Netphone allows you to make cheap phone calls through your broadband connection, instead of your phone line (phone lines are so nineties). To make it even better, all your local and standard national calls are included with Netphone.
Step 1: Add NetPhone
|Calls to other Netphone numbers||Included|
|Standard National calls||Included|
|International calls||from 5c per minute|
|Calls to Australian mobiles||29c/min (per 30 second block)|
|1300 and 13 numbers||30c untimed|
Minimum total cost over a 24 month contract on the ADSL2+ Home-1 plan with Netphone plan is $1277.55 ($39.95 monthly broadband plan fee + $79.95 connection fee + $9.95 monthly Netphone fee), plus the cost of calls made/additional features added. Phone line connection fee may apply. This does not include the cost of the modem.Download the VoIP Critical Information Summary
Step 2: Add Call Packs
Cheaper rates on international calls
With Netphone, international calls come with no connection fee and no peak time restrictions – just the same great rates whenever you pick up the phone. Take a look at our International and long distance rates for a full list of international call rates.
Get all your calls to landlines in our top 20 international destinations below included when you add an International Call Pack.
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- South Korea
- Timed international calls are charged per second.
- Calls to mobile numbers are charged per 30 second block.
- Included calls are subject to the Acceptable Use Policy.
For more information, please refer to our Netphone terms, fees & guarantees.
Is this your first time with Netphone?
To get Netphone working on your broadband connection, you'll need:
A phone handset
Netphone works just like a normal phone. To start using it, all you need is a standard phone plugged into your VoIP-enabled broadband modem.
Which means you also need...
A VoIP-enabled broadband modem
Time for a shameless plug: we recommend using a Budii™ modem, because it's easy to set up and plays well with iiNet Broadband, Fibre and iiNet TV with Fetch.
Unless you use...
A VoIP adapter (ATA)
If you're not ready for a VoIP-enabled modem, an ATA device will let you plug in your phone handset for Netphone calls.