iiNet NBN Plans & Prices

iiNet is one of the premier NBN providers in Australia and has a suite of competitive plans to suit many. Even since being acquired by TPG, iiNet seems to have lost none of the qualities that customers loved beforehand – and now it’s part of the second largest telco in Australia. Find out what iiNet has to offer in the NBN space and how it stacks up against other providers.

iiNet NBN Plans

iiNet’s NBN plans are available as month-to-month plans with the option to add on a modem or BYO modem. You’re also able to add on call packs and entertainment options if you wish.

The below table features a selection of published iiNet NBN plans from Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost from lowest to highest. Use our comparison tool to see plans from a wider range of providers. These are products with links to a referral partner.

What does iiNet offer?

iiNet has quite a few month-to-month NBN plans several different speed tiers – NBN 12, NBN 25, NBN 50, NBN 100, NBN 250 and NBN 1000 –  with unlimited data starting at $69.99 per month for NBN 25 speeds, while the NBN 12 plan includes 500GB of data.

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  • Unlimited Data: While iiNet’s entry-level Basic Evening Speed plan does come with a 500GB, unlimited data is available as standard on NBN 25, NBN 50, NBN 100, NBN 250 and NBN 1000 speed tiers.
  • NBN Speeds: Basic Evening Speed (typical evening speed: 12Mbps), Standard Evening Speed (typical evening speed: 25Mbps), Standard Plus Evening Speed (typical evening speed: 50Mbps) and Premium Evening Speed (typical evening speed: 90Mbps) NBN plans are available. (Speeds correct as of January 2022)
  • Technology Types: iiNet offers NBN across Fibre to the Premises, Fibre to the Node, Fibre to the Building, Fibre to the Curb, and Hybrid Fibre Coaxial connections, plus fixed wireless and NBN Sky Muster (satellite).
  • Modems: A WiFi modem is available for $192 upfront, or you’ll pay $0 if you stay connected for 24 months.
  • Call Packs: All NBN plans available from iiNet include $0 pay as you go calls. Talk packs are also available from $5 and up to $10 per month (depending on your plan), and options include unlimited national calls, unlimited mobile calls, and international calling (to select countries).

iiNet NBN speeds: at a glance

iiNet has plans across all speed tiers, offering NBN 12, NBN 25, NBN 50 and NBN 100 speeds, in addition to the two super-fast NBN 250 and NBN 1000 speed tiers. Its Sky Muster satellite plans offers Basic Evening Speeds of 5Mbps and 25Mbps priced from $44.99 per month for 150GB of data (30GB peak + 120GB off-peak).

While all iiNet’s fixed line speed tiers offer unlimited data, customers can also opt for capped gigabytes on Basic (NBN 12) plans, with 500GB of data priced at $59.99 per month. However, as unlimited data is just $69.99 monthly, some customers might prefer to pay the extra $10, and avoid paying overage fees once the included 500GB has been exceeded.

Below are the typical evening speeds iiNet lists for the three available NBN speed tiers on fixed line networks (FttP, FttN, FttB, FttC, and HFC).

Speed Name NBN Tier  Typical evening speed

Basic Evening Speed

NBN 12

12Mbps

Standard Evening Speed

NBN 25

25Mbps

Standard Plus Evening Speed

NBN 50

50Mbps

Premium Evening Speed

NBN 100

90Mbps

Speeds correct as of January 2022

iiNet Fixed Wireless NBN Plans

Fixed wireless plans feature similar value to their fixed line counterparts, but speeds max out at NBN 25. Both NBN 25 plans feature local and national calls as standard, while the slower plans have pay as you go (PAYG) rates. International call packs can be added for $10 a month, while month-to-month contracts incur an $80-odd activation fee.

iiNet SkyMuster NBN Plans

Those living in rural locations aren’t left out, with iiNet providing a decent selection of SkyMuster satellite plans. Speeds are listed as NBN 25, although speeds vary from 5Mbps to 25Mbps, with actual speeds experienced may vary due to a range of factors. Data caps are generally split between peak/off peak times (with peak hours being 7am-1am). Prices begin at $44.99 per month for 150GB (30GB peak + 120GB off peak) of data, and go up to $64.99 with 250GB data (60GB peak + 190GB off peak).

Fetch TV with iiNet

iiNet’s services don’t stop at internet – the telco also gives customers the opportunity to bundle in Fetch TV with all broadband plans.

You can add on your Fetch package to your plan for an additional $5 per month (for the basic plan) although plans with speeds at NBN 50 and higher, can take up the optional offer to pay $0 per month for the basic Fetch package when staying connected for 24 months. You’ll need to pay a $59.99 setup fee, but Fetch does give you easy access to streaming services such as Netflix , Stan, and YouTube, and catch-up and free-to-air television.

Fetch users can add channel packs to their account from an extra $6 per month, including ‘Kids’, ‘Vibe’, ‘Variety’, or ‘Knowledge’. You can also bundle all four for $20 monthly.

How does iiNet NBN compare to other providers?

iiNet typically stacks up pretty well against the bigger providers such as Telstra, Optus and others, but other smaller guys may beat it to the punch on price. Other providers worth keeping an eye out for include:

Other Internet Plans

The following table shows a selection of sponsored unlimited data Standard Plus Evening Speed (NBN 50), and Premium Evening Speed (NBN 100) plans on Canstar Blue’s database with links to referral partners.

Unlimited Standard Plus Evening Speed (NBN 50) Plans

The following table shows a selection of published unlimited Standard Plus Evening Speed (NBN 50) plans on Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of standard monthly cost (excluding discounts), from the lowest to highest, and then by alphabetical order of provider. Use our comparison tool above to see plans from a range of other providers. This is a selection of products with links to referral partners.

Unlimited Premium Evening Speed (NBN 100) Plans

The table below shows a selection of published unlimited Premium Evening Speed (NBN 100) plans on Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of monthly cost, from the lowest to highest, and then by alphabetical order of provider. Use our comparison tool to see plans from a range of other providers. This is a selection of products with links to referral partners.

Should I sign up to an iiNet NBN plan?

iiNet remains an excellent choice for home internet. Its large range of plans and supported internet technologies means that wherever you are and whatever your budget, iiNet likely has a plan for you at a competitive price – often beating out the big guys like Telstra and Optus.

However, if you are after the cheap NBN plans, you might find those cheaper prices elsewhere. While iiNet plans are generally not all that expensive, there are other providers out there undercutting the big guys by quite a margin. Smaller providers frequently beat out iiNet in terms of price, but iiNet’s generally reliable service and wide-ranging network find the provider often ranking quite well in our Canstar Blue Customer Satisfaction ratings for NBN providers.

Overall, iiNet is not among the cheapest NBN providers, but it remains a leader across fixed line, fixed wireless and SkyMuster NBN plans. The next time you’re comparing NBN plans, iiNet is worth a look into.

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