Kogan Internet probably isn't the first brand you think of when it comes to NBN plans - but its latest prices might just change that. The budget-friendly telco has knocked an extra $10 off its NBN 100 plans, bringing the total to just $75.90 a month. The deal also includes a free modem. Here are the details!
Throughout the month of March, Kogan Internet is dropping the price on its Gold Unlimited NBN plan to $75.90 a month. According to Kogan, customers can expect typical evening speeds of 83Mbps on this plan, which is not too shabby at all.
As mentioned, the deal comes with a free modem. There are also no setup fees.
You can see how that price compares to similar NBN 100 plans in the comparison table below (click on the 'Go' button for more information about each plan):
There is a catch however (isn't there always?): the $75.90 pricing is only for the first nine months. After that it reverts to $85.90. It's also worth noting that Kogan Internet runs off the Vodafone network which isn't available everywhere.
On the plus side, there's no lock-in contract, so you're free to cancel once the nine months are up. You can find out more about the plan here.
Here's how the pricing compares to some of the more popular telcos on the market.
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