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Data allowances on mobile phone plans and mobile are much more generous than they used to be, but the volume on offer doesn't tell the whole story. Depending on exactly how your mobile provider counts data can make a huge difference to how quickly you burn through it. Planhacker rounds up the current policies for every mobile provider in Australia.
Extel's original NBN plans were amongst the best offerings on the market. Exetel is now offering unmetered data in off-peak hours for its NBN customers under revamped plans, but it has also raised prices considerably.
The range of National Broadband Network (NBN) plans continues to expand, and there are many more to come. Planhacker covers all the plans on offer in Australia right now in a custom spreadsheet you can use to find the best option for you.
Telstra launching its plans means that there are now five companies vying for your custom if you're in an area where the NBN is available. Planhacker covers off all the plans on offer.
Having trimmed back its range of NBN plans recently, Exetel has now added one high-speed, high-download deal to the equation. As Alex at Gizmodo points out, $70 a month for 300GB (not including uploads) on a 100/40 connection is pretty good. We've updated our Planhacker table of every NBN plan to include this option.
NOTE: This guide has been superseded. Click here for the most recent version.
Optus has announced its pricing plans for NBN customers, which means there are now four major companies vying for your NBN custom. We've got all the pricing in one handy and updated Planhacker spreadsheet so you can compare what's available.
NOTE: This guide has been superseded. Click here for the most recent version. So far, we've seen proposed NBN pricing from Exetel, iiNet and Internode, and last week Internode adjusted its pricing, creating a more competitive playing field. Compare all the current options with our interactive Planhacker spreadsheet.
Last week Internode announced its projected NBN pricing for consumers. Even though there was a clear element of political posturing in those numbers, they still stirred up a lot of negative reaction from users. This week has seen Exetel announce its own pricing, and demonstrate in the process that there's likely to be several different variations on NBN pricing from different providers.