nbn® is made for more speed

Choose an nbn® speed tier below before speaking to a provider

We have a range of speed tiers designed to suit different households' needs, whether you have multiple people streaming content at once, people working from home, or you simply like using the internet to email friends or send photos.^

For more information, check out our speed tiers below. The speed tiers that are available to you depends on your access technology and the plans your phone and internet provider offers. This useful guide will help you when you talk to a provider about your needs and what speed tiers are available at your location.

Home Basic I

Ideal for premises with basic needs.

Designed for:

  • Emailing 
  • Making phone calls

Home Basic II

Ideal for households with one or two users online. 

Designed for:

  • Browsing the internet
  •  Sending emails  
  • Standard definition (SD) video streaming

Home Standard

Ideal for households with three or four users and devices. 

Designed for:

  • High-definition (HD) streaming 
  • Downloading files
  • Playing games online
  • Working from home

Home Fast

Ideal for households with five or more users and devices.

Designed for:

  • 4K video streaming
  • Downloading large files
  • Using multiple devices online at the same time
  • Playing games online
  • Working from home

Fast Pro

Ideal for people running a business out of their home, with higher upload speeds than Home Fast.

Designed for:

  • Home businesses, and people working from home, looking for faster upload speeds
  • Downloading large files
  • Faster uploading of larger files
  • Using multiple devices online at the same time

Home Superfast

Ideal for households with five or more users and devices, using data-heavy apps. 

Designed for: 

  • Concurrent 4K and 8K video streaming
  • Faster downloading of large files 
  • Using multiple devices online at the same time

Home Ultrafast

Ideal for households looking for another level of experience and ultrafast connectivity. 

Designed for: 

  • Concurrent 4K and 8K video streaming
  • Using multiple devices online at the same time
  • Faster downloading and uploading of large files
  • Helping prepare your premises for the new wave of digital technologies that may soon be seen as standard in Australia 
Learn about factors that may impact your experience

More speed options for more people

As part of our ongoing commitment to improve and evolve the nbn® network, around 8 million premises, or up to 75% of the Fixed Line network, are expected to be able to access plans based on our highest wholesale speed tiers by the end of 2023.

Register for news and updates below – if your premises becomes eligible we’ll send you relevant information around upgrading your connection.


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Chat to your preferred phone and internet provider about the speed plan that suits your needs today. You can also talk to them about whether there are upgrade opportunities at your location.

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^ Your experience, including the speeds actually achieved over the nbn™ network, depends on the nbn™ access technology and configuration over which services are delivered to your premises, whether you are using the internet during the busy period, and some factors outside of nbn’s control (like your equipment quality, software, chosen broadband plan or how your provider designs its network). For nbn™ Fixed Wireless, speeds may also be impacted by the number of concurrent users on the nbn™ Fixed Wireless network, including during busy periods. For nbn™ Satellite, end customers may also experience latency.