Published: January 2017
When renting you want to ensure you have the right internet plan. Usually this means having questions answered about flexibility of contract, speed, low cost, and hardware- choosing the plan that is best for you!
Don’t know how long you’re going to be in the one place? It sounds like you’re looking for flexibility. One of the first questions renters should be asking is how long the contract lasts for. When looking for the right broadband plan, short-term or month-to-month agreements are best for this situation, ensuring you don’t get tied down and begin to pay additional fees.
Whether you’re working from home during the day or looking forward to a night of disruption-free netflix (and chill?), the reality is that fast internet speed is crucial for the day-to-day life of millions of people .
Australia’s internet speed has been a huge topic of debate for several years, leading to the introduction of the National Broadband Network after ranking 56th for internet speed in the world.
If the suburb you’re renting in has the nbn™ connected already, make sure you take advantage of it and look into our nbn™ Bundles.
As a renter you have enough ongoing costs, so an expensive internet plan is the last place you want to see your money disappearing to. To get the most out of what you pay, ensure that your internet provider includes unlimited data in their fixed or month-to-month contracts.
Unlimited data is especially important if you are in a shared house, so there isn’t any arguments on who used all the data!
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We understand that the needs of renters are different to owner occupiers, and you shouldn’t be punished for that. After all, there’s so many renters! Get in touch with MyRepublic today, and choose the best plan for you!