Australia's Fastest NBN Providers According To Old Mate ACCC

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Last week the ACCC released its most recent real-world NBN speed report, and it looks like TPG is the leader of the pack.

And in another spot of good news, the results across the board weren't too bleak.

The report confirmed that Aussie NBN providers are now serving up between 80.4% and 86.7% of maximum plan speeds during peak usage hours, which falls between 7pm and 11pm.

It contains data samples from nine of Australia's ISPs, with TPG once again reigning supreme. The company is managing to hit 86.7% of its plans max speeds during the busy evening period.

Overall Overall excluding under
performing connections
Peak hours
Aussie Broadband 86.6% 90.0% 85.3%
Dodo 82.2% 88.1% 80.4%
Exetel 85.1% 87.3% 82.8%
iiNet 85.3% 90.7% 84.2%
iPrimus 82.2% 88.1% 80.4%
MyRepublic 85.1% 91.2% 84.8%
Optus 86.7% 91% 85.5%
Telstra 84.2% 91.1% 83.1%
TPG 87.6% 91.5% 86.7%

Of course, this data isn't full proof. With a relatively small sample size there is room for error. However, it still provides us with quite a decent idea of how Australian broadband is doing during peak times.

Here are some of the current high-speed plans that the top ISPs are offering right now:

NBN 100


NBN 50

[ACCC]


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