Vaya Unlimited NBN Plans Are Extremely Cheap

Vaya Unlimited NBN Plans Are Extremely Cheap

Vaya is best known for dirt-cheap mobile plans (and occasional questions over customer service), but now the company is also seeking your NBN dollar. How do Vaya’s newly-launched plans stack up?

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All Vaya’s plans require a 24-month contract (and obviously you’ll need to be in an area with NBN connectivity). They’re also “unlimited”, with no official download limit. Here’s what is on offer:

Monthly price Speed (download/upload Mbps)
$59.00 12/1
$69.00 25/5
$79.00 50/20
$89.00 100/40

Taking a quick look at our recent roundup of unlimited plans, those prices are cheaper than anything else out there — but only just. Exetel and TPG have similar deals for 100/40 for just 99 cents more per month, and both offer a 12-month contract option.


  • I love that 12/1 is an offered NBN plan – It’s around what we should all be getting (if not better) on ADSL2+. The coalition NBN plan would have been great at the turn of the century.

    • Well it is being delivered over the NBN.
      And some people don’t need super high speeds. Perfect for the grandparents.

      • Speed may not be an issues today, but it will be tomorrow. You may be happy with your speed but there are a lot of other things the speed could be used for (health services, etc). But I suppose buying up fighter jets is way more important.

    • That’s about the speed I get with ADSL (which I’m told is above average). There is a lot of people out there who just don’t need any quicker.

    • I haven’t been able to justify anything faster than 12mbps. All of my tv shows download automatically during the day and only occasionally do games take a few hours. There’s no real opportunity to stream 1080p so there’s not really any reason to go any faster. Either way, the latency on fibre is awesome compared to ADSL.

  • I can’t imagine how much traffic it will generate in the area where NBN Fibre bandwidth is UNLIMITED. Vaya services on the NBN are not available in all areas or premises.

  • 99 for 100mbps and 1tb per month is enough for me… just 10 dollar difference from iiNet. Plus I know my ISP is reliable

  • Why switch to base NBN 12Mbps when current adsl or cable offer speed 20-25Mbps? Vaya $89 stand alone plan aint cheap. Others offer home phone bundle for a similar price.

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