If you can’t get fibre at your home, but have a 4G signal, wireless broadband is the next best thing. And at just $65 for an uncapped plan, Skinny’s new wireless broadband plan is great value for money.
The new plan is the largest of Skinny’s three wireless broadband plans, which all use the Spark 4G network:
|Plan||Monthly data||Download/Upload||Cost (per month)*|
|60GB Wireless 4G Broadband||60GB||4G/4G||$39|
|120GB Wireless 4G Broadband||120GB||4G/4G||$49|
|Uncapped Wireless 4G Broadband||Uncapped||4G/4G||$65|
Skinny’s Unlimited Wireless Deal
While the new $65 is the cheapest wireless deal in the market, and comes with a 30-day money-back network guarantee, there are some considerations to bear in mind:
- Skinny wireless 4G broadband is only available in certain areas within the Spark 4G coverage area
- To connect on the plan, you’re required to use a Skinny 4G modem, which costs a one-off $99
- Connection speeds should be higher than ADSL broadband but generally slower than fibre
- A Fair Use clause means you cannot use the service in a way that is overly excessive or unreasonable
For more information on wireless broadband, check out our story: Wireless Broadband: Is it Right for Your Household? Or for more details on Skinny’s range of broadband plans, click here.
Compare broadband providers with Canstar
For a clearer picture of broadband providers in NZ, Canstar Blue rates all the providers in the market annually. We survey thousands of broadband customers and ask them to score their providers across categories including Value for Money, Network Performance and Customer Service.
Canstar Blue’s 2020 review of NZ internet providers compares NOW, 2degrees, Bigpipe, Contact, MyRepublic, Orcon, Skinny, Slingshot, Spark, Stuff Fibre, Trustpower, Vodafone and Voyager, and awards the best our 5 Star rating:
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Canstar Blue NZ Research finalised in March 2020, published in April 2020.
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