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What to expect from iiNet NBN speeds Speed Tier Max Download Speed iiNet’s Typical Evening Speed* NBN12 Liimitless 12Mbps 12Mbps NBN25 Liimitless 25Mbps 25Mbps NBN50 Liimitless 50Mbps 50Mbps NBN100 Liimitless 100Mbps 90MbpsWhat's the average download speed of the NBN?
As of 20 June 2018, iiNet advertises the following speeds for NBN™ FTTP, FTTB, FTTN, FTTC & HFC services: Basic: Typical evening speed 9.6Mbps download. Standard: Typical evening speed 19.2Mbps download. Standard Plus: Typical evening speed 46.0Mbps download.What's the price of the iiNet NBN 50 plan?
Recently we have upgraded our NBN 25 plan to NBN Fibre Liimitless Turbo Incl LN Calls Local & Standard National (nbn50) 42.8Mbps* $79.99 Liimitless. Today we have received invitation from iiNet: “we’ve started selling our new NBN50 plans at the same price as our old NBN25 plans! ” Our old plan was $69.99. Please explain! Leo Yarnoldsays:What's the difference between NBN basic and NBN boost?
We now clearly state the speed ranges customers should experience on each NBN™ speed tier, as follows: Basic: Between 5 – 12Mbps download, 1Mbps upload. Boost: Between 5 – 25Mbps download, 1 – 5Mbps upload. MAX: Between 12 – 100Mbps downloads,...