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Moose Mobile Internet Review

Moose Mobile has been in the mobile plan game for some time and has made a name for itself as a popular postpaid phone plan provider. The telco has developed a reputation for offering some seriously good value-for-money phone plans — and has even won some Canstar Blue awards along the way.

Now, like many other telcos, Moose Mobile has branched out into offering internet plans. Applying that same straightforward approach to its internet plans as you can expect from its mobile plans, Moose just might be the internet provider you’ve been looking for. Read on to find out how Moose Mobile’s internet plans stack up.

 

Moose Mobile internet plans

If you’re looking to Moose Mobile for an internet plan, you’ll have a couple of options available to you. Not only does Moose offer NBN plans, but you can also pick up 4G Home Wireless plans on the Optus network.

Home Wireless plans are available across month-to-month or 24-month plans, and you’ll have two data options to choose from — 200GB or 500GB. A modem is available but you’ll need to pay for it on month-to-month plans, otherwise it’s free if you commit to 24 months.

NBN plans are available across NBN 25, NBN 50, NBN 100 and NBN 250 speed tiers, along with your choice of plan length (month-to-month or 12-month) and access to a modem if you need.

The following table shows a selection of published Moose Mobile NBN plans on Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of standard monthly cost, from the lowest to highest. Use our comparison tool to see plans from a range of other providers. This is a selection of products with links to a referral partner.

What does Moose Mobile offer?

Moose Mobile NBN Plans

Unlimited data

Top-speed NBN Plan

Entertainment

Call packs

Choice of contract

Included modem

Available across FTTP, FTTB, FTTN, FTTC

Moose Mobile NBN coverage

Like other NBN providers, Moose Mobile’s NBN coverage is subject to the NBN rollout and areas which have NBN connections. Moose Mobile offers plans to a range of NBN technologies, however states that it is not able to support all NBN connection types, so some addresses might not be eligible.

Homes with FTTC, FTTN, FTTP, HFC and Fixed Wireless may be able to receive Moose Mobile NBN, however it is recommended you use the address checker on the Moose website before signing up to a plan to ensure your home is eligible.

Moose Mobile features & bonuses

Moose Mobile likes to keep things simple and straightforward when it comes to what it offers for internet plans. Not only are the plans simple, but there aren’t really any extras to draw you into paying more, which is good news if you’re looking for straight up internet plans.

  • Modems: You can choose to add a modem to your plan, paying $129 upfront on a month-to-month NBN plan, or you can get it free if you choose a 12-month NBN plan. Home Wireless modems are $199 upfront or free when signing up to a 24-month plan.
  • Unlimited data: Like many other providers, Moose is offering unlimited data by default on all NBN plans, so you don’t need to worry about data restrictions.
  • NBN speeds: There are several NBN speeds to choose from depending on your needs, from the more basic NBN 25 up to one of the fastest speed tiers, NBN 250.

While many NBN providers have opted to just offer month-to-month NBN plans, Moose is one of a few providers to offer a choice of a 12-month contract (or 24-months for home wireless). The advantage is that if you’re happy to commit for a full year, and need a modem, you won’t be out of pocket for an upfront modem charge.

Moose Mobile NBN plans

Moose Mobile offers a range of NBN plans across different speed tiers and plan lengths. You’ll also have the option to BYO modem or add on a modem.

Moose Mobile NBN 25 plans

If you’re looking for a more basic speed option, NBN 25 is well suited to smaller one or two person households with moderate internet needs, such as web browsing, music streaming and standard definition video streaming. You can pick up NBN 25 speeds for $64.80 per month, across a month-to-month or 12-month plan. You also have the option to BYO modem or add one on to your plan.

Moose Mobile NBN 50 plans

If you want a bit more speed, NBN 50 speeds are suited to larger households (three to four people) or households with more demanding internet needs, such as online gaming and HD video streaming. Picking up an NBN 50 plan with Moose will set you back $74.80 per month, and plans are available across month-to-month or 12-month terms, both with or without a modem.

Moose Mobile NBN 100 plans

One of the faster speeds available, NBN 100 is well suited to large households of four or more people with high internet needs such as HD video streaming, online gaming and downloading large files. Keep in mind that NBN 100 speeds might only be available to homes with specific connection types. Moose charges $94.80 per month for NBN 100 across a month-to-month or 12-month plan, with BYO modem available.

Moose Mobile NBN 250 plans

For even more speed, Moose Mobile is one provider offering plans on the NBN 250 speed tier. These speeds can handle large households with high internet needs such as 4K video streaming and HD streaming across multiple devices simultaneously, along with online gaming and pretty much anything you need. Like NBN 100, you might find NBN 250 is not available to all NBN connection types. You can pick up an NBN 250 plan from Moose for $118.80 per month, across a month-to-month or 12-month plan and with or without a modem included.

Moose Mobile NBN 250 Plans

The following table shows a selection of published Moose Mobile NBN plans on Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of standard monthly cost, from the lowest to highest. Use our comparison tool to see plans from a range of other providers.

Brand Features Max Data**/billing period Advertised Cost^^/billing period

Moose Power NBN

  • Superfast 250/25 Evening Speed (NBN 250)
  • $99 optional modem

min. cost $118.80 over one month

UnlimitedMax Data**/billing period $118.80Advertised Cost^^/billing period
View all NBN plans listed on Canstar Blue

Moose Mobile 4G Home Wireless plans

If you’re after an alternative to the NBN, Moose also offers a couple of 4G Home Wireless plans, using the Optus 4G mobile network to deliver services.

You have a choice between two plans, depending on how much data you need, and both plans are available as month-to-month or 24-month plans. For $59 per month, you’ll get 200GB of data while $69 per month will get you 500GB of data. If you choose the month-to-month plan, you’ll be required to pay $199 upfront for the modem, however the modem will be free on a 24-month contract. BYO modem is unavailable for Moose’s Home Wireless plans.

Moose Mobile 4G Home Wireless Broadband plans

The following table shows a selection of published Moose Mobile 4G Home Wireless plans on Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of standard monthly cost, from the lowest to highest. Use our comparison tool to see plans from a range of other providers.

Brand Features Max Data**/billing period Advertised Cost^^/billing period

Moose Home Broadband 200GB M2M

  • Up to 60Mbps speeds on Optus 4G Plus Network
  • $199 B818 modem fee

min. cost $258 over first month

200GBMax Data**/billing period $59Advertised Cost^^/billing period

Moose Home Broadband 200GB 24M

  • Up to 60Mbps speeds on Optus 4G Plus Network
  • Included B818 modem

min. cost $59 over one month

200GBMax Data**/billing period $59Advertised Cost^^/billing period

Moose Home Broadband 500GB M2M

  • Up to 60Mbps speeds on Optus 4G Plus Network
  • $199 B818 modem fee

min. cost $268 over first month

500GBMax Data**/billing period $69Advertised Cost^^/billing period

Moose Home Broadband 500GB 24M

  • Up to 60Mbps speeds on Optus 4G Plus Network
  • Included B818 modem

min. cost $69 over one month

500GBMax Data**/billing period $69Advertised Cost^^/billing period
View all NBN plans listed on Canstar Blue

Moose Mobile support and customer service

If you have any issues or need to get in touch with Moose Mobile, there are several options for customer support.

  • Website contact form and email
  • Call 1300 566 673 (opening hours 9am-8pm weekdays, 10am-6pm weekends)
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Moose Mobile app

How does Moose Mobile compare to other internet providers?

On plan prices alone, Moose Mobile is fairly average when it comes to how much is being charged per month. Considering the limited service to certain connection types, not all homes will be eligible for a Moose Mobile NBN plan, and if this is the case, you might want to look elsewhere. Other NBN providers offering comparable NBN plans include:

Moose Mobile does offer some reasonably priced plans but with simple inclusions. If you’re looking for included calls or the option for call packs, along with any entertainment add-ons, you’ll need to look elsewhere for your plan.

The appeal for signing up to a Moose Mobile internet plan might be in the reputation that Moose has built over the years as a quality smaller telco. The option to also get a free modem included when committing to a contract might also be a draw card for anyone looking to avoid upfront modem fees, and if you don’t mind being locked into a contract.

Should I sign up to a Moose Mobile internet plan?

As an Australian owned and operated telco, you’ll have Australian-based customer support with Moose Mobile, which might be a drawcard for some. In a market saturated by big providers, Moose Mobile is one of the many smaller providers fighting for a tiny slice of the NBN market.

While some might be tempted to choose plans from names they’ve known for years, opting with a smaller provider such as Moose might save you a bit of money. Plans are priced fairly average, but can be cheaper compared to some other providers, especially its NBN 250 plan which is around $10 cheaper than what some other providers offer.

Overall, whether you’re looking for NBN or Home Wireless, Moose Mobile might be a provider to keep in your considerations.

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About the author of this page

Emma Bradstock Canstar Blue

This page was written and is regularly updated by Canstar Blue’s Telco Specialist, Emma Bradstock. An expert in all things phone, internet, gaming and streaming, Emma helps to make complicated subjects easier for readers to understand, as well as covering the latest news and reviews across the telco industry. She’s passionate about helping consumers make better-informed telco choices and highlighting the next best deals.