With so many different broadband plans out there, it can be overwhelming and hard to choose the right plan. We take a look at some of the most popular plans available in New Zealand. The glimp broadband comparison tool categorises internet users into four categories: light internet users, moderate users, heavy users and extreme users.
In terms of prices, most broadband plans offered in New Zealand are fairly similar with only slight differences. We’ll take a look at some of the top providers in New Zealand and what packages they offer. *NB these broadband packages can be subject to change so use our tool to get the most updated information.
Spark offers three data plans for 60GB, 120GB and unlimited broadband, and depending on your area you have the option of ADSL or Ultra Fibre speeds. Spark also offers additional addons such as Netflix and Lightbox when you sign up to certain contracts.
Vodafone offers broadband deals with and without a landline. For the naked broadband plans (no landline) they have four options available. Basic home, Everyday Home, Ultimate Home and Smart Connect. They are currently running a promotion where you can receive the first three months free if you sign up to one of their Smart Connect or Ultimate Home contracts.
MyRepublic was the first provider of fibre internet in New Zealand. They offer a range of unlimited broadband packages at competitive rates. Their unlimited broadband plans are available at VDSL, Fibre 100 or ultra-fast fibre pro speeds. Their average speed was ranked #1 on the Netflix ISP Speed Index test.
Slingshot also offers three streamlined packages for 100GB, 150GB and unlimited data. The speeds are also standard broadband and ultra-fast fibre. Prices start from $59.95/month and there are many addons available to tailor the plan for your needs.
Orcon has similar plans starting from $79.95/month which are available in both standard broadband and ultra-fibre speeds. Depending on the plan you sign up for you can get some free goodies such as an Apple TV or Xbox One.
Trustpower has plans starting from $80/month for both standard broadband and ultra-fast broadband. For long terms signups they offer 6 months free broadband or other free packages such as NEON and Fan Pass.
Many New Zealand broadband providers offer similar deals in terms of pricing and speed plans. Finding the best deal for your household can depend on a number of factors such as monthly usage and where you live. Use the free glimp online tool to find the best unlimited broadband plans based on your location, usage requirements and speed requirements.
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