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Unlimited nbn 25/5Mbps $44.90/Month for The First 6 Months Then $59.90 Ongoing (No Contract Fee or Setup Fee) @ Tangerine

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This is a repost of the expired deal posted by supercheap1 8 months ago.

Unlimited nbn downloads 25mbps $44.90/Month First 6 Months
No Contract Fee or Setup Fee
Then $59.90 Ongoing @Tangerine
With 14 day risk free trial.

$25 bonus credit also available via referral.

You may also try to use Shopback link to get 10.5% cashback for the first payment, though there is a chance it won't get confirmed by Shopback due to the exclusion rule "Cashback is not payable on usage of codes not listed on ShopBack"

Referral Links

Referral: random (269)

Both referrer and referee receive $25 for signing up to NBN offer.

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  • +1 vote

    Was Googling this earlier today, seems speed is 25/5 FYI, not 25/10 for those who might need a bit more upload speed.

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      thanks. fixed this in the description

  • +7 votes

    Why not go for Exetel 50 Mbps for the same price during first 6 months

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      looks like there are no referral discounts with Exetel. here is the deal - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/619974 + it says "Approved customers only or subject to credit assessment"

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        I wasn't asked for any credit assessment, booked over the phone.

    • +1 vote

      Was gonna mention the same deal.. thinking of switching myself as my 6mth honeymoon period ends with Superloop in <1 month..

    • +1 vote

      I am also considering where to switch after my 6 months ends.
      But it looks like Exetel has a relatively bad reputation

  • +2 votes

    Be ware of this company. They dont refund pro rata.

    • +2 votes

      From memory, only ABB does pro rata refund if you churn out early.
      You will find rest of the mob like Superloop, Tangerine, Exetel don't do pro rata refunds.

  • +7 votes

    I understand this is a decent deal compared to the normal, but this speed plan should be $29 a month. The pricing of NBN is terrible.

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      That's a problem with NBN, not this RSP.

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        Yes, as mentioned NBN pricing is terrible, not service provider.

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      Kind-of, but at the same time NBN doesn't want you using this service, so they're not going to make it good value to do so

  • +1 vote

    Where is the deal? It's still bloody expensive for such low speed.
    If you're lucky to be around the tpg fttb, you can get unlimited 100mbs for $59.
    There are also similar nbn plan.

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      I don't feel any slowness with the speed in my case + it is the cheapest nbn plan, especially when you refer someone it brings the cost down to $25/month

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        Agreed…2 adults and 2 kids streaming content and me all day at work video conferencing and collab via online tools… Superloop 25 down is working just fine.

        Will suck when my discounted rate runs out.

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    Whats best for gaming on Asian Servers ? Aussie Broad Band used to be good but my ping has gone down the drain lately … maybe after they decided to go public ?

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      Ask if Aussie BB can fix the problem over here and the unofficial Discord or change to Superloop.

      • +1 vote

        thank you sir

  • +1 vote

    Used their promotional price last year for 6 months, how long after, we can be eligible for promotionL price again??

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      it says in their T&C they don't give discount to repeat "new connection"
      but not sure if they actually don't or just say so to protect themselves

      • +1 vote

        I just tried to sign up with them and they said over the phone that they cant offer me the promotional price as I already had service from them at the same address.

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      Not sure how they manage customer profiles, whether they identify you by email address, mobile number or Medicare/ID.. it works though if you re-apply using different person's ID, e.g. your relative..

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    Wouldn't recommend, they throttle.
    Source: experience

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      Using them for almost a year at two different addresses, no complaints. I guess it depends on your existing physical connection.

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    Tangerine or Belong? Looking at Belong's $55/m 30/20 12-month contract plan or this. We currently have 50/20 $60 6-month promo offer on Superloop which ends early-August but would do fine on 25/5 or 30/20 too.

    Just want something to work without trouble and be reasonably priced (<$55/m) so we don't have to switch every 6 months to take advantage of new offers.

    • +1 vote

      been with belong since my superloop offer $45/month on NBN 50 (for 6 months Jan till July) expired. MUST SAY SUPERLOOP had been the best one out of TPG, VODAFONE, EXETEL, BELONG, SUPERLOOP, (all the NBN experiences I had).

      Initially had same idea like you TANGERINE OR BELONG, I actually went with Tangerine First, ordered plan from TANGERINE 10 days before my superloop promo finishing. END result with TANGERINE, waited like 15 days, they cannot setup internet in half a month Notice??. I WAS SO FED UP, so in end Went with Belong.

      Took belong, initially had a few dropouts belong saying it due to bridge tapping (remained for like 2months, would happen randomly at times, stay for 2 hours), but went away automatically somehow after I kept asking Belong to send me a TECHINCIAN FOR FREE in that 2 month period. But otherwise used the belong referral codes from pool, to get NBN 30 for $35 for first month. Never had a issue since then.

      Also dont forget that belong gives out 1st MONTH FREE kind off (they only charge/start contract from the 1st of each month) So e.g. you get modem delivered and connection up & ready on 2 January, then for 2 January- 31 January, you get NBN for free.

      i got 2 referrals, so 3 months out of 12 months $35 only, plus also dont forget the FREE $80 belong sim starter kit that comes with it, (it's activation expires at end of the year, So if you get sim in 2021, must activate in 2021) . You can take advantage of the sim, by getting double data for first month (by not activating on certain dates), like how you get NBN free 1st month. (FREE MODEM too in 12 month contract)

      Problem with Belong- No call number, I personally found their Facebook messenger service to be the best contact option (better than email) replies in 1-2 Days. (Was a pain in as* during that 2 months bridge tapping issue. But since then very happy with belong service. Me FTTC getting like 34Mb down/18 Mb Up speeds.

      Would say been quite happy with Belong (expect that 2 month). Happy enough that if they dont increase price to $60, would not bother to change the ISP, but not paying $60 ofcourse. After all I only paid $600 for 13 month NBN, free modem, free $80 sim kit

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        Thank you this was very helpful. I think I'll go with Belong too, on FTTC.

  • +1 vote

    Would recommend these guys purely for price but just got off the phone with them enquiring whens the right time to churn as I'm wanting to minimise my wastage due to no pro rata refund.

    Dude was very rude and cut me off and basically hung up on me (I'm not one to normally complain to the internet but felt the need to in this case)

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      If your property has already been connected to the NBN previous we should be able to get you connected in 1-3 days.

      From. The website. I am doing mine 3 days before.

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        Be careful to call and advise them to cancel the NBN service once transferred across.

        I ported to Exetel on 30th June but got a July invoice the next day, luckily (after being on hold for 70 minutes) they waived the charge but were very adamant that I was going to be charged the whole month (doesnt work like a mobile port where you dont need to tell exiting provider that you've transferred away).

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          Thanks for the heads up.

          I was very clear that I am not paying an extra month my contract ends that day.

          It's in writing so they better not stuff me around.

          I was with Exetel and they got debt collectors on to me. Told them I already paid yet its been 13 months for like $25 or something.

          Never using exetel ever again.

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          Are you talking about porting out from Tangerine?

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            @alexshel: If referring to me, yes I was talking about my experience porting from Tangerine on 30 June.

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              @andyman1908: I did request a disconnection online, under login user area, asked for a specific date, got a confirmation number. No issues. No need to call and talk to anyone.
              That's why I wasn't sure who are you talking about.

  • +1 vote

    Poor customer service. Also check your bill regularly. Monthly charge is $55 for 6months 50mbps and they charged me $64 and started saying pro rata charges. I've been paying each month in full and out of nowhere pro rata charges. Customer service couldn't explain herself and ghosted me on live chat.

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      After long battle with Camille on chat, she said they'd made mistake. Instead of reducing pro rata charges, they added and updated my bill to $49. Who knows how many people they ripped like this. Few dollars from here and there making millions