With MyBroadbandComparison.com.au, our broadband specialists will help you find which connection types are available in your area and get you a great deal on fast and affordable internet.
It’s difficult to say as depending on where you live and how far you are from an internet tower, a broadband connection, by definition, should enable reliable download and uploads speeds without excessive delays.
There are several different kinds of broadband or delivery methods for data transfer. DSL, ADSL, ADSL2+ and Cable are just some types available to Australian households. Which one is suited to you will depend on where you live, your budget and your internet needs. Our consultants can help you understand the different types and find the one that is best suited for you.
A common package deal method used by ISP’s to to combine or “bundle” several services together in a simple and easy to understand package. Often this will include line rental, home phone and broadband. Speak to one of our broadband experts to find out what bundles are available in your area.
Wi-Fi enables you to wirelessly connect to the internet via radio waves, without the need for inconvenient wires. Wi-Fi allows you to connect several devices at once anywhere in the house, such as your desktop computer, tablet or mobile.
A cap is a limit imposed by service providers on certain plans which determine how much data you can download over a certain time period.
To compare a wide range of broadband internet plans and find the one that suits your needs and budget, give us a call or fill out your details and one of our broadband specialists can give you a call back to discuss your options.
No, you don’t pay any fees for using our services, however we do receive a commission from the provider of any broadband product you decide to purchase.
Prices and features of broadband plans are continually changing, so it’s smarter to compare and see if there are better deals available for your household. You may end up getting more for less!
This will depend on the terms of your contract with your current ISP - in some cases, you may have to pay an exit fee, however this is up to your ISP.