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- Award Winner 2022
With a focus on personalised Australian service and a contract-free business model, Launtel has won over many customers who crave the convenience of fast-speed internet with no lock-in contracts.
- Transparency 4.9 (817)
- Award Winner 2021
Australian-based Mint Telecom provides three main services, which are Internet - NBN services, Hosted PBX and Sip Trunks, and Audio Conferencing solutions.
- Transparency 4.9 (205)
Australia Online has been proudly Australian owned and staffed since its inception. The company’s main area of business is to provide excellent local internet service to Australians.
- Transparency 4.9 (88)
- Award Winner 2022
With over 16 years in the business, Aussie Broadband has been providing people all over the country with high-speed internet through a variety of nbn™ plans suited to different kinds of users.
Enova Community Energy prides itself on being a progressive, environmentally friendly energy company that refrains from using coal, oil or gas energy sources, focussing only on renewable energy.
Latest review: Had my account for two years,, never had issues. Moved to temp accommodation one phone call, then moved interstate and technician very polite and patient. Sorted in one call. Highly
Latest review: Adam was extremely helpful and patient and fixed my problem promptly, guiding me through steps with much patience.We were experiencing phone and issues and took the follow up and fixed
Latest review: Harnie so helpful and wiling to support all of my issues. I want to correct my name on my billing and add my partner's name as well. I really appreciate
Latest review: Aussie Broadband have absolutely the BEST deals on mobile phones! My friend bought a Samsung Galaxy A12 phone for $23 a month! (36 payments) That includes the handset AND the phone plan! Where else
NBN provider Tangerine Telecom offers a variety of plans to suit different internet needs, as well as sim-only mobile plans.
- Award Winner 2022
Latest review: My connection for the 50/20 plan did not report 50 down for majority of the time. It mostly hovered around high 30's to low 40's. Drop outs did occur, but the frustrating part was latency network
Latest review: The connection has suffered a few faults which have been NBN issues not internode. Occasionally some slowness of service but generally no issues. Dealing with Internode has always been good.
Latest review: Been with future broadband for 2 months now. So far so good. Using TPG as their upstream and told "business service" has proved true so far. Less latency variance compared to AussieBroadband. My
Latest review: Don't be deceived by the One Big Switch discounts. I was given 26% off electricity pay on time. Within a quarter, the rates including usage charges had gone up and eroded all that discounts: Here it
More Telecom offers nbn plans, sim-only mobile plans, and a range of business-grade internet and phone solutions to Australians.
Latest review: I'm content with my connection. I get drop outs but I got dropouts with other carriers too so that is a problem caused by the liberal's screw up on the NBN. But if you are going to get an NBN
Latest review: My internet here has random distribution dropouts. But its pretty good normally. But everytime I have had a dropout I spoke to the best customer service people. I have to say that Harbour Isp have
Latest review: Speed is decent for whar you pay, but a lot of outages keep happening evey now abd then, I am in 3029 postcode, and its been over 24 hours that there is outage, I have the internet provider of
Latest review: Me and my partner moved recently into a new apartment, the modem and everything was already installed when we were here, they quoted to pay $200 fee since it’s our first time with occom and our plan w