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    NBN unmetered plans from exetel

    NBN's not in my area yet and won't be for a few years.

    Exetel's website is a mess:

    http://www.exetel.com.au/residential...-mainland.php#

    from what I can work out you can get 50GB for $50 at peak times and then unlimited outside of peak times.

    I think for the NBN1 packages the speeds are 12MB/second down and 1MB/second up?

    none of the links on the page seem to work. Could be a good start to dropping prices!

    Exetel's NBN Services

    Use NBN’s interactive maps to find out when the NBN will be coming to your area http://www.exetel.com.au/residential-fibre-overview.php#availability_nbn

    † The download and upload speeds stated below are the maximum that each type of link can deliver and will rarely, if ever, be achieved by any user for all sorts of reasons. Exetel makes no guarantees of any kind on the actual speeds that will be achieved by any individual users as we rely on our supplier to ensure its services are provisioned to deliver optimum speeds at all times. Should any user not receive speeds consistent with their distance from the exchange then Exetel will allow such a customer to cancel their service without penalty.
    Speeds that customers experience on these services in practice have tended to be affected by the following internal and external factors:

    • The number of individual end-users at a residence using the service at the same time.
    • The end-user’s network, operating system, hardware, software and software configuration (Eg – router/firewall configuration).
    • The connection method within the premises (wireless or fixed).
    • The type of content being downloaded by the end-user.
    • The source of the content (the destination host) being downloaded (including any content server limitations).
    • Domestic backhaul capacity & International links capacity.



    1.Choose Plan


    Select Speed


    Select Plan Name & Allowance

    12/1 Mbps is deliverable over NBN Fibre and Fixed Wireless Infrastructure

    • $49.50

      50 GB Peak
      Unmetered Off Peak
      NBN1-50

      $0.99 per GB
    • $59.50

      150 GB Peak
      Unmetered Off Peak
      NBN1-150

      $0.40 per GB


    2. Place your order


    Monthly Cost for NBN1-50 - Per Month



    Plan Name NBN1-
    50
    NBN1-
    150
    NBN2-
    50
    NBN2-
    150
    NBN3-
    50
    NBN3-
    150
    NBN3-
    250
    NBN4-
    50
    NBN4-
    150
    NBN4-
    250
    NBN4-
    500
    Monthly Plan Charge $49.50 $59.50 $54.50 $64.50 $69.50 $79.50 $84.50 $79.50 $89.50 $94.50 $139.00
    Included Download Allowance (Peak Period) 50 GB 150 GB 50 GB 150 GB 50 GB 150 GB 250 GB 50 GB 150 GB 250 GB 500 GB
    Included Download Allowance (Off Peak Period) Unmetered
    Contract Term 12 Months
    Line Activation Charge $50.00
    Total Minimum Cost 1 $644.00 $764.00 $704.00 $824.00 $884.00 $1,004.00 $1,064.00 $1,004.00 $1,124.00 $1,184.00 $1,718.00
    Early Termination Charge $100.00
    Cost of 1 GB of data usage (Included Peak Data Allowance) $0.99 $0.40 $1.09 $0.43 $1.39 $0.53 $0.34 $1.59 $0.60 $0.38 $0.28
    Cost of 1 GB of data usage (excess usage) Speed Shaping to 1024/384 kbps
    Critical Information Summary Offer Summary Offer Summary Offer Summary Offer Summary
    Plan Information

    As the NBN service presents as a 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Interface, technically you can connect a single PC directly to this interface. However, Exetel does not recommend this approach as service performance and security may be impaired. Exetel’s recommended approach is to utilise a Router that has an Ethernet WAN Interface that can manage the Internet connectivity session as well as provide Firewall and Network Address Translation (NAT) capability. Exetel has such a Router for sale as follows - https://www.exetel.com.au/modemorder/index.php .
    * Once allowance is reached speed slows to 1024/384kbps until your next billing cycle starts.
    All Services Include VoIP Telephone Number with every Residential VoIP order.
    ** VoIP calls via the Exetel ‘DID’ are 10 cents per unlimited local or national call and 22 cents per minute to any mobile number within Australia.
    Uploads not counted.
    1Total Minimum Cost for NBN Fibre Broadband plans over a 12 month contract term = (Monthly Plan Charge x 12 Months) + Line Activation Charge. Early termination fee of $100.00 will apply.

    Peak Period : 9.00 am - 1.00 am
    Off Peak Period : 1.00 am - 9.00 am
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    I keep hearing about the NBN but is there anywhere that's hooked up yet?

    I have a form of ADSL over copper wire here in the UK and I can get 56Mbit download which equals to 7MB per second.

    By the time they've got the NBN in won't everything have gone to wireless?

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    LOL, yeah my area gets it at the end of the year and I'm not sure if I'll change. I'm on Telstra's 33Mbps cable (for the past 4 years) and I'm more than happy. But if they could guarantee that this would be more reliable and faster, I might do it. hehe

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    how many actual megabytes is that? About 4?

    That's not too bad, but man Australia need to speed the internet up, loads of people moving to countries that have faster internet and Australia's loosing out. The people from Skimlinks all from Sydney now live and work in London due to the better internet access.

    If Australia doesn't get faster soon it's going to loose again, same way it did when it banned Gambling sites in Oz, to protect casinos!
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    By the way the Labor version of NBN looks great, found it on here: How Fast is the NBN?

    If Australia go for Liberal's version we'd be at about where the UK was in 2007/08, need to get progression happening now and get businesses being able to keep up with the world!


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