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Connect to nbn® 50 with Home Everyday

Get unlimited data with speeds of up to 50 Mbps, and stream, surf and download at home, all with the nbn® 50 plan

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Budget friendly nbn® 50

nbn® 50 plans, also known as the Home Everyday plan, is an affordable option for households of around two to four people, or those with less intensive demands on the internet.

Our nbn® 50 speed offers download speeds of up to 50 Mbps, and upload speeds of up to 20 Mbps to keep you moving online.

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nbn® 50 speed

nbn® 50 unlimited plans are fast enough for almost everything you do online.

Streaming services such as Netflix only require 5 Mbps for streaming full HD content and up to 20 Mbps for 4K content, so 50 Mbps nbn® plans are more than enough.

And when it comes to gaming, you’ll find 50/20 nbn® plans offer plenty of both upload and download speed for reliable online play. You’ll be able to keep up with your opponents and download updates and patches as you need.

Can I get an nbn® 50 plan?

Right now, everyone on the nbn® can connect to an nbn® 50 plan, regardless of what technology you’re on. Compare nbn® 50 plans to nbn® 25 plans to see just how much faster your online experience could be, and contact us to connect today.

Do you need help comparing plans? You can call our team on 1300 66 55 75 or email us using the contact form on this page and we would be glad to help!

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nbn® 50 plans FAQs

What is nbn® 50?

nbn® 50 is an internet connection plan on the nbn that gives download speeds of up to 50 Mbps and a maximum upload speed of 20 Mbps. This plan is a great choice for households of up to four average internet users.

What does nbn® 50 mean?

nbn® 50/20 refers to the maximum download speed (50 Mbps) and upload speed (20 Mbps) offered on this plan.

Is nbn® 50 fast enough?

The 50 Mbps speed is good enough for most households of around four users. It can handle multiple devices streaming, browsing and gaming simultaneously. In fact, many people consider nbn® 50 to be the best bang for buck for an average to large household.

Is nbn® 50 good for gaming?

Online gaming actually requires a lot less internet speed than you might think. Different games obviously have different speed requirements, but an nbn® 50 plan will be fast enough to reliably play even the biggest games.

What is the difference between 50 and 100 Mbps nbn®?

The obvious difference between 50 Mbps plans and 100 Mbps plans is the download speed: 100 Mbps offers twice the maximum download speed of 50 Mbps plans.

For households of five or more users, this may improve internet speeds and reliability, but for households smaller than that, you may not see much difference. Interestingly, many 50 Mbps and 100 Mbps plans actually offer the same max upload speed of 20 Mbps (some 100 plans offer up to 40 Mbps).

What is the average speed of nbn® 50?

According to the ACCC, the average NBN download speeds during busy hours for 50 Mbps plans is 48.5 Mbps – extremely close to the advertised speed.

Is 50 Mbps fast enough for Netflix?

Yes, 50 Mbps is more than fast enough for Netflix. The streaming service recommends a minimum speed of 3 Mbps for SD quality (standard definition), 5 Mbps for HD quality (high definition), and 25 Mbps for streaming in Ultra HD (or 4K).

Do I need more than 50Mbps?

If you have a household of more than five simultaneous users, or have heavy internet demands, you may want to upgrade to a 100 Mbps plan. Our no-lock-in contracts mean you can upgrade to a faster speed tier at any time.

Can 50 Mbps stream 4K?

Yes, you should be able to stream 4K content on at least two devices simultaneously.

Is 50 Mbps fast enough for Zoom?

Absolutely. In fact, Zoom requires just 0.6 to 1.5 Mbps of upload and download speed to make a group call. Different types of calls, how many people are on it, different levels of video quality and whether you’re screen sharing or not will determine what speed you need, but at a maximum you can expect to need about 4 Mbps.

Is 50 Mbps enough to work from home?

Yes, you could easily have two people working from home on a 50 Mbps plan. You’ll be able to Zoom, upload and download, send files, research and multitask with ease on a 50 Mbps plan.

nbn® 50 plans – still have questions?

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