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$10/Month off nbn 50/20 Plans for 6 Months: Unlimited $69, 500GB $65, 100GB $60 (New Customers Only) @ Aussie Broadband


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That's right, we're going EOFY craaazy and serving up more value on more of our broadband plans! It's no wonder we are Australia's most trusted telco*. Score yourself $60 off your first six months on our 50/20 Everyday nbn™ with typical evening speeds of 49Mbps (7 pm - 11pm).

We're proud of what we do and we'd love for you to join hundreds of thousands of Australian's making the switch. So what more do you need to know? Redeem your voucher now…
Use EOFY10 voucher code at checkout to get $10 off a month for your first six months.

For 100+ Plans, see $20/Month off nbn Plans for 6 Months: 100/20 $79, 100/40 $89, 250/25 $109, 1000/50 $129 (New Customers Only) @ Aussie Broadband

A ‘new customer’ is defined as an individual who has not had an active broadband service with Aussie Broadband in the last six months or hasn’t been an authorised contact, residing at the same address as the primary contact, on an active broadband service with Aussie Broadband in the last six months.

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  • +20

    Insert generic (New Customers Only) deal rant.

  • has the free month for new customers expired?

    • +1

      Nah the free month deal is working.

  • +7

    Use the free month deal.

    50/20 unlimited.
    $79 x 5 + 1 free month = $395.
    $69 x 6 = $414.

  • +2

    On 1/1Gbps with ABB and it's pretty good so far

    • +1

      How much you paying? Can any fibre address get that?

      • Pretty sure it's FTTP only, maybe FTTC and HFC. From all the scooter posts, I think Clear's in Tassie where lots of properties have FTTP.

        • Tassie has been rocking FTTP since 2011-12 😉

          • @Clear: So jealous dude…

            • +1

              @reloxation: Tassie was the test bed. When Malcolm came in he honoured existing FTTP areas but that wasn't all of Tassie so some parts ended up with FTTN. NBN later quietly replaced a lot of it with FTTP.

        • +1

          @reloxation 1 Gig symmetrical is FTTP on nbn's enterprise product or from ISPs private fibre installs.

          The most you can get on nbn FTTP is 1000/400, HFC is 1000/50 and FTTC is 100/40.

          • +1

            @Twix: Ah right, thanks for clearing that up. Is there any way to turn FTTC into FTTP?

            • @reloxation: 1 - Order nbn FTTP with a minimum speed plan of 250/25 from a participating ISP. No installation fees. These locations are live now with more to come throughout 2022 and 2023.

              Abbotsford, Altona Meadows, Altona North, Aspendale, Aspendale Gardens, Bangholme, Bayswater, Bentleigh, Birdwoodton, Boronia, Botanic Ridge, Braeside, Brighton East, Broadmeadows, Burwood, Burwood East, Camberwell, Campbellfield, Carrum Downs, Clarinda, Clayton, Clayton South, Clyde, Coburg, Coburg North, Collingwood, Coolaroo, Cranbourne East, Dallas, Dandenong, Dandenong South, Derrimut, Devon Meadows, Dingley Village, Doveton, East Melbourne, Edithvale, Eumemmerring, Fawkner, Fitzroy, Frankston, Frankston North, Glen Iris, Glen Roy, Greenvale, Hadfield, Hallam, Heatherton, Hoppers Crossing, Huntingdale, Irymple, Jacana, Junction Village, Langwarrin, Laverton, Laverton North, McKinnon, Meadow Heights, Mentone, Merbein, Mildura, Moorabin Airport, Mordialloc, Mount Waverley, Narre Warren, Narre Warren North, Notting Hill, Oak Park, Oakleigh, Oakleigh East, Oakleigh South, Parkdale, Pascoe Vale, Pascoe Vale South, Point Cook, Preston, Reservoir, Richmond, Sandhurst, Seabrook, Seaford, Skye, The Basin, Thomastown, Truganina, Williams Landing

              Change from FTTN or FTTC to FTTP by Upgrading to a Faster Speed Plan (Select Locations) @ nbn co via Participating ISPs

              2 - Get a $0 quote and pay for the installation. This option might not be available if option 1 is coming soon.

              • +1

                @Twix: Ah that's right, forgot about that announcement. You're a gun

                • @reloxation: FTTC to FTTP by ordering from ISPs went live last week. nbn are making approx 115k premises in NSW, ACT, VIC, SA, QLD and WA available each month.

      • ABB organised the private fibre. $300 extra per month on-top of existing business plan.

        • Yeah I had a feeling it was their own hardware involved

          • +1

            @scuderiarmani: Already have enterprise NBN connection but this was more of a backlink and it took them about 12 months to notice 40TB or so being downloaded every day.

            The consumer grade gigabit connections are still pretty good. Typically 800mbps down.

            • @Clear: 40TB a day! That is some high resolution pron

      • Nah you have to be within nbn's enterprise or Aussie's fibre footprint.

  • How do ISP’s treat the one month advance payment situation? If I were to leave my current provider of which I paid 2 months worth during the first month?

    • +1

      ABB give a pro-rate refund although their T&C's say they won't.

      • +1

        Can confirm. Ported to Superloop last month and ABB charged me pro-rata remaining only.

        Good dudes

    • I just churned from Tangerine to the Superloop deal. Tangerine slugged me the full month as a penalty. I wasnt expecting that, took some of the shine off the deal. Just in case anyone is on Tangerine, wait till the end of your billing cycle month.


  • +1

    generic (New Customers Only) deal rant.

  • +1

    More telecom has been working a treat so far - 100/20 for $69 a month - get 108 down and 18 up with FTTC which is exactly what i got with ABB & Superloop

  • How long do you have to be ported out to be considered a new customer again? I took the origin offer 2 months ago and am happy to return

    • +1

      6 months.

  • +1

    im sure ive been ported out for more than 6 months but anyway to confirm that we will get the deal ?

  • can I churn from ABB to SL and back again, and still get the new customer bonuses?

  • I was able to get the current $20 off for 6 months as an existing customer over the phone when I requested to upgrade from FTTC to FTTP

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