Access the internet from anywhere you can find a phone line – no fixed locations or coverage areas. Just plug in your modem and 'dial up' our national access number to get online. An oldie, but still a goodie.
|Hourly Dialup||Unlimited Dialup|
|Monthly plan cost||
|Included hours||60 per month||Unlimited|
$1 per hour (max 10 hrs charged)
$1 per hour (max 20 hrs charged)
|Total monthly cost||
All iiNet dialup plans come with
for your own website
5 email addresses
with Webmail or download access
Complimentary email protection
against virus & spam threats
No cut-off time
Stay on for as long as you want
24/7 customer service
Support when you need it most.
One national dialup number
Connect for the cost of a local call
What our customers are saying
"Once again I can not fault your service. You bring back the true meaning of customer service. I have had nothing but great response from your team. Congratulations."Nadia - 8 June 2015
"Still can't fault the service, setting the bar for Australia! Well done iiNet!"Monika - 20 June 2015
"Luke went above and beyond to resolve my issues connecting my router to my fibre plan. Very dedicated to helping customers and extremely professional. His customer service alone would make me recommend iiNet to friends and family."Kathleen - 29 May 2015
- Our dialup plans come with no cut-off time, giving you control over how long you stay connected, regardless of how much data is uploaded and downloaded at any given time.
- The included anti-spam and anti-virus protection are server level email-only filters that protect iiNet email accounts only. We recommend using a desktop anti-virus or separate internet security application to protect your computer system and home network from other means of infection.
For more information, please refer to our Dialup terms, fees & guarantees.
Get online easily with Dialup
To connect your dialup, you'll need:
An active phone landline (so your dialup modem can find the internet).
This is the guy that connects you to the internet through your phone line. Some computers come with internal modems that live inside your computer; others come as an external box that plugs into your computer at one end and the phone at the other.