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Trustpower Broadband

Trustpower is one of the biggest energy companies in New Zealand. Since 2007, they’ve also offered internet services bundled along with electricity and gas.

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Trustpower has a range of plans that bundle power with wireless broadband, ADSL, VDSL and fibre:

Wireless

60GB: $69/month

120GB: $79/month

300GB: $89/month

All at: 10mbps/1mbps

100GB: ADSL/VDSL/fibre

$84/month – ADSL: 10mbps/1mbps | VDSL: 20mbps/2mbps | fibre: 100mbps/20mbps

Unlimited ADSL/VDSL

ADSL: $94/month – 10mbps/1mbps

VDSL: $94/month – 20mbps/2mbps

Unlimited fibre

$94/month – 100mbps/20mbps

$114/month – 200mbps/20mbps

$134/month – 700-900mbps/400-450mbps

How does Trustpower broadband compare?

The following table is a comparison of standard 12-month broadband plans from NZ providers. All plans are for 100mbps/20mbps plans with no home phone line. Unless indicated as an extra, all include a router, although a $15 one-off delivery fee can apply.

NB: Most deals include early termination fees, should you break your contract early.

Broadband provider

Unlimited Broadband Deal
$ Per Month

MyRepublic

$75

Skinny

$78

Bigpipe

$79

Stuff Fibre

$79.95*

Slingshot

$85*

Now

$85 (+$120 router)

2degrees

$89*

Orcon

$89.95*

Contact

$89.99*

Spark

$90*

Vodafone

$93*

Trustpower

$94* (2-year contract)

* $15 one-off modem delivery fee

What’s the deal with Trustpower broadband?

Trust Power has the most expensive 100mbps/20mbps plan, especially when you consider it only applies to a fixed, two-year power bundle. But Trustpower does offer a wide range of sign-up bonuses:

  • $50 account credit for online sign-ups
  • 12-month half-price broadband, with an eligible power and broadband bundle
    for a 24-month term
  • Range of joining rewards, including fridges, TVs and washing machines
  • Duel-fuel discounts on gas and electricity

To help Kiwi consumers choose the best broadband providers, Canstar surveys thousands of broadband customers and asks them to score their providers across categories including Value for Money, Network Performance and Customer Service. To read the results of our full research and to find out more about NZ’s best broadband providers, just click on the big button below:

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