$0 Fibre Upgrade Offer Terms
The $0 Fibre Upgrade Offer allows eligible existing and new residential NBN customers to upgrade to NBN Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) (“Upgrade Offer”) when registering for selected NBN plans (“Eligible Plans”). These terms and conditions apply specifically to the Upgrade Offer. Other terms and conditions relevant to your service are available here.
Upgrade Offer is only available at addresses determined to be eligible by NBN Co. Premises must already have an existing NBN FTTN or FTTC connection.
NBN Co determines which premises are eligible for upgrade and whether the required installation is standard or non-standard. The Upgrade Offer is only available for standard installation. Non-standard installation may be subject to additional costs charged by NBN Co.
The Eligible Plans for the Upgrade Offer are the iiNet NBN100, iiNet NBN Superfast and iiNet NBN Ultrafast plan (critical information summary).
Upgrade requires a NBN-approved technician to undertake works and install new NBN equipment inside and outside of the premises. Standard installation process requires two visits.
Standard installations are completed by NBN Co without charge to you. NBN Co may require you to pay additional charges to proceed with a non-standard installation. Non-standard installation includes where the installation is unusual, complex, difficult, or there are safety issues, or where the installation is to a point that is not the closest and most direct path from the street.
During the first visit, the technician will assess your premises. Safe access is required to the exterior of your premises, although you do not need to be at home. Installation may be delayed if suitable access is not available.
The second visit requires access to the exterior and interior of your premises. You, or a person over the age of 18, must be at home during this visit. Installation may take three (or more) hours to complete, depending on complexity.
The NBN-approved technician will determine the optimal location for installation and advise on what works are required. Installation works may include drilling through external or internal walls and require access to underfloor, wall or roof cavity spaces. Installation must be near a power source in a cool, dry, ventilated area. Installation may require to be at a different location from pre-existing FTTN/C or other NBN equipment. You are responsible for any further internal works (for example, home network ethernet cabling) beyond installation of the NBN FTTP Network Termination Device.
You must have the owner’s permission in writing for the installation if you are not the owner of the premises.
After installation, you are responsible for connecting or reconfiguring the modem or phone to the NBN FTTP Network Termination Device. When connecting to your new service, you may experience a short delay before you are able to connect (approximately 30 minutes on average).
NBN Co advises that a standard installation should be complete within the following periods:
19 business days
25 business days
Rural and remote
24 business days
29 business days
These service levels are provided for information only and are not guaranteed by NBN Co.
While you are waiting for your upgrade installation, we will provide you with an interim NBN100 service ( critical information summary). You will be required to register for this interim service at the same time as registering for the Upgrade Offer.
As your interim service is on a NBN FTTN/B/C connection, we’ll inform you of your maximum attainable line speed for your service once we receive this information from NBN after activation. If the maximum line speed at your address doesn’t support the speed tier of your interim plan (NBN100), we will provide you with a pro-rated credit for the difference between the interim plan you have paid for and the closest plan your maximum attainable line speed can support. As your service is being upgraded to FTTP, no plan downgrade or cancellation option will be available to you.
For all customers, the actual speeds you experience will vary due to many factors which are explained here.
One month plan fee is charged upfront for your interim NBN service when you register. The first month plan fee for your new NBN FTTP service is then also charged upfront. On activation of the new NBN FTTP service, a pro-rated credit will be applied for any unused monthly plan fees paid for the existing FTTN/C or interim NBN service.
Please contact us if you do not wish for your interim NBN service to be automatically cancelled (for example, where you wish to have ongoing access while you complete your own internal cabling works).
Disconnection of your existing service
If you have an existing FTTN or FTTC service provided by us, this will be automatically disconnected once your new NBN FTTP service is activated and your modem is successfully connected.
If you are unable to connect to your new NBN FTTP service and a fault with the service is detected, you may contact us to pause the disconnection of your existing service until the issue is resolved.
Important: if you do not connect to your new NBN FTTP service within seven days of installation, and we are unable to detect a fault, your existing service will be cancelled, and we will start billing for the new service.
If you have any difficulty connecting to your new NBN FTTP service, please contact Technical Support on 13 22 58.
If your existing service is supplied by another provider, you are responsible for cancelling that service with your old provider once your interim NBN FTTN/C service is activated.
A compatible high-speed modem is required to achieve optimal performance with your new NBN FTTP service. You can find information about the technical requirements your modem must meet here.
You can choose to use a iiNet-supplied NBN modem for $0 when you stay connected to your NBN service for 24 months. If you cancel the service earlier than 24 months, a fee applies. The fee is $8 per remaining month (maximum payable is $192). $10 delivery fee also applies.