100,000 more Kiwis are now on better broadband.

Enter your address to see if you could be too.

What is better broadband?

Not all broadband is created equal. Connection reliability, connection speed and the amount of data you have available to create, explore and play will influence the quality of your broadband experience.

Broadband options

Basic
Better
Best
icon-title-wirelessWIRELESS4G mobile broadband
  • Broadband through the 4G mobile network.
  • Performance can vary depending on the demand around you.
  • Wireless is not available on the Chorus network.
icon-title-adslADSLBasic broadband
  • Legacy broadband technology.
  • Supports everyday activities like web browsing, online banking, and emailing.
icon-title-vdslVDSLPart-fibre broadband
  • Offers a better, more reliable internet experience with less buffering than basic broadband.
  • Supports a rangeof online activities like streaming high definition shows, video calling, or uploading photos.
  • Easy to upgrade from basic broadband.
  • Find out more.
icon-title-fibreFIBREFibre broadband
  • Our most popular broadband connection type, with the highest user satisfaction.
  • Dedicated and consistently reliable connection.
  • Enough capacity for everyone to do what they want, when they want, without interruption.
  • Find out more.
icon-title-fibre-proFIBRE PROFastest fibre broadband
  • Gigabit broadband, the best home broadband available on the Chorus fibre network.
  • Huge, dedicated capacity for multiple devices to watch, listen, play, post, work, and chat all at the same time, without any loss of quality or buffering.
  • Find out more.

Chorus currently offers standard residential fibre installations for FREE in areas that have fibre in the street.
Some broadband providers may charge a fee for installation of their equipment, so check when placing your order.

Connection reliability*

At busy times of day your speed can drop. We categorise a connection as reliable if it’s capable of reaching its peak speeds 90% of the day.

WIRELESS

Variable

ADSL

Reliable

VDSL

Reliable

FIBRE

Reliable

FIBRE PRO

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Untested^

*Technology comparison based on TrueNet report December 2017. https://truenet.nz/story/2018/01/december-2017-urban-broadband-report
^Fibre Pro is not currently included in the TrueNet testing.

Connection speed*

The faster your connection, the faster data moves through it. Which means you can do more in a shorter space of time.
Enter your address above to find out what speeds are available at your place.

WIRELESS

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Low/Medium

ADSL

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Low

VDSL

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Medium

FIBRE

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Fast

FIBRE PRO

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Faster

*Speed range based on Truenet NZ report on internet connection speeds, January 2017.
Wireless speeds are represented as being variable because at busy times of the day your speed can decrease.

Price ranges from*

You could get better broadband for around the same as what you’re paying now.

WIRELESS

$40 – $85
per month

ADSL

$55 – $104
per month

VDSL

$60 - $104
per month

FIBRE

$60 – $149
per month

FIBRE PRO

$105 – $140
per month

To find out the latest broadband offers, check with your broadband provider or comparison sites such as www.glimp.co.nz or www.broadbandcompare.co.nz
*Pricing data is based on broadband only plans (Naked), variable data caps and special contract offers (excluding modems and install), sourced from Glimp 18 December 2017.

Data plan options

Having an unlimited plan means you can do what you want online without the risk of running out of data.

WIRELESS

Capped

ADSL

Capped or
Unlimited

VDSL

Capped or
Unlimited

FIBRE

Capped or
Unlimited

FIBRE PRO

Capped or
Unlimited

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In areas of Wellington, Kapiti and Christchurch you may also be able to get cable broadband (FibreX), this is supported by the Vodafone network.

*Technology comparison data based on Truenet NZ report January 2017. www.truenet.nz/choosing-technology

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