Stuff Fibre Broadband Review

Once part of the news-media company Stuff, Stuff Fibre is now owned by Vocus, the same company that owns Slingshot and Orcon.

Stuff Fibre offers a concise range of unlimited fibre plans:

Unlimited 100mbps/20mbps Base Plans

No contract: $94.95/month (+49.50 set-up fee)

12-month contract: $84.95/month

24-month contract: $84.95/month

Unlimited 950mbps/500mbps Boost Plans

No contract: $109.95/month (+49.50 set-up fee)

12-month contract: $94.95/month

24-month contract: $94.95/month


  • Current offer gives four months half-price on 12-month contract, and six months half-price on 24-month contract
  • Voice App so you can answer your home phone on your mobile for $10/month
  • Optional high-end router for $299

How does Stuff Fibre broadband compare?

All plans are for 100mbps/20mbps with no home phone line. Unless indicated as an extra, all include a router, although a $15 one-off delivery fee can apply. It’s worth noting that most deals also include early termination fees, should you break your contract early.

Broadband provider

Unlimited Broadband Deal
$ Per Month



(special offer: 6 months free
on 12-month contract)







Stuff Fibre









$85 (+$120 router)



Nova Energy





$94 (2-year contract)

* $15 one-off modem delivery fee / **Only available as part of a power bundle (Prices correct as of 20/10/21)

What’s the deal with a Stuff Fibre broadband?

Stuff Fibre offers great value on its 100mbps/20mbps base plans. But perhaps the best available value comes from paying the extra $10 per month for its Boost plan’s 950mbps/500mbps fibre connection, which at just under $90 per month is a great deal.

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