MyRepublic Has A 100Mbps NBN Plan For $79.95!

MyRepublic just smashed the price barrier for super-fast NBN. For a limited time, you can get the top-tier Unlimited Premium plan with speeds of up to 100Mbps for just $79.95 per month - a saving of $10. Here are the details!

MyRepublic's $79.95 plan includes unlimited data, internet speeds of "up to" 100Mbps and unlimited home phone calls. (Home phone service comes bundled with the plan.) Adding a wireless router to the plan will cost you an extra dollar.

According to MyRepublic, customers can expect typical evening speeds of 83Mbps on this plan. While that's lower than 100Mbps, it's a damn sight faster than most of the 50Mbps offerings out there, many of which are similarly priced.

"We are happy that the nbn has finally recognised that Australians want super-fast internet and we are delighted to provide the premium plans at a reasonable price to facilitate just that,” Nicholas Demos, Managing Director of MyRepublic Australia said in a statement.

This deal isn't as impressive as MyRepublic's launch pricing when customers could snap up a 100Mbps plan for just $59.95 per month. But compared to the current crop of 100Mbps plans it's pretty hard to beat.

Also worth noting: the price jumps to $89.95 after 12 months. If that seems too high, remember to cancel at the end of the 12-month contract.

Here's how the plan compares to some of the other top-tier options on the market:

The offer ends on 31 January, 2019.

Check if NBN and MyRepublic are available at your address here!

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Comments

    IIRC My Republic had shocking peak time speeds. Not worth it if you're after a stable connection.

      Access to International sites can also be hit and miss.

      As crazy as it sounds, one actually needs to have a VPN otherwise access to some sites over seas slows down to mere kilobytes per second.

    These guys have lots of bad reviews on Whirlpool.

    Last edited 21/01/19 8:21 pm

    I signed up about 12 months ago and got that speed for 69.95

    I do not recommend at all. It took over one month to get connected to myrepublic, what I assume to be a ploy ensuring that at the very least the consumer is "donating" one months payment with no service. You also are sent one of their modems.. Crap if you wish to uee your own from the get go. Connection wise the service was seriously sub standard. Sure, it's cheap but the huge compromise is speed. It had me wishing for adsl again. Do yourself a favour and check out their Facebook page to see the quantity and type of complaints. I switched to launtel (took 20 minutes to connect tonafter submitting rewuest!!!) and have never looked back. Sounds corny but it's the way nbn is meant to be!

    Had these guys on a HFC connection over a year ago and got LESS THAN 1mbs down at peak times. worst experience of my life and they sucked on the phone. Switched over to aussie broadband on the exact same line and i get a stable 93mbs down at peak times......They may have improved now but buy at your own risk.

    According to MyRepublic, customers can expect typical evening speeds of 83Mbps on this plan

    Expecting and actually receiving is the big thing. As well how stable the connection is ie dropouts and how the customer service is.

    Had MyRepublic for 6 months, HFC 100Mbps, suffered from extreme congestion at peak times lucky to get 25Mbps maximum and many dropouts, support (if you even get a response from them) refused to admit a problem. Switched to Aussie Broadband get consistent 96Mbps during peak times and have excellent customer service, I'll pay the extra $10 for a far superior service thanks, avoid MyRepublic at all costs !

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