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nbn Plans from $44.90 Per Month @ Tangerine

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Been with tangerine a few months now and have to say it's been really good as far as the connection and speed goes.

Probably the best deal at the moment and they have a 14 day trial too. So some piece of mind there.

It's great cause you can also set the churn / install date via signup.

25mb/s $44.90 per month (first 6 months)
50mb/s $54.90 per month (first 6 months)
100mb/s $74.90 per month (first 6 months)
250mb/s $94.90 per month (first 6 months)

Additional $25 off for your first month using referral codes

I got my referral code via email a few days ago.

Note they do flush the codes from time to time so keep trying others.

Referral Links

Referral: random (296)

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

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Comments

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    G'day, do you know if Tangerine have a POP in Perth at all, or is it routed through to the eastern states?

    Cheers

    • +2 votes

      They are a full Vocus reseller like Mate Communicate, I don't have first hand experience but I am 90%+ sure I have read on Whingepool that they do have a Perth PoP. I was with Mate for over a year and the service was brilliant, access to the Vocus Singapore cable direct out of Perth and low latency throughout Australia. I had no issues with them, I only moved on because their prices started creeping up and NBN bought in these 'new customer' deals with discounts.

      The difference with Tangerine is they might skimp out a bit more on CVC compared to Mate and others, I guess it's worth the 14 day free trial to find out if it's crap in your area or not.

      • +1 vote

        Thanks mate, that's some good info to think about.

  • +3 votes

    I switched to Tangerine from Aussie solely because it was cheaper. Same advertised speed, but I now get buffering when watching kayo and Netflix. Never had that issue with Mate or Aussie. No app available and I haven't been notified of outages when they occur. Any other good deals from quality suppliers to get me out?

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      Remember, they dont refund for pro rata. I lost more than half month when i cancelled the service. Same tier speed but Aussie is better 220 vs 270

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        I overlooked this as well last time i switched, rendering the 10$ saving for six months useless ha.
        Keeping an eye on the direct debit date now, and will move 1-3 days before it's scheduled.

        Just to confirm does one have to wait 12 months to return to Tangerine for the intro prices?
        the referrals make it worthwhile as well but may have to go somewhere else first for 6 months.

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      I’ve been watching Stan & Binge with no buffering problems

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      I still get internode outages 😂

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    They're part owned by cba who intend to offer a cheaper service of you have both. Waiting to see what this will look like.

  • +3 votes

    I actually just had my service activated 2 nights ago.It worked out perfectly. Was off my contract with Exetel who I was with for 3 years. No problems, it was just me doing my Ozbargainer duties to find the best deal. And churning to Tangerine has been awesome so far for those who are interested. Mainly cause of this $25 referral, and the introductory 6 month plans without having to bundle to get savings (e.g AGL, Mate). I gave Exetel the 30 days Notice needed and signed up with Tangerine online choosing my selected date being 31/7. On the 30th I noticed my net went out at 9pm. Thought it is all happening, got an email saying my order is in the works and I'll get an email and sms once completed. They give you your Username and pwd as well, so I entered it into my nbn router in advance. Then 10pm got a sms like they said saying its connected, and yep Internet was back on. So easy to churn, and downtime is minimal. Speeds have been awesome so far, did a speedtest 23mb download, and about 4mb upload. Both companies have been excellent, so would definitely recommend if you're after the sweetest deal in nbn depending on your speed needs. I'd say use the Referral link so all ozbargainers have a chance at sending you their referral code (I like that system)

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      Are you able to use the zte modem from exetel when you switched to tangerine?

      • +1 vote

        Yep I was
        What you have to do is put a pin into the FACTORY RESET hole for 5 secs
        This will then let you login as "ädmin" and default pwd is "admin". The you can enter in your new Tangerine Username and Pwd. It takes 3mins literally for the whole exercise :)

      • +1 vote

        ZTE logging in details as "User" won't give you the admin access to change the prefilled Exetel "username and password" that they already enter in to make the Modem/router plug and play. So I figured out I had to become admin to make it work. Hit me up if you need anything

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    So is the cashback just on your first month or are the cashback stores now like mortgage brokers getting a cut every month?

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      Just on 1st month I'm pretty sure

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    Is Tangerine 25mbps good enough for streaming Netflix and the odd PS/ Xbox/ Steam multiplayer?

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      Might struggle. Get the 25 and it's easy to upgrade if not enough.

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    Just used Snip with Amex.

    Additional $30 off my next few bills

    Plus $20 of referrals on snip between the wife and I

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/639177

    😂

    Also thanks Paris for also giving me $10 Snip

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    I've been with Tangerine for over a year now. No issues and the only outages I've had have been NBN maintenance ones. Still seems to be one of the cheapest ones, and is the cheapest when I take into account the multiple referral bonuses I've gotten. And you automatically get a static ip address, instead of it constantly changing.

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      How are the referrals tracked? Is there a Web page?

      • +1 vote

        I can't find anywhere that tracks them. I know I've given my code out more times than I've recieved the dollars off but I think that's from people deciding to cancel the application. I usually only know someone has stuck with Tangerine long enough for me to get the credit when I get the next monthly invoice.
        But I track all my expenses. I joined up in January last year and have had a few months with double discounts (only paid $9.90 for those months) and a few other months of paying $44.90. My average per month nbn cost since joining with Tangerine is around $50.

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    Hi

    How do you get the referral code (for $25 discount) for Tangerine?

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    Is it ok to use a Telstra NBN modem with these guys?

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      Telstra NBN modem works mostly. Working with Telstra, Tangerine, Superloop and ABB.

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    What is the price increase after 6 months?

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    Submitted form at 8:30pm last night. Previous RSP's internet went out at 11am, Tangerine connected at 1pm so down time was 2 hours. Wasn't a big deal because we had a mobile hotspot set up but glad everything is done now. Getting 53/18.5. Thanks OP for referral code.

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    Is it 25/5 or 25/10?

  • +1 vote

    Where do u I enter referral code in the sign up process? I can only see agent’s code.

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      Same here. I think Tangerine has changed it so for URLs coming from cashback sites so users cannot insert a referral code anymore.

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        You can put in the referral code on the second page (a page after you choose your plan, modem etc). I used cash rewards as well.

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    This is the 2nd time I have signed up with them….the first time they got me up and running was in 6-8hours…this time its almost 22 hours now and no activation email yet..is it normal to take this long…? with Superloop it only took like within 5 mins

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    Anyone had good (or bad) experience with their consistency of upload speeds?

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      I’ve been using it for a month now. Their speed is ok for watching YouTube or uploading documents. Just bad customer service lol

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    I was interested at this mainly due to the price of the 50/20 connection. FTTN. Moving over from MyRepublic. Chat rep said downtime of 24-48 hours. Cannot risk it. Need the connection for work and remote learning. Is this pretty standard for FTTN? Haven't changed ISP for years now.

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      Mine was done in about 1 hr.

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        How's your experience so far?

        FTTN? Do they transfer services on weekends? Who's your previous ISP? Did you contact the previous ISP to cancel the service before or after you moved over to Tangerine?

        Thanks.

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          I ordered during morning and my connection was setup by around 3 pm. It was Friday. I scheduled cancellation of my other service from Saturday.

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          Just get them to start your service on your specific time. So I would suggest like 4pm on a Friday, that way they have until Monday to get it connected.

          I told internode that I was cancelling at the same time as I was getting connected with Tangerine.

          I have gone from Exetel > Aussie BB > Iinet > internode > Tangerine.

          It's all been pretty much the same. I am FTTN

          But an overlap could help like the person above.

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          FTTN can only have one connection at a time. They will chun your service to them and disconnect your old service. For most companies that is the end of it. But saying that some ISP require people to provide 30 days notice under their terms and conditions.

          Its best to move service a days or two before the old one is due to cancel. If the previous service provide cancel the service it can take a couple of days before the new provider can connect your service again. This happened to me when the ISP had an issue and delay it by a day and the old ISP disconnect my service. It should only take 24 hours but the system allows 3 up to 3 days.