Whether you’re after a fast, reliable internet connection or something that tailors to the whole family, Activenet has plans to suit all kinds of internet usage. Their quality plans feature generous monthly usage limits and options to purchase extra usage at any time. So there’s no prizes for guessing why they took home a 2020 Mozo Experts Choice Award to add to their five awards in 2019.
Activenet is 100% Australian-owned and provides high-quality NBN, Phone, Broadband and Private Network services to business and residential customers. They focus on quality of service, connection and fast speeds of up to 100Mbps.
Plus, Activenet hands the power over to you to choose a plan that suits your internet needs, with options to mix and match a range of contract terms, speeds and data limits. However, depending on which contract you choose, there may be an activation cost.
If there’s only a few people in your household using the internet for things like browsing the web, SD video streaming and sending emails, then Activenet’s back-to-back Mozo Experts Choice Award winning 300GB Fast plan might be the option for you. Fast plans start from $49/month with a typical evening speed of 25Mbps, plus 300GB of data to use and you’ll be able to choose between a 24 month, 12 month or no lock-in contract option.
Looking for an internet plan that will help you get things done quickly? Then listen up, because Activenet’s Faster plan could be the one for you. Starting at $59 a month for 300GB of data, your household will be able to access a typical evening speed of 50Mbps which could suit everything from HD video streaming to playing games or working from home.
Activenet’s Fastest plan is available starting from $79.00 per month on a 24 month contract for 300GB of data. So if very fast, reliable internet is what you’re after, then look no further because you’ll get a speedy 100Mbps typical evening speed which will allow your whole family, (plus some ring-ins) to enjoy browsing the web as well as HD video and music streaming all at the same time.
To sign up with Activenet, head to their website, select your contract term, speed and a data limit between 300GB and unlimited and Activenet will provide you with an overview of your plan, including fees and total minimum charges. All your details can be entered online and completed in just four simple steps. Keep in mind, to be able to set up an NBN plan, your premises needs to be registered as an active dwelling on the NBN Network, but this can be checked during the sign up process.