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Phone and Internet Bundles

Thinking of purchasing a phone and internet bundle for your home? This kind of bundle can often result in cheaper costs than if you purchased each service separately.
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With the right bundle, you’ll be able to access all the services you need. You can enjoy everything from super-fast NBN, to the latest streaming services – and all with just one provider. This will help simplify your bills, and may even result in some savings along the way.

Keep reading to discover all the important factors to consider when purchasing your phone and internet bundle.

What’s usually included in a bundle?

This varies greatly, and all depends on what you’re looking for. Some people need extra data, some people want an entertainment package. In general, though, a bundle will usually include:

  • Some sort of data package, such as unlimited data or extra gigabytes
  • Free hardware, including a Wi-Fi modem and all the necessary cabling
  • $0 set up and connection fees

There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to bundling. But you can be sure that whatever your individual needs, at iSelect we’ll do everything we can to help you find the right bundle for you.

Does every provider offer bundles?

Not all providers bundle home and internet plans. In fact, what services are bundled and how much they cost will differ from provider to provider.

What should I know before I commit?

The main thing to remember, is that most internet service providers will expect you to take on a phone or internet bundle for a minimum of 24-months.

If this works for you, then great. You can sit back and enjoy the savings that your bundle delivers, as well as the great services you get with it.

Here are some questions to ask yourself as you decide:

  • Do I rent or own my home?
  • Will my landlord agree to installing the NBN?
  • Am I looking to move to a new house in the next two years?
  • How much data do I need?
  • Do I even need a range of services or am I happy with just broadband?
  • What’s my budget?
  • Am I willing to lock myself into a contract, or do I want some flexibility?
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