The best unlimited NBN plans for data gluttons
Tangerine Standard Unlimited
Cheapest Unlimited NBNSee PlanCheaper than higher-speed tier in some cases
Superloop Unlimited 100/40
Best Unlimited NBN 100See Plan90Mbps avg. evening speeds and 40Mbps upload
Tangerine XL Speed Boost
Best Unlimited NBN 50See PlanBest value unlimited NBN plan overall
Not all that long ago, unlimited data was a luxury afforded only by those willing to fork out the cashola. These days, every NBN provider on the market is offering unlimited downloads at a reasonable rate because, as any ISP worth their salt knows, the real money is in speed these days.
When weighing up unlimited NBN plans, you’re looking for two things: included speed tier and monthly price.
Here are the best value unlimited NBN plans overall, as well as picks for each NBN speed tier and the cheapest unlimited plans available.
Best Unlimited Premium Plan
Superloop Unlimited 100/40
Households with over four people living under one roof (and a serious appetite for 4K Disney Plus) will want to opt for Premium NBN 100. Our top pick for this category is relative newcomer Superloop NBN. It doesn’t offer the cheapest NBN Premium speeds available but it does self-report a lightning-fast 90Mbps per second on its top-tier unlimited plan.
There are two options for Superloop NBN Premium: the usual 40Mbps upload, or a cheaper 20Mbps upload option. If you want it all, no questions asked, we recommend the Superloop 100/40 Unlimited plan.
Cheapest Unlimited Premium Plan
Kogan Gold Unlimited NBN
This is a limited-time deal and Kogan only self-reports average evening speeds of 83Mbps on its Premium tier, but it’s hard to argue with unlimited data on NBN 100 at this price (even if the deal only lasts 6 months). As an added bonus, frequent flyers can nab 1 Qantas point for ever $2 spent with Kogan internet. That’s roughly 236 points over 6 months with this plan which isn’t a lot but still better than nothing.
Best Unlimited Standard Plus Plan
Tangerine XL Speed Boost Unlimited
For a little added oomph, there’s Standard Plus NBN 50. This is the most popular speed tier as it supports more concurrent users (e.g. bigger households) and has no issue streaming video in high definition. 4K streams should run pretty smooth too, for smaller households. Tangerine squeezes out another top spot for the NBN 50 tier with its XL Speed Boost option.
Once again, this NBN 50 plan comes in cheaper than a lot of Standard NBN 25 plans from other providers and it consistently tops our monthly list of the best NBN plans overall. It should be noted that the pricing on these plans only lasts for the first 6 months. After that they return to their regular pricing (which is still a competitive deal).
Best Unlimited Standard Plan (and cheapest overall)
Tangerine Standard Speed Unlimited
If you’re looking for unlimited data but want to save as much money as possible, your first instinct might be to opt for Basic NBN 12 but that’d be shooting yourself in the foot. Tangerine’s Standard Speed Unlimited plan is actually cheaper than any Basic NBN 12 speed plan and it comes with Standard NBN 25 speeds (Tangerine self-reports 21Mbps for average evening speeds).
If that deal’s not sweet enough for your tastes, here’s a small segment of unlimited NBN Standard deals to compare it against.