Kogan are the latest company to come to the NBN offering party.
They have 3 different speeds/plans and here is what they look like.
The main thing to note with Kogan’s NBN plans is that they do not allow a BYO modem. You have to pay a $69 upfront modem charge with all of their plans.
GetNBN.com.au have a good article comparing Kogan’s plans with some of the other NBN ISPs in the same price range. You can read it here.
Kogan are also throwing down the gauntlet to the big NBN providers. Matthew Lobb, General Manager Fixed Broadband at Vodafone Australia said “For far too long Australians have had to put up with incumbent ISP’s who are more interested in maintaining the status quo than delivering better broadband. We believe more competition is always better for Australian broadband consumers and are proud to support it,” and “Following the success of Kogan Mobile in providing more competitive and affordable mobile phone plans, we are excited to expand our partnership to launch Kogan nbn™.”
You can take a look at the Kogan NBN offering here.