No lock-in contract award winning nbn plans
$65$0/mthTotal min cost $60 (includes once-off $60 modem cost)Unlimited dataOffer ends 31 Aug 2021.
25Mbps typical evening speed1
- SD video streaming
- Email & web browsing
- Online gameplay
$75$0/mthTotal min cost $60 (includes once-off $60 modem cost)Unlimited dataOffer ends 31 Aug 2021.
50Mbps typical evening speed1
- HD video streaming
- Online gameplay
- Working & studying from home
$85$0/mthTotal min cost $60 (includes once-off $60 modem cost)Unlimited dataOffer ends 31 Aug 2021.
92Mbps typical evening speed1
- 4K video streaming
- Video conferencing
- Multiple players gaming online
Plus, we’ll chip in $10/mth towards your internet when you add electricity & gas*
1 Plan suitability confirmed once active. Typical evening speed (7pm-11pm) sampled 1-14 June 2021. Speed may vary due to various factors and confirmed once connected. Fixed Wireless speeds are slower than fixed connections. See About nbn™ Speeds for more info.
Does your energy provider chip in for your internet?
*$10 discount off $65 nbn25 plan with electricity and gas at the same address. $10 discount only available in VIC & NSW. Certain areas only. 25Mbps Typical evening speed (7pm-11pm) sampled 1-14 June 2021. Speed may vary due to various factors and confirmed once connected. Fixed Wireless speeds are slower than fixed connections. See About nbn™ Speeds for more info.
We'll find out what's ready to go at your home and then you choose your plan options
We'll do all the technical stuff, like setting up an installation appointment and shipping your modem.
You'll be all ready to go. And by go, we mean start using the internet to do very important things… like watching Llama videos.
A few more things about nbn™ speed and performance.
During peak times (between 7pm – 11pm) you may experience variations in your speed. This is caused by more people connecting to the internet in your area and a reduced capacity. If you’d like to know what your average speed is during peak times, check your speed tier in the speed descriptions.
where your modem is located
network capacity and network traffic
the nbn technology type at your home
electrical and Wifi interference from other devices
distance from the nbn node or Fixed Wireless tower
We can help you to maximise your nbn™ performance, just give us a call 13 36 36
What does all this technology mean?
Everything you need to know about connecting to nbn™, all in one place.
The broadband operates on fiber, fixed wireless, and satellite technologies. The choice of technology depends on existing network infrastructure and the most suitable option to access the network for each individual home. Read on for a breakdown of the technologies.
Fibre-to-the-Node is the most common type of nbn™ internet connection. Fibre optic cables roll out to a common node in the area, like a nbn™ street cabinet. From the node, existing copper infrastructure finishes the connection to each individual home. This means nothing changes inside your home so in most cases you won’t need an appointment.
Fixed Wireless connects regional areas to faster broadband, without the use of cables. In these instances, fibre is rolled out to nbn™ towers to transmit data wirelessly using 4G LTE technology. Homes using fixed wireless technology have an antenna fitted to the roof, by an approved nbn™ technician, to receive data. We’ll make an installation appointment for you when you sign up with Dodo.
Fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) connections operate on new fibre optic cables connecting homes directly to the nbn™. The connection extends into the home by a device installed by an approved nbn™ technician. We’ll take care of setting up your installation appointment for you.
Fibre-to-the-Building (FTTB) connects multi-dwelling homes like apartment blocks. nbn™ fibre rolls out to a common point, usually inside a building’s communications room or basement, using internal copper wiring to finish the connection to each apartment. Nothing changes inside the home so in most cases you won’t need a nbn™ technician appointment.
Fibre-to-the-curb technology leads to a distribution point in a pit or on a pole near a curb (Kerb in Aussie) on your street. Copper cabling connects to a wall socket inside your house or passes through an apartment building’s main distribution frame, typically in the basement or a communications room. In most cases you won’t need an appointment. You might need a new modem and a nbn™ connection device supplied by us.
Hybrid Fibre Coaxial technology rolls out fibre to a common node in the neighbourhood. From the node, coaxial cable installed by a nbn™ technician, completes the connection to the home. If you have a Foxtel service connected you might not need an installation inside the home so in most cases you won’t need an appointment, but we’ll let you know.