Confused with all the jargon around nbn and nbn plans? Do you have questions about nbn broadband connections, speed, and how this affects your internet service? Are you wondering, among other things, what is nbn, what's a speed tier, do I need a bundle with a mobile or home phone, will my download speed be affected in peak hour, how much will it cost me for nbn setup fees, what modem do I need for nbn, what's the difference between an nbn Home Fast 100/20 plan and an nbn Home Fast+ 100/40 plan and why does this even matter to me? The list of questions you may have regarding broadband plans may even extend beyond the above, but don't despair because MATE has your back!
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The rollout of nbn is one of the most significant change events in telecommunications history in Australia. It is forcing all homes and businesses in the country to switch to this new network to retain their home internet connection and any fixed phone line services. The process of switching to unlimited nbn deals can be daunting and confusing at first, but if you choose a provider you can trust like a MATE, an nbn connection quickly becomes simple and easy.
There are a variety of different nbn plans available, and the main point of difference is the maximum download speed provided on each broadband connection. Rather than focus on nbn speeds and data caps, MATE offers the best unlimited, month to month nbn deals at mates rates pricing with no contract and no connection fee across multiple nbn technologies.
MATE offers two nbn plans with a typical busy period download speed (7pm-11pm) of 95Mbps – No Worries 100/20 and You Beaut 100/40. The No Worries 100/20 plan provides a maximum theoretical upload speed of 20Mbps, while the You Beaut 100/40 plan provides a maximum theoretical upload speed of 40Mbps. Downloading is the process of accessing web pages, images and files on the internet, while uploading is making these web pages, images and files available on the internet. Watching a movie on Netflix or Stan, streaming Kayo Sports or reading your favourite news sites would primarily utilise download. Sending large emails, playing tournament-style online games and using video calling via apps like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Meet would primarily utilise upload.
MATE's No Worries 100/20 plans are ideal for high definition 4K video streaming, music streaming and online gaming for 6 or more people in your household. Whether you choose to bundle a home phone or mobile plans into the package or not, 'MATE's nbn Home Fast 100/20 and Home Fast+ 100/40 plans are a great option for big households.
'MATE's nbn Home Fast 100/20 and Home Fast+ 100/40 plans are available across Australia, whether it be in capital cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth or regional suburbs in between. The MATE No Worries 100/20 plan starts from just $85 per month for unlimited data, no setup costs and no lock in contracts, while the You Beaut 100/40 plan starts from just $95 per month. Keep in mind that contract nbn plans are the best way to make sure you get the best possible internet connection with no commitments - keeping it local, yeah mate!
nbn not installed in your home yet? You can get nbn 100/20 or 100/40 installed at your home with MATE. If you sign up and nbn is available, MATE will organise nbn to be installed at your home, so you can enjoy the nbn 100/20 or 100/40 plan as quickly as possible. Our 100/20 or 100/40 plan comes with unlimited data and no lock in contracts. Easy mate. Join thousands of Aussies already experiencing the MATE difference!
If you have any questions about anything to do with nbn Home Fast 100/20 or Home Fast+ 100/40 plans, no contract nbn, nbn technologies, nbn plans, the national broadband network rollout or availability, or you need even more information, don't hesitate to drop us a line and get in touch!