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Residential phone plans

FuzeNet Residential phone plans

No matter what your needs are, we have the right VoIP plan for you.

$9.95

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FUZETALK ACCESS

Local & National Calls

  • 15c un-timed
  • 0c flagfall

Australian Mobile Calls

  • 28c per min
  • 0c flagfall

13/1300 Calls

  • 25c per call

International Calls

  • from 4.9c per min
  • from 19c flagfall
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$14.95

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FUZETALK MAX

Local & National Calls

  • 13c un-timed
  • 0c flagfall

Australian Mobile Calls

  • 21c per min
  • 0c flagfall

13/1300 Calls

  • 25c per call

International Calls

  • from 1c per min
  • from 19c flagfall
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$19.95

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FUZETALK UNLIMITED

Local & National Calls

  • 0c un-timed
  • 0c flagfall

Australian Mobile Calls

  • 18c per min
  • 0c flagfall

13/1300 Calls

  • 25c per call

International Calls

  • from 1c per min
  • from 19c flagfall
View rates here FuzeNet Phone CIS Fair Use Policy

3 STEPS TO GET STARTED WITH VoIP

1

Choose a phone plan

Bundle with an internet service to activate the offer

2

GET SETUP

Port your current phone number to us to save any troubles of getting a new phone number

3

ENJOY!

Get setup and enjoy unlimited national talk & text

WHAT IS VoIP

Short for Voice over Internet Protocol, it’s a fancy way of saying cheap phone calls through your broadband connection, not your phone line (landlines are so outdated). VoIP telephone systems use the internet in place of the poles and wires provided by telecommunications providers. Instead of connecting to sockets installed by these providers, VoIP telephones connect directly to a data network. When that handset is activated, by simply lifting the receiver, it connects to a service provider who links that handset over the internet to the regular phone system.

What are the advantages?

The key advantage of VoIP over the traditional phone system is that it can be used independently of a phone company’s infrastructure. For example, it’s possible for a VoIP provider to give you a handset that can connect to the internet but for the same number to also work through an app on your smartphone. That means you can make and receive calls from a single phone number no matter where you are.

FAQ

Some things to know.

Help! The NBN isn’t available at my address!

What type of Internet technology is available at my address?

What speeds can I expect?

Do I need a phone line with my FuzeNet service?

Is there any cost for setting up or installing my FuzeNet service?

What if I need a site visit from the NBN or a private fibre provider?

How long does installation and set up take?

Can I bring my own modem?

Can I pick up my router from the FuzeNet office?

I am switching to FuzeNet from another service provider. Will my internet go down when I change providers?

What type of IP address is provided?

Which providers does FuzeNet use?

How does billing work?

What are some of the factors that affect my internet speed?

What is the difference between and internal and external network?

What is the New Development Charge?