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iiNet Speed Test

The iiNet internet speed test is a free tool to check your internet performance including upload and download speed as well as the ping and jitter.

How to Use the iiNet Speed Test Tool?

The iiNet internet speed test has a user-friendly UI. To use it, you just need to follow the given steps.

Step 1:

Connect a device like a computer or smartphone to your iiNet Modem.

Step 2:

On the connected device, open a web browser like Chrome, Edge, or Firefox. In the address bar, paste the following URL: https://wifispeed.io/iinet-speed-test.

Step 3:

On the tool web page, you will see a button labeled “GO.” Click this button to start the speed test.

Step 4:

After a few seconds, the test report will be generated with internet metrics.

Explore more about different Australian ISPs and their provided speed via our speed test tools

What If my iiNet Speed Test Shows Slow Internet Speed?

Slow iiNet can occur for a variety of reasons.

  • Network issues in your area. Check the network status page to see if there are issues in your area.

  • Misbehaving modem. Try power cycling your modem and do an iiNet speed test to see if the issue is resolved.

  • You might not be using the 5 GHZ band of your WiFi modem. 5 GHZ wifi has more bandwidth and less interference with 2.4 GHZ devices, so try to connect to it for better speed.

How can I make my iiNet internet faster?

To make your iiNet faster try out the following things.

  • Connect to the 5 GHZ wifi network. The network will have a 5G at the end of its name.

  • Use an ethernet cable to connect the modem directly to your computer. This reduces interference and gives you the best speed.

  • Limit the number of devices connect to the internet.

iiNet Services and Plans

iiNet is Australia’s number one NBN provider and is primarily known for its excellent customer service. Founded in 1993, this company has been at the forefront of bringing internet technology to Australia. Let’s see what they have to offer.

NBN Plans

NBN stands for National Broadband Network. It includes Fibre, Satellite, and Fixed wireless networks. With NBN packages, you can be sure that you are getting the best service using the latest infrastructure and technology. Currently, NBN packages provide speeds ranging from 12 Mbps to 671 Mbps (download).

iiNet Home Wireless Broadband

Home Wireless Broadband is iiNet’s fixed wireless network plan. There is only one version of this plan. It offers a download speed of 16 Mbps and an upload speed of 2 Mbps.

Additional features of iiNet Home Wireless Broadband package include:

  • A free WiFi 6 modem.

  • Plug and play. No setup is required.

  • Free delivery

  • No contract requirement

  • No activation fee

Due to these features, this is a highly affordable plan.

5G Home Broadband

5G Home broadband is the 5G version of the Home Wireless Broadband. Meaning it is also a fixed wireless network plan.

This time, there are two plans. A 50 Mbps plan and a 100 Mbps plan. The upload speed is the same for both plans, which is 15 Mbps.

Both plans provide the same additional features, such as:

  • Free 5G capable WiFi 6 modem

  • No activation fee

  • No contract

  • 10 AUD off for the first 6 months

Ultra Broadband Internet

Ultra-broadband refers to multiple types of plans.

There is the Ultra Broadband/Cable, which offers a speed of 90 Mbps download and 17 Mbps upload. It has unlimited data, and a WiFi modem and a phone line are also included, which allows for unlimited national calls.

The Ultra Broadband/FTTB or fiber has the same speeds as ultra-broadband cable, but you get a “pay as you go” phone plan instead of unlimited national calls. You can add a call pack if you like to get unlimited national calls and even some international call minutes.

The Ultra Broadband/ VDSL2 plan offers a maximum of 74 Mbps download speed and 17 Mbps upload speed. It does not use fiber optic cables. That’s why the speed is slower, and the plan is cheaper. You get a limited number of national calls with this plan, as well as a free modem.

Flexible Sim only Mobile Plan

SIM only means that you won’t be getting a device with the plan. So, you will have to bring your own smartphone.

There are four SIM plans; they offer the respective amount of data caps: 8 GB, 16 GB, 40 GB, and 55 GB.

All plans include unlimited talk and text to standard AU numbers, an option for e-sim, and 5G cellular network for internet connectivity.

Additional features you get with all plans are:

  • Free delivery,

  • Keeping your old number

  • No lock-in contract

iiNet Fatch TV

iiNet’s TV service is known as Fetch. With Fetch, you get a Fetch Mini Set Top Box. This box provides the following TV features:

  • Free-to-air TV

  • TV Apps

  • TV & Movie Stores

  • Access Netflix, Stan, Disney+ and more1

  • Watch on mobile

  • 30 Included movies2

You can also add on Channel packs to see more types of channels that you would like, such as sports and news.

With the Fetch app, you can use your phone as a remote control for your TV or watch all your Fetch TV programs on it.

iiNet Business Offers

The ISP offers three business services NBN Enterprise, Biz Phone, and Business Fibre.

NBN enterprise is a business solution that is provided using the NBN network.

Biz Phone is targeted at small businesses. It offers features like softphones, handsets, Webex add-ons for handsets, conference calls, automated reception, unlimited standard calls, etc.

Business Fibre is their internet lineup that offers three distinct speeds: 250 Mbps, 400 Mbps, and 1000 Mbps.

iiNet Support Details

Support URL: https://help.iinet.net.au/

Contact: 13 22 58

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What connection type is iiNet?

iiNet provides a fiber optic cable network, a 5G fixed wireless network, and a VDSL cable network.

Is iiNet 4G or 5G?

iiNet has both 4G and 5G. However, 5G internet is only available in select areas with coverage and the other areas have 4G.

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