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[Commbank] nbn 25MB/s $46.20, 50MB/s $53.90, 100MB/s $69.30, 250MB/s $83.30 Per Month (for First 24 Months) @ More Telecom

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Received this in an email. Also listed under “For you” section on the commbank app.

^ Offer of 30% off a More nbn™ plan for 24 months is for customers who complete the sign up and switch providers by 31/12/2021. This offer is only available to customers who have directly received this communication from CommBank. The 24 months is a promotional period, after this the cost of your plan will revert to the Recommended Retail Price (RRP). If you sign up, More will be your service provider for your nbn™ and will handle all technical enquiries, complaints and serving. This offer is subject to the full terms and conditions and eligibility criteria available here on the More Website.

14 DAY NBN TRIAL
If you are not completely satisfied with your More NBN service, you are free to cancel within the first 14 days and receive a full refund of your plan fee. We will not refund the cost of any modem that you have purchased from us. Modems are yours to keep, are unlocked and can be used with an alternative provider or technology type. For full
details please see our 14-day NBN trial terms and conditions.


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  • Mod: Do not ask for codes in the comments, use the Code Request Megathread to ask. If you have a spare code, please consider giving it to a user who has requested it there.

  • Seems to be targeted? I don't have it

    • Also make sure your app is up to date. It could be targeted

      • yes it is targeted based on your recent search history; I have been offered private insurance on the app.

    • +14

      Lousy bank. I have several accounts with them and missed out too. I wouldn't be utilising it anyway but I'm still disappointed I wasn't in the loop :)

  • -3

    I am on opticomm fiber its off the NBN infra, I have FTTP but I highly doubt the 250mbps plan has the same 100mbps upload speeds I do.

    • +2

      OptiComm is not nbn and vice versa. Both companies have their own separate broadband infrastructure.

      This deal is for 250/25.

        • +4

          It doesn't read that way. Some average consumers already think that OptiComm runs "off" the nbn. What are you paying for 250/100?

          • +2

            @Twix: i am with city communications and I pay 158 per month but I know that is more expensive than Harbour but they don't offer the same upload speeds.

            • @kungfuman: Not sure about high speeds/high upload speeds but Launtel offer Opticomm and high upload speed at least on nbn FTTP. Their Opticomm pricing isn't the best though.

    • +20

      When NBN "arrived" at my address it involved being disconnected from HFC that had served the property for over a decade and being switched to FTTN - a worse internet infrastructure.

      To add insult to injury the price increased on NBN from the previous monopoly provider Telstra. So competition increased the price.

      Telstra also halved their download speed without reducing price for NBN service when competition arrived.

      It's unbelievably bad.

      • +1

        Its a farce. The whole reason why the government ripped out the pstn network was to prevent dodo and tpg from offering cheap adsl2 since dodo and tpg had already paid off their dslam hardware.

        Voip is shit, unsecure and unreliable.it requires power, a voip box and service and a active nbn service but the government didnt care and it was all to get away with a high nbn price on the slowest speeds.

      • +2

        Went through same thing. Cable internet brilliant fast and cheaper. Nbn dropouts slower, more expensive. But it’s the way forward they said.

        Absolute joke. As soon as mobile data becomes viable for all devices I own the better.

        • +2

          Not if you're on fibre it's the bomb. I get 2.5ms ping and 1000/50 for $119/month. Mobile data will never be a replacement for a fixed wire service, Telstra has even said this publicly and many of the Telstra cells/towers are at capacity already.
          For example, I am 250 mtrs from a Telstra 5G cell, I can't get Telstra "5G home internet" as their cell is at capacity.
          NBN is now rolling out fibre (for free) to those who request high speed plans for 12 month terms in certain areas (they up upgrading on a zone by zone basis) they know it's the only way to deliver a future proof broadband network.
          If only they stuck with fibre all the way to the home (FttP) from the beginning, but I won't get into the political side of that again, we all know what that's about.
          As for price, I've never paid less for the speeds I am getting.
          Dops outs? I've never had a single drop out, but if you're on fibre to the node, it's a DSL service (VDSL), so it can be prone to drop outs, depending on how far you are from the node and quality of the old copper wire you're on.

          • @SimAus007: Your local 5G cell is almost certainly not at capacity but has not yet been opened up to the 5G home broadband offering as the backhaul has not yet been provisioned, the same as my local cell. I currently use mobile 5G broadband and get up to 600Mb/s no problem

            • @Gary ANJ: I'm going on what Telstra staff advised after the online tool failed, they said it was "at capacity" and even pointed me to their site which states they limit the number of 5G home internet devices for each tower, because of this.
              Optus 5G home internet is available to me, however (Telstra, Voafone and Optus are all on the same office building which is line of site to my home).

            • @Gary ANJ: There are many factors. It could be that they don't want to service area's that are capable on FTTP, or they don't want to service area's that are higher density. They may treat zones with less mid-band capacity differently. There are many factors. My little residential suburb on the Gold Coast which is FTTN has T5G home available, I'm going to order it next month, hopefully it will be great.

    • So you're comparing apples with oranges and they come out different? Well done you!

  • +4

    Any reviews of these guys? TPG has annoyed me and I want to move, seems very cheap.

      • +1

        Thanks, didnt know it was targeted. No good, dam.

        • +1

          What did TPG do? I go with them on NBN50 and its set and forget for me.

          • +7

            @PlaneProof: Dropping my speeds or a choice of upping my cost per month. Meanwhile they've had better deals to new/existing members in the last month.

            On the phone I was told that "I won't find cheaper elsewhere".

            Challenge accepted lol

            • @Fooah: Ahh, you got that email too!

              I jumped ship to Aussie broadband. To be fair they are slightly more expensive but (profanity) TPG.

              There is a gotcha though - the modem they gave me was effectively locked to their network, and there is a "30 day notice period" they sting you with when you port out.

              (profanity) TPG

          • @PlaneProof: apart from the daily restarts as NBN has dropped out (yet) again!

        • I've had a CBA account for years, I looked in the "for you" tab and nothing there, I'd love to know how many this offer has actually been sent to.

    • +2

      Give Exetel a go. Speeds have been 48-52Mbps on the 50/20 NBN. They have really upped their game in the last couple of years.

      • +1

        Spintel is okay too. 65/month nbn50 and first month free.

        I have accepted TPG's challenge as well.

        • Good budget offering with good support. Sydney POP only though :(

      • Exetel is also owned by Superloop now, which has a lot of their own infrastructure (including data centres) and I'm sure this has been rolled into the Exetel brand which would help.

  • +16

    Damn, didn't get this offer. A discounted price for 24months vs 6months is such a time saver.

    • +5

      Yeh… it was an insta switch from Aussie BB which is starting to get pricey comparatively.

      • +14

        Yeah ABB prices keep going up just like their share price, which clearly has a correlation 😅

        • +5

          ABB charged me $10 late fee because my credit card expired and I was 10 days late to pay the invoice.
          I switched to Superloop and its faster than ABB and cost much less so could not be happier.

          Superloop speed to UK, US and Canada Servers are 25% faster than ABB tested from Perth WA
          Only downside the the wait time for customer service is long but you rarely need to talk to Customer service

  • +5

    A friend of mine has been connected to More using this deal for about 2 weeks. I believe the backhaul is Vocus and his latency/speeds have been ok. He also hasn't had any issues with gaming on Xbox.

  • +3

    I believe they use Vocus/Primus backend/infrastructure.

    • +2

      Reminds me of Telecube, think they were on Vocus. Were offering 100/40 1TB for $69 a month too, though we all know how that went.. hopefully these guys last a little longer.

      Shame NBN prices just keep going up and up, remember the days when prices actually got lower on tech… guess that's what happens when there's no real competition.

      • guess that's what happens when there's no real competition.

        We tried to warn you :)

      • The super high speed plans have also come down a lot in price, so it depends on what technology you're on and what your budget is.

  • Does this apply to Tangerine as well? Same ownership

    • +1

      More only.

      As CommBank’s exclusive partner in telecommunications, we work alongside their team to deliver special offers on More’s nbnTM plans to their retail customers Australia-wide. More’s products will also be integrated with the Commbank App over time, allowing customers to directly access these benefits and manage their services in one place. By partnering with Australia's largest bank, we can deliver the very best in nbnTM services to more Australians – for less.

      https://www.more.com.au/partnerships

  • +2

    Got the offer thanks! I think I'm finally going to make the switch after 7 years with iiNet.

  • Damn not targeted

    • -3

      Yes it is…

  • Also listed under “For you” section on the commbank app.

    Nope, all I've got is $5 Mad Mex cashback… :(

  • Been on the NBN100 plan of this offer for 2 weeks. No issue so far.

    • What speeds are you getting during peak times?

      • Not consistent, test results varying between 75 - 106 Mbps on different days.

        But for $64 pm, I’m not complaining.

        FWIW: I use TP Link Deco M5 (3packs) at home

        • How did you get it for 64pm?

        • But for $64 pm, I’m not complaining.

          I'm getting 95-98 Mbps download and 19-22 Mbps upload during peak with Superloop for $69 per month.

          • @jv: Is your Superloop $69 per month NBN 100/20 for the first six months?
            I ask because Superloop charges $54.95 for 6 months and $69.95 thereafter for NBN 50/20

          • @jv: I am on the same plan, but its only for 6 months.

        • Seems slow but for the price you can't complain. If I had FoD and was targeted for this offer available I would order their 250/25, same price as my much more expensive but much better 50/20 plan on another RSP.

  • +2

    Not targated But would definitely have had taken it up if i had gotten it but again I barely use Combank CC, because I dont like that bank

    • +14

      Which bank?

      • +1

        Combank because of their ages long time to answer phone or attend someone at branch

        • +16

          Which Bank?

  • +2

    Anyone know if More uses CGNAT and whether you can opt out of it. I gather on whirlpool people can have issues with gaming/security system with CGNAT.

    • +4

      https://www.more.com.au/help-and-faqs

      FAQ says:

      All More nbn™ plans include a static (fixed) IP address. This is useful if you wish to access computer or other connected equipment from outside your property. This may include CCTV cameras, or a home media centre or NAS drive.

      The static IP address is only available after your service becomes active. You can quickly check what this is by going to http://whatismyipaddress.com or typing 'What's my IP' into google.

      • -2

        All More nbn™ plans include a static (fixed) IP address

        I remember about 25 years ago they said we were going to run out of IP addresses very soon. How is that even after the mobile revolution, IoT and literally billions more Internet devices we still haven't run out? And don't say IPv6 because that still isn't that common.
        Is like the oil crisis of the 70's when we're just about to run out and 50 years later we still have heaps of oil? Or the Climate doom where 40 years ago we only had '10 years to act' and 40 years later, everything is still pretty much the same?

        The end always seems to be near, even when it never is. There's a lesson for young players :)

        • IPv6 replaced IPv4 a long time ago to address the shortage of 32 bit IP addresses.

          Your other notions were not official scientific consensus, provide some evidence to substantiate your statements, there just speculative statements.

          But in short oil is finite resource, it is a case of when, not if it runs out. As for the climate issue, if you do some reserach you might discover theres some truth to climate doom happening now, but you probably prefer to be narrow minded and believe what you want just like the IP address doom.

          • -1

            @timfrombriz:

            Your other notions were not official scientific consensus,

            lol, this really is comedy hour

            if you do some reserach you might discover theres some truth to climate doom happening now

            Really? Feel free to demonstrate this claim using actual science, whenever you are ready…

  • +4

    They offered me 100/20 NBN $49 per month for six months. I just switched 4 weeks ago and no issues so far.

    • They'll be losing money on that.

    • Can you provide extra details please.

  • this is good price for NBN. but I do not have it…

  • +2

    Just the normal banking app? I've never noticed an offers section ops.

  • Any hidden cost ? Eg connection fee disconnection fee etc?

  • Does anyone know if you can sign up two NBN services with this promo?

  • I made the switch to More 3 weeks ago. Was with internode for 18 years. So far so good. Fun fact. CommBank owns part of More

  • Anyone know if you get/can get a static ip?

    • +1

      https://www.more.com.au/help-and-faqs

      FAQ says:

      All More nbn™ plans include a static (fixed) IP address. This is useful if you wish to access computer or other connected equipment from outside your property. This may include CCTV cameras, or a home media centre or NAS drive.

      The static IP address is only available after your service becomes active. You can quickly check what this is by going to http://whatismyipaddress.com or typing 'What's my IP' into google.

  • I think there's a mistake in the title.

    I have exactly the same offerings, except NBN100 is $69.30 per month, not $63.90.

    • Yeah makes sense, as 30% off its normal price is $69.30. Not a very good deal then, as there are others that offer the same price.

      • Are there? I see that price for nbn50 a lot but not 100

        • I know Spintel, AquaMobile and Superloop were doing 100 for $69/$70, not sure if those offers are still on.

          $69-$70 for nbn100 is not uncommon, but if it was $63.90 then it's a new low.

          • +1

            @wildstone: Are those promotional periods? Because this is for 24 months

    • yes, you are right! I have just corrected it

  • is it fixed term of 24 months or can u switch without exit fee?

    • +1

      The price is fixed for 24 mths but there's no contract and you can leave any time.

  • +7

    Apparently they are rebranded Tangerine and they use Vocus for international routes

    I'll stick with my ABB & Superloop

    • You have two internets?

      • +5

        I switch between the two to get the deals

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