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Find The Best Broadband Plan For You

Are you trying to decide which internet plan or provider is right for you? And how do you rate the service you’ve got compared to what you could get?

Even with broadband becoming more available with the Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) rollout, there are still Kiwis on the slower existing ADSL and VDSL broadband connections. So which technology can you choose and what internet plan provides the best data and speed network performance and customer service you need?
New Zealand offers a wide range of internet providers, plans, packages, options, bundles and broadband technologies or connections. From old technology like ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+, VDSL and cable to the Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB), sometimes its hard to know which service is available and which plan will suit your needs.
At CompareBear we’ve got most of New Zealand's most prominent internet providers to choose from as well as the smaller ISP’s, who are newer and often more nimble than the established providers. Those smaller starters will usually offer you better prices for data, but the more prominent brands have more comprehensive support, bundles or internet packages.

Why Change Your Internet Service Provider?

These are the several reasons you or your household may consider shifting to another internet supplier.

Are you looking for a cheaper broadband plan?

You would be suprised how much money you can save and get a better broadband deal when you shop around.

How much broadband data do you need?

Majority are switching to unlimited broadband plans, which means you don't have to worry about going over the data limit.

How fast do you want your internet speed to be?

Faster internet speed may come at a higher price, however has more benefits.

Do you need a landline?

Usage of internet with landline is decreasing annualy, as Kiwis choose to use mobile phones instead.

Should you get Fibre Broadband?

The short answer is yes, so if your house can get it, then you definitely should. It is the future of New Zealand.

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Exclusive Offer!
Unlimited Fibre 100, VDSL or ADSL Broadband
Pay from $42.98/month
for 6 months, then from $84.95 /month. 12 month contract.
Offer Expires: 30 Nov 2018