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//Origin will give you 12 months of Paramount Plus and 30,000 Every Rewards points
Brodie Fogg
Jun 05, 2023
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Published on June 05, 2023

Whether you’ve been waiting for the complete second season of Yellowjackets to drop, or you’ve recently cancelled your Netflix plan, a bonus year of streaming with Paramount Plus is hard to look past. Until 14 June 2023, Origin will chuck in 12 months of Paramount Plus when you sign up to one of its NBN plans.

Usually $9.99 per month (with a 7-day free trial), Paramount Plus is a relatively new streaming service in Australia that already comes a lot cheaper than Netflix or Stan. If you sign up to an Origin NBN plan before the deal expires, you’re essentially saving $89.99 over your first year as a customer.

Origin NBN customers can also save a further $10 per month off their bill if they are already an Origin Energy customer.

To sweeten the deal, Origin is also offering new NBN customers will also rack up 30,000 Woolworths Everyday Rewards points when they sign up. Woolworths Everyday Rewards points can be used in a few different ways: on shopping discounts, Qantas Points (2,000 Everyday Rewards points will net you 1,000 Qantas points) or 4c per litre off your fuel from Ampol and EG Ampol petrol stations. All up, Origin says you’re getting $150 in value from 30,000 Everyday Rewards points.

To top it off Origin NBN customers can save a further $10 per month off their bill if they are already an Origin Energy customer.

Origin NBN plans are month-to-month and start at $74 per month for Basic II (25Mbps) speeds and unlimited data. Take a look at Origin’s suite of NBN plans below:

Origin NBN plans with 12 months of Paramount Plus


That’s pretty expensive NBN Basic II unless you’re already an Origin NBN customer. For comparison, Tangerine offers the same speeds for $44.90 per month for the first 12 months (then $59.90 per month thereafter.)

Here’s a look at the most popular NBN 25 Basic II plans currently available in Australia.

Most popular NBN 25 plans

Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at Reviews.org. He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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