Optus’ 5G Home Internet Plans Are Pretty Decent

Earlier today, Optus lifted the lid on their much anticipated 5G Home Broadband plans.

Scheduled to launch to a small pool of suburbs by March 2019, Optus’ 5G Home Broadband service will cost $70 per month (with contract or month to month options), provide unlimited data as well as 50Mbps Satisfaction Guarantee (which isn’t too shabby at all).

With Australian internet still struggling (I’ve had no form of home broadband for 18 months now), no doubt a lot of Aussies will be taking advantage of this as soon as it’s available.

It’ll be rolling out to most states in March 2019, but Optus will keep rolling out suburbs as the months roll on.

So far, these are the suburbs eligible. If you’re in a suburb, you can head here to register. 

NSW

  • Bidwill
  • Blackett
  • Bonnyrigg
  • Daleys Point
  • Dharruk
  • Emerton
  • Glendenning
  • Koolewong
  • Lethbridge Park
  • Minchinbury
  • Niagara Park
  • Phegans Bay
  • Richmond Lowlands
  • Shalvey
  • Springfield
  • St Huberts Island
  • St Johns Park
  • Tascott
  • Tregear
  • Warriewood
  • Warwick Farm
  • Woy Woy Bay
  • Yattalunga

QLD:

  • Auchenflower
  • Bellbird Park
  • Brookwater
  • Burpengary
  • Camira
  • Clayfield
  • Gailes
  • Goodna
  • Kallangur
  • Kenmore
  • Kenmore Hills
  • Macgregor
  • Newmarket

ACT: 

  • Campbell
  • Dickson
  • Franklin
  • Harrison
  • Mitchell
  • Russell
  • Wanniassa
  • Weetangera

SA:

  • Old Reynella
  • Reynella East
  • Trott Park

WA:

  • Bellevue
  • City Beach
  • Eden Hill
  • Henderson
  • Hilton
  • Kiara
  • Lockridge
  • Midland
  • Mosman Park
  • Orange Grove
  • South Guildford
  • Wattleup
  • White Gum Valley
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