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    OpelAus Enthusiast mickos's Avatar
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    TPG is worth checking out too, we usually sit on 12mb download speeds $60 a month with line rental
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    Im looking at getting optus, $60 a month unlimited data plus Fetch tv which i wouldn't have a clue whether Fetch tv is good or a waste of coin, has anyone on here got Fetch tv or heard if its ok? Thanks

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    Im now also looking at optus after they won the rights to EPL with fetch, which now makes foxtel completely useless unless you wanna watch the same movie on re run for a month

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    Im now also looking at optus after they won the rights to EPL with fetch, which now makes foxtel completely useless unless you wanna watch the same movie on re run for a month

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    Is it exclusive to just Optus or fetch TV itself? If it's exclusive to fetch, then they're not the only ones who have it.

    I can also tell you, the Optus fetch boxes are utter shite. I lost count of how many customers I've repeated deliveries of fetch boxes to, just because their boxes crapped themselves.
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    Optus exclusove but itll be broadcast through fetch

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    I've heard optus is VERY congested... This offer probably won't help.

    Have you looked up what providers are available to you? Probably a good idea before you get too deep...

    I'm in the same situation as you. From my research, tpg seems like the best mix of price and service... All have bad reviews though (although may have to do with computer literacy).
    Tpg also owns iinet and internode.

    Belong and clubtelco seem ok. Kind of Telstra but complicated.

    In all honesty, I have no idea which one to choose. I am probably leaning towards tpg unlimited.
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    @sooty is on optus and iirc it's pretty good. But like me, hes on cable broadband.

    I can't really help here, my area is limited to telstra only so haven't been able to try anyone else. I was with iinet and optus previously and never really had an issue with either of them
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    Got no issues with optus cable, 80 Mbps speed, unlimited downloads, phone and line rental for about $70 a month
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    Just for information's sake, even though most people hate Telstra I found this while looking into NBN plans


    Broadband speeds
    For information on the speeds available please visit telstra.com/speeds.
    Super Fast Speed Boost is available for an additional $20 per month
    or a Very Fast Speed Boost for $10 per month. Your bill will show an
    additional charge each month for your speed upgrade. If you already
    have a Speed Boost then you will continue to receive your Speed
    Boost and be charged for it each month unless you cancel it.
    Speed Boosts are not available on NBN Fixed Wireless.
    NBN can provide download line speeds into the home up to 25Mbps and upload speeds from the home up to 5Mbps (25/5Mbps) when downloading from capable sites or across multiple sites but average speeds will be lower.
    If you are a Cable, Velocity or NBN (excluding Fixed Wireless) customer and have purchased a Super Fast Speed Boost, your maximum download line speeds will be up to 100Mbps into the home for sharing across users in your home.
    If you are an NBN customer and have purchased a Very Fast Speed Boost, your maximum download line speeds will be up to 50Mbps into the home for sharing across users in your home.



    To summarise, you only get 'up to' 25mb. For 'up to' 50mbp it's an extra $10/mth and 'up to' 100mb is an extra $20/mth.

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    Have also found Belong have the same sort of setup

    Base download speeds into the home are up to 12Mbps. Add a Speed Boost and enjoy downloads of up to 25Mbps for $10/month or up to 100Mpbs for $25/month.
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