Every Telstra NBN plan and deal available

Your one-stop shop for a regularly updated list of the best Telstra NBN deals.

April 18, 2022
2 min read

Whether you’re seeking the best NBN plans or a killer mobile plan, Telstra usually isn’t at the top of the list when it comes to finding the best deals. That’s because while Telstra prides itself as a premium provider with fast NBN speeds, decent perks and great support options, it tends to charge a premium.

Thankfully, this isn’t always the case, and this daily updating round-up of Telstra’s best NBN deals from our comparison engine may just help you pay less to get more.

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Telstra NBN overview

Telstra is a household name for mobile and internet services in Australia. It’s one of those rare providers that still offers non-NBN broadband services but it also offers a range of NBN plans on almost every NBN speed tier.

The only NBN speed tier that Telstra doesn’t sell plans on is the bare-bolts NBN 12 one, which is fair enough given it’s intended for only the most basic of internet needs. As far as we’re concerned, basic home internet should really start with the NBN 25 speed tier, which has greater versatility for entry-level internet.

Telstra NBN plans come with some great perks, including fast speeds, an included home phone service (with unlimited local, national and mobile calls) and a preconfigured Telstra Smart Modem Gen 2 modem-router (with 4G backup), which is built to work with any metro NBN connection. While Telstra doesn’t sell NBN Fixed Wireless or NBN satellite plans to homes in rural and regional areas, most homes in metro areas should be able to sign up to an NBN 25, NBN 50 or NBN 100 plan (though note that Telstra only sells NBN 100 plans to homes with FTTP, HFC or FTTC technologies).

Those in FTTP and select HFC homes can also sign up for speedy NBN 250 and NBN 1000 plans from Telstra.

Telstra NBN plans and deals

If there’s a Telstra NBN deal to be found, you’ll find it among the list of Telstra NBN plans below, which we’ve broken down by speed tier.

First up is the cheapest NBN 25 Telstra NBN plan.

For comparison, below is a daily updating list of popular NBN 25 plans with unlimited data from our database.

Next up is Telstra’s NBN 50 plan, which is the most popular NBN speed tier.

For comparison, check out the daily updating list below of popular unlimited-data NBN 50 plans from our database.

If you want the fastest NBN speed tier most homes can sign up to in Australia, check out Telstra’s NBN 100 plan.

Below is a daily updating list of popular NBN 100 plans with unlimited data from our comparison engine.

If you’re in an FTTP home or HFC home, you may want to consider Telstra’s NBN 250 plan below.

For comparison, have a gander at the daily updating list below of popular NBN 250 plans from our database.

Finally, people living in FTTP homes or select HFC homes may be tempted by the full-throttle download speeds of Telstra’s NBN 1000 plan.

And below is a daily updating list of popular NBN 1000 plans from our comparison engine.

Nathan Lawrence
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Nathan Lawrence
Nathan Lawrence has been banging out passionate tech and gaming words for more than 11 years. These days, you can find his work on outlets like IGN, STACK, Fandom, Red Bull and AusGamers. Nathan adores PC gaming and the proof of his first-person-shooter prowess is at the top of a Battlefield V scoreboard.

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