Our Plans

Normally $65
NBN Basic (12/1)

Get Unlimited Data on the nbn™

(No Lock-in Contract Internet)

$60/mth*

Basic (12/1) subscription has a speed of up to a maximum of 12 Mbps for downloading and up to 1 Mbps for uploading. Typical evening speed between (7PM – 11PM) of 11 Mbps for downloading into the home.

Suitable for the following activities:
  • Streaming videos

  • Surfing the web

  • Email & social media

Normally $75
NBN Turbo (50/20)

Get Unlimited Data on the nbn™

(No Lock-in Contract Internet)

$70/mth*

Turbo (50/20) subscription has a speed of up to a maximum of 50 Mbps for downloading and up to 20 Mbps for uploading. Typical evening speed between (7PM – 11PM) of 42 Mbps for downloading into the home.

Suitable for the following activities:
  • Streaming HD videos

  • Downloading large files

  • Online gaming

Normally $95
NBN Max (100/40)

Get Unlimited Data on the nbn™

(No Lock-in Contract Internet)

$90/mth*

Max (100/40) subscription has a speed of up to a maximum of 100 Mbps for downloading and up to 40 Mbps for uploading. Typical evening speed between (7PM – 11PM) of 68 Mbps for downloading into the home.

Suitable for the following activities:
  • Stream 4K Videos

  • Uploading files

  • Responsive online gaming

about our modem

D-Link DVA 2800 – $129.95 (plus $20 delivery within 2-5 days)

Normally $329.95, we’re offering a $200 discount on our optional pre-configured D-Link modem with each of our nbn plans. With a consumer rating of 4.4 stars, the D-Link DVA 2800 modem is a high quality nbn-ready modem at a great price. In fact we guarantee if you find a lower priced D-Link DVA 2800 modem, we will not only match it, we’ll beat it by 5%!.

key features

Built-in ADSL2+/VDSL2 Modem

Can be used with all DSL services for universal connectivity

AC1600 Wi-Fi

Connect devices to your Wi-Fi network with speeds of up to 1600Mbps

Dual Band

Two Wi-Fi bands (2.4GHz and 5GHz) allow you to connect more devices,
with less interference

NBN / UFB Ready

With VDSL functionality, Gigabit Ethernet WAN port and VLAn tagging, you can connect directly to the NBN in Australia and UFB in New Zealand

VoIP Enabled

Connect up to two phones to the back of your DVA-2800 to make VoIP calls over the Internet
NOTE: To use the VoIP capability of this device, you will need to obtain your VoIP account settings from your Service Provider

Gigabit Ethernet

1 x Gigabit WAN port and 4 x Gigabit LAN ports

Two USB 2.0 ports

For sharing files across your network

 

The TalkBox2800 – Dual Band Wireless AC1600 Gigabit ADSL2+/VDSL2 Modem Router with VoIP provides excellent wireless speed – up to 1600Mbps – for flawless video streaming to multiple devices.

  • ​​​​​​Built-in ADSL2+/VDSL2 Modem Connect to your ADSL2+/VDSL2 broadband Internet service without the need for an additional modem.
  • Wi-Fi AC1600 Speeds  (up to 300Mbps + 1300Mbps)
  • Connect Wired Devices 1 x Gigabit WAN port and 4 x Gigabit LAN ports
  • VoIP Enabled Connect up to two phones to makes VoIP calls over the Internet
  • 2 x USB 2.0 Ports Connect to USB Storage or Printers
  • Advanced Security Advanced WPA2 encryption
  • Wi-Fi Guest Network Separate guest network for convenience and additional security
  • Easy Setup Intelligent and intuitive browser wizard – No CD or software required
  • NBN / UFB Ready Supports VLAN Tagging.

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WHAT DOES THE NATIONAL BROADBAND NETWORK MEAN TO ME?

MULTIPLE DEVICES

A better experience for everyone at home sharing multiple devices online at the same time

FUTURE PROOF

A network purpose-built for the 21st century

RELIABLE INTERNET SERVICE

nbn™ internet speeds faster and more reliable than ADSL providing a better user experience

SPEED FLEXIBILITY

With Falcon, there are no plan change fees and no lock-in contracts so you can change your nbn™ Speed Plan at anytime

CONNECTING TO THE nbn™ WITH
FALCON IS AS EASY AS 1, 2, 3!

1

CHECK YOUR ADDRESS & SIGN UP ONLINE

Enter your address and see if you can nbn™ at your address. If you address is nbn™ ready, choose a plan, enter your details and sign up online with ease.

2

GET CONNECTED ON THE NBN™

Sit back & relax as we'll look after the nbn™ arrangements for you. If an NBN Co technician is required we’ll send one out to get you setup

3

SIT BACK & ENJOY SUPERFAST NBN™ WITH FALCON

Setup your modem, get online and enjoy stress free streaming & fast internet on the nbn™

TYPES OF NBN™

The National Broadband Network (nbn™) comes in different forms depending on where you live. The seven types of nbn™ are Fibre to the Premise (FTTP), Fibre to the Node (FTTN), Fibre to the Basement (FTTB), Fibre to the Curb (FTTC), Hybrid Fibre Co-Axial (HFC or Cable), Fixed Wireless and Satellite (Sky Muster). Falcon Internet offers Fibre, FTTN, FTTB, FTTC, Cable and Fixed Wireless. Satellite is not available from Falcon Internet.

What is nbn™ Fibre?

nbn™ Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) or “fibre to the home” is Internet that reaches you via fibre-optic cable laid either in the ground or coming to your home via overhead lines. Most nbn™ Fibre connections will have a new fibre-optic cable run right up to the premises.

What is nbn™ Fibre to the Node, Basement or Curb?

nbn™ Fibre to the Node (FTTN) or Basement (FTTB) or Curb (FTTC) uses a mix of fibre-optic cables and existing copper infrastructure to connect you to the Internet. FTTN involves running fibre-optic cables to your neighbourhood node and using existing copper wires to connect your home. FTTB runs fibre all the way to the basement of an apartment building and uses the existing in-building copper wires to connect your apartment. FTTC involves running fibre-optic cables to your street curb and using existing copper wires to connect your home.

What is nbn™ Fixed Wireless?

Sometimes nbn™ Fibre can’t be connected to a home and the final leg of the nbn™ journey is wireless. A fibre-optic cable is run to a local transmission tower and then a wireless signal is aimed at an antenna fitted to your roof. nbn™ Fixed Wireless delivers a more stable service than mobile broadband. nbn™ Fixed Wireless is built to service a predictable number of users, who are not changing location. With broadband over a mobile network, the number of users is unpredictable.

What is nbn™ Cable?

nbn™ Cable or Hybrid Fibre Co-Axial (HFC) uses a mix of fibre-optic cables and existing Cable TV wires to connect you to the Internet.

How much can I save on nbn™

nbn™ ROLLOUT – WHEN WILL I GET nbn™?

The whole of Australia is getting connected to the nbn™. Every week the nbn™ connects more homes and businesses to the nbn™ network. You’ll get plenty of notice of when the nbn™ is coming to your area however, if you’re keen to keep up, take a look at the rollout map for details.