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We’ve partnered with Econnex to bring you a range of internet plans to help you compare them.

Are you tired of constantly monitoring your data usage and worrying about overage charges? In today's digital age, where streaming, gaming, and working from home are more common than ever, having an internet plan which offers unlimited data can provide peace of mind that you won’t run out of data during the month.

Before buying your plan, however, it’s important to understand what your options are when it comes to offers on the market. You can compare a range of unlimited plans available where you live or work through Savvy, with a simple quote form allowing you to consider offers side by side in one place. Get the comparison process started with Savvy today!

How do I compare unlimited internet plans?

Comparing deals requires a careful evaluation of several key factors to ensure you're getting the best unlimited internet plan available for your specific needs in Australia. Here's a step-by-step process on how to compare these plans effectively:

  • Internet speed: look for plans which offer speeds suitable for your activities. All types of internet connection offer different speed options, with NBN plans having six and home wireless and mobile broadband having two each.
  • Policy costs: of course, it’s crucial to look at the cost of different policies. While receiving the most suitable internet service is essential, it’s also important to ensure you aren’t paying more than you need to or stretching your household budget too much.
  • Contract terms: consider the contract length. Most unlimited plans these days are available on month-to-month terms, offering flexibility. Others might require longer commitments, such as six to 12 months (although these may waive certain fees in some cases).
  • Check coverage: verify that providers offering unlimited plans have reliable coverage in your area. A plan is only valuable if it provides a strong, consistent connection.
  • Data management policies: review your provider's Fair Usage Policy (FUP) or Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). While it's unlimited, there may be restrictions if you excessively exceed certain usage thresholds.
  • Hidden costs: check for any fees, such as setup charges, equipment rental, or early termination fees. Ensure you understand the complete cost of the plan.
  • Satisfaction guarantee: if possible, choose a provider that offers a satisfaction guarantee. This is offered by some companies and is usually set at a minimum internet speed which is accessible at all times.
  • Compare with Savvy: utilise online comparison tools like Savvy to help you consider multiple unlimited internet plans side by side. Doing so can help simplify the process by presenting all the necessary information in one place.

How do I work out how much data I need before I buy an unlimited internet plan?

Estimating your data needs is crucial before choosing an internet plan to help you ensure you aren’t overpaying for data you won't use. Here's how to calculate your data requirements and some of the factors and activities to consider when doing so:

  • Analyse your usage: review your past internet bills or usage history to understand your monthly data consumption. Consider factors like the number of devices connected, the types of activities (streaming, gaming, browsing) and the number of users in your household or business.
  • Data monitoring tools: many routers and internet providers offer data monitoring tools or apps which help you track your real-time data usage. This can help inform how you’re using your data and where you can potentially cut down if need be.
  • Use online calculators: some websites provide data usage calculators. Input your activities and device usage to estimate your monthly data needs.
  • Devices: as well as considering the number of devices connected to your network, it’s important to take into account what these connected devices are, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, smart TVs and gaming consoles. Each device consumes data when active.
  • Streaming: streaming services like Netflix, YouTube, and Spotify can be data-intensive. Check the quality settings and adjust them if needed to conserve data.
  • Gaming: online gaming can vary in data usage. Some games use minimal or no data if they’re largely offline, while others with high-quality graphics and constant updates are likely to consume much more.
  • Downloads and updates: large downloads, software updates and system backups can significantly contribute to data consumption.
  • Video conferencing: if you work or study from home and participate in video conferencing, factor in the data used for these sessions.

Do all types of internet plan come with unlimited data?

No – not all types of internet plans come with unlimited data in Australia. While unlimited plans are common, other types of plan may have data caps or usage limits. Here's a breakdown of common internet plan types:

  1. NBN/home wireless plans: these home internet plans typically offer unlimited data, allowing you to use the internet without worrying about data caps. They’re suitable for a wide range of individuals, families and businesses, including heavy internet users who stream, game or download large files frequently.
  2. Mobile broadband plans: unlimited mobile broadband plans are very rare, with these plans almost always come with data limits. Users can select plans based on their monthly data requirements, with options varying from less than 10GB to 400GB or more per month.
  3. Satellite and Fixed Wireless NBN plans: in remote or rural areas, Fixed Wireless and Satellite NBN plans may have data limits due to limited capacity. While some may offer unlimited data, this isn’t always the case.
  4. Prepaid plans: as is the case with regular mobile broadband, prepaid mobile broadband usually comes with a predefined amount of data. Once you exhaust this data, you may need to purchase additional data or wait until the next recharge period.

When finding the best internet deal for your needs, it's essential to read the plan details and terms carefully. Ensure you understand whether the plan offers unlimited data or if there are data limitations. Unlimited data plans are often preferred for peace of mind and flexibility, especially for households with high data usage.

Top tips for saving on your unlimited internet plan

Regularly review your plan

Reassess your internet usage every few months and review your unlimited plan. If you find that you're consistently using less data or speed than what your plan offers, you may wish to consider downgrading to a more cost-effective tier which better matches your needs.

Bundle services

Many internet providers offer bundle deals which combine internet with other services like TV or mobile phone plans. Bundling can lead to significant cost savings compared to separate subscriptions, so exploring bundle options could help maximise your value for money.

Negotiate with your provider

Don't be afraid to negotiate with your current provider. If you've been a loyal customer, enquire about any discounts or promotions they can offer to reduce your monthly bill, particularly if you find a cheaper price on the market. Providers may offer incentives to retain customers.

Compare offers with Savvy

There’s perhaps no easier way of saving on your internet bill than simply comparing the plans available on the market, which you can do quickly and easily through Savvy. It’s important to keep an eye out to ensure you don’t miss out on what would be the best unlimited plan for your needs.

Frequently asked unlimited internet plan questions

Are unlimited internet plans really unlimited?

Yes – unlimited internet plans typically offer unrestricted data usage, allowing you to browse, stream, and download without worrying about data caps. However, they may still be subject to fair usage policies that manage excessive usage, as well as potentially impacting your speeds once you reach a certain amount of data each month, so it’s important to check with your provider about whether this is the case before you sign on the dotted line.

Can I get unlimited internet for my rural or remote location?

The availability of unlimited internet in rural or remote areas can vary. While some providers offer unlimited plans in these areas, others may have data limits due to network capacity. It's essential to check with local providers for the options available where you live.

Can I get a cheap unlimited internet plan?

Yes – affordable unlimited internet plans are available from various providers, as they’re more common than ever before. To find a cheap unlimited plan, it’s important to compare as many offers as possible to help you find the cheapest deal which also provides you with the service you need.

Are there any special promotions or discounts available for signing up for unlimited internet plans?

Yes – many providers offer special promotions and discounts for new customers signing up for unlimited internet plans. These promotions may include reduced monthly rates, waived setup fees, or free equipment. Be sure to check with providers for ongoing offers.

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Any advice presented above is general in nature and doesn’t consider your personal or business objectives, needs or finances. It’s always important to consider whether advice is suitable for you before purchasing an internet plan. For further information on the variety of internet plans compared by Econnex, or how their business works, you can visit their website.

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