What Is nbn Fibre?
Activ8me nbn Fibre is a next generation broadband service capable of speeds much faster than those available though ADSL. The copper phone network which ADSL uses was designed to carry message and voice calls, not transfer large amounts of data which is the main use for the copper network these days.
With speeds up to 100/40Mbps you can download, stream, play and share like never before!
Why Choose Activ8me for Fibre Broadband?
- Competitively Priced Plans
- Large Data Allowances
- Use Your Data Whenever You Want (No peak or off-peak)
- Freedom To Change Your Plan Each Month^
- 100% Aussie Call Centre
- Short Term Contracts
STEP 1 of 4: Select your NBN monthly data allowance
STEP 2 of 4: Select your NBN speed
STEP 3 of 4: Select your plan term
12 Months Plan
Purchase of a Wi-Fi router is optional. If you do not wish to purchase a Wi-Fi router from Activ8me, you will not be charged the ‘Hardware’ cost show in the ‘Your Plan’ section. A $15 equipment delivery fee applies to Wi-Fi router orders.
Step 4 of 4: Customise your phone plan (optional)
Equipment is required to use a VoIP Internet Phone Service. Equipment must be purchased from Activ8me for $95. If you choose a $20 Mobile Call Pack plan on a 12 month contract, the equipment will be $0. A $15 equipment delivery fee applies to VoIP equipment orders.
If you have any questions about nbn Fibre please call our Sales team on 13 22 88 or 1800 20 86 89.
Alternatively, call now on 13 22 88 to check availability and place your order.
Total Minimum Cost: On a 0 Month Contract Term: $138.95 (50GB), $148.95 (250GB), $158.95 (500GB), $168.95 .95 (1,100GB) plus the cost of a speed pack upgrade (if applicable).
On a 12 Month plan term $529.35 (50GB), $649.35 (250GB), $769.35 (500GB), $889.35 (1,100GB) plus the cost of a speed pack upgrade (if applicable).
Speeds listed are nbn potential network maximum speeds. Activ8me manages its network so that there is sufficient capacity to support the quoted speeds. However, actual speeds to individual premises may still vary. Speeds can be affected by the volume of traffic on the general Internet, the number of users online, your equipment, software, and the source of your download. Speeds provided over a Wi-Fi connection may be slower than a direct connected Ethernet connection.
Offers and plans may be changed or withdrawn at any time without notice.