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More Internet Plans Review

Based in South Melbourne, More Telecom is yet another contender in the broadband game. The South Yarra company describes itself as a forward-thinking, customer-focused telecommunications service provider.

But how does the telco compare to its competitors? With big names like Optus, Telstra, and Vodafone seeming to dominate the broadband space, does More prove itself among these giants? Canstar Blue investigates.

More internet plans

The following table shows a selection of published More 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 More offer?

More NBN Plans

Unlimited data

Top-speed NBN Plan

Entertainment

Call packs

Choice of contract

Included modem

Available across FTTP, FTTB, FTTN

More NBN coverage

Aussie Broadband offers both fibre and fixed wireless NBN, with fixed line plans including FTTP, HFC, FTTN, FTTB and FTTC technologies.

You can use More Broadband’s address checker to determine if you’re eligible for an NBN plan, and if so, what kind of technology is available in your area.

More features and bonuses

More Broadband has dedicated services catered to Personal and Business NBN needs, as well as:

  • Home phone: customers switching home phone providers can keep their original number, as well as hooking up their home phone to the NBN, for $49.90 per month. This includes calls to local and international numbers.
  • Modems: there are tiers of More Broadband modems, ranging from $199 to $399. These modems take the form of Google Nest devices, meaning you get much more than just a modem. Alternatively, you can bring your own modem to your new plan.
  • CommBank offers: CommBank customers are able to secure 30% off NBN plan fees for 12 months.

More NBN plans

More offers customers a choice of five NBN speeds, although availability will depend on your address. The telco offers NBN 25, NBN 50, NBN 100/20, NBN 100/40, and NBN 250 plans, all with unlimited data and no lock-in contracts.

Prices begin at  $66 per month for NBN 25 for non-Commbank customers, through to $119 for NBN 250 speeds – so More’s pricing is fairly mid-range when compared to similar providers. Customers can BYO modem or add-on a Google Nest WiFi router at check-out.

The following table shows a selection of published More 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.

More mobile broadband plans

More offers mobile broadband plans beginning at $30 per month for 15GB of data, up to 100GB for $70 monthly. Coverage is provided by parts of Telstra’s 3G and 4G networks, and customers can add a pre-configured Netgear Nighthawk 4G modem at check-out for $335.

More support and customer service

More Broadband existing or prospective customers are able to connect to sales, customer service, and technical support teams through a variety of channels, including phone lines, social media pages, and WhatsApp.

  • Sales & Customer Service: Phone – 1800 733 368 (8:30am – 6pm on weekdays AET), WhatsApp – +61480096696
  • Technical Support: Phone – 1800 733 368 (7am – midnight on weekdays AET, 8am – 8pm on weekends AET), WhatsApp – +61480096696

Is More any good?

More has worked hard to establish itself as a competitive telco among the plethora of other service providers, however the pricing may be a downfall for its services. Generally in the broadband space, you get what you pay for, and this seems to be the case for More. 

Its partnership with CommBank is a major drawcard, however. CommBank customers can snag a year of drastically cheaper NBN fees, and with competitive speeds and customer service, this seems to be a huge win. You should consider More if you are a CommBank customer, or are just looking to branch out in the NBN space.