why a lot of people here have a grudge against them)
      - Superloop - cheaper pricing so people love them. Not too sure on how they run/support though.

      I chose AussieBroadband as I would rather pay a little bit more for support as I work from home.

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        SL support is also AUS based. Best in the sense, that after initial setup, I never needed to call them in 1 year of service. :-)

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          Also connected for over 6 months have have not had to make any calls. I do get drop-outs (my area) but resolves its self in seconds. Rather than minutes then have to reset modem.

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        My Republic looks pretty damn good?? might switch to them when my superloop discounts run out

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      TPG = You get what you pay for, there's a reason they're cheaper.

    • +1 vote

      I've been on several different ISPs (MyRepublic, TPG, iiNet, Internode, AussieBroadband, Mate) and the only major difference between them all is price.
      I've had weird disconnect issues at inconvenient times on all these providers.

      I give higher praise to Mate and Aussie Broadband for their customer support. I found TPG and MyRepublic to have the poorest support

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        Much the same experience. I'm with Future Broadband as they have some quota plans with data banking.. mix that with their pay in advance discount, its a better price if you don't want to keep chasing specials.
        I used to be with Aussie and can't really fault them, possibly more dropouts in the early morning as they do maintenance on their network but other then that I can't really tell any difference. This discount does make their plans well priced if you include their good support.

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          Looks like FBB jacked their prices. 100/20 is now $100/month. Superloop back in front.

    • +1 vote

      What about:

      Superloop: 100mbps/20mbps = $74.95 (then $89.95 after 6 months)

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        Ah yes. This is also an option.
        Thanks UNO.

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      I was with Superloop for 7 months, had 2 connections issue from their end during those period, and the queue to call the technical support in 9AM may take more than an hour. Their downtime monitoring status also takes few hours after downtime to reflect. They are Australian based support, but maybe only 1 or 2 personnel

  • +2 votes

    Ok, ABB plans are not cheap, but on the hindsight, they provide excellent customer support and technical support.

    If you are after new plan with ABB, i would recommend calling them and ask them for the best deal. Generally they waive first month free, which works out better than $10 for 6 months.

    I have signed up for 1000/50 plan on HFC and get speed on LAN around 930 all day. They offered me 1st month free.

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    Once again existing customers get shafted.

    • +2 votes

      You're right. Looks like you've upset the ABB fanbois.

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    For all the existing customers upset with this, why didn't you get on the recent Black Friday deal, I'm on 250/25 speeds FTTP for only $109p/m after the $20 monthly credit for six months. Thanks Aussie :)

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      Is it too late to say that?
      Even with the $10 discount it is still too expensive, for 100/20 speed.

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        Just saying that existing customers do sometimes win too, even with Aussie. I got lucky.

  • +1 vote

    On the west side of Vic, ABB is usually more stable than TPG or any other. Usually the estate i'm in TPG is always down with no notification and ABB has been going strong with rarely any downtime. and for $10 more a month than others, the average speeds i'm getting for a 100 is always above 97mb.

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    Anyone used Tangerine & can share their experiences pls?
    Their XL Boost plan is 50/20 unlimited data for $60pm (first 6 months). Considering churning from Superloop

    • +1 vote

      Yep, I've used Tangerine for 6 months. Great service.

  • +1 vote

    So ive been with ABB for 6 months and have now been with Superloop for 6 months - Who is next best to try at the moment? I'd switch back to ABB but even with the discount their prices are not cheap anymore

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    Hey guys, quick question on NBN HFC. If my suburb has existing cable network (eg foxtel) and I want to connect to NBN, do I need the NBN technician to come and install anything? Or can I just buy a NBN connection box like the one here -> https://www.commander.com.au/sites/default/files/2018-12/nbn... and use a coaxial cable to connect to the existing cable network?

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      I dont think you need to "buy" any NBN connection boxes, they should be provided by NBN.

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    Infinitely better than Superloop. No issues since joining ABB