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Broadband + Power Bundle

Broadband from:


Save $20 pm

Great rates backed up by top-notch service and a $20 discount when you bundle broadband and power for even better value.

Unlimited broadband data
Average download: 307 Mbps*
BYO modem or rent one for just $5/month
Power charges are additional
* Slingshot national peak time average speeds (MBNZ April 2024 Report). You may experience higher or lower speeds than this. Learn more

Broadband + Power + Mobile Bundle

Broadband from:


Save $30 pm

Bundle our Unlimited fibre broadband with Slingshot power and a mobile plan to get $30/ month off your broadband plan.

Unlimited broadband data
Average download: 307 Mbps*
BYO modem or rent one for just $5/month
Power and mobile charges are additional
* Slingshot national peak time average speeds (MBNZ April 2024 Report). You may experience higher or lower speeds than this. Learn more

Savings claims apply to new Slingshot services bundles only. Savings are off your Broadband plan charges, starting from the first full billing period after bundled service is activated, and pro-rated to your chosen billing frequency. Bundle must remain active. Minimum contract term and exit fees apply to Broadband plan. Full T&Cs available here.

Flexible billing

Pay your bill weekly, fortnightly or monthly. It’s super easy, and you can even pick the day of the week that works best for you!

Just want broadband?

Get connected with Slingshot broadband and enjoy awesome, reliable service supported by our NZ based help-desk. Simple!

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You call the shots with our mobile app!

Check your account balance, troubleshoot your Wi-Fi with real-time scanning, split your bill to make payments your way, video chat live with our support team and heaps more!

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Frequently asked questions

Because we’re all about putting Kiwis in control, you can choose to pay your bill weekly, fortnightly, or monthly. You can even pick the day of the week you pay your Slingshot bill on a weekly or fortnightly cycle, which is really handy for making sure your bill is paid just after pay day, not just before!

We'll arrange a date to come and install fibre at your place. On the pre-arranged installation date you will need to be home while the technician does the work. There are a number of steps:

  • Agree - the technician meets you, goes through and agrees installation requirements.
  • Build - the technician extends the fibre network to the boundary of your property and make it ready for fibre.
  • Connect - the technician will complete internal wiring, physical setup, test your connection and you are good to go!

The installer will attempt to complete ABC on the same day, although that may vary largely dependent on the complexity of the cabling work required at your premises.

If you have a monitored alarm that is essential to your safety or health, we would recommend you check with your alarm provider before ordering a fibre service.

Electricity charges consist of two components – a fixed daily charge (usually quoted in cents per day) and a variable usage charge, usually quoted in cents per unit of kWh (kilowatt-hour).Each bill has cost that’s made up of the fixed charge multiplied by the number of days within the billing period, and the variable charge multiplied by the power used over the period (or an estimate of this number). In some cases, you may have more than one variable charge related to different types of supply.

Electricity retailers are charged a levy by the Electricity Authority. Your old bill may show an “EA Levy”. The EA levy is small, and we have chosen to include it within our variable charges rather than splitting it out separately.

There are two types of plan available to Kiwi households: Standard User or Low User. Under either you'll be billed both a daily rate, and a usage rate per kWh (kilowatt-hour) unit of electricity consumed. It’s entirely up to you whether you sign onto a Standard or a Low User plan, but depending on your circumstances you may be much better off on one rather than the other. Here’s why...

The Standard User plan has a higher daily charge, but a lower charge per kWh used, so is ideal if your electricity usage is relatively high. Households north of Christchurch are better off on a Standard plan if using more than 8,000 kWh each year, and for Christchurch and further south if using more than 9,000 kWh each year. Conversely, if your annual usage is lower than that number, a Low User plan is more advantageous. A Low User plan is generally suited to people using less electricity than average (hence the name!). It’s designed so that the fixed rate is no more than 30 cents a day* but the unit rate is higher, which means that if you don’t use much electricity you'll pay less than you would on a Standard User plan.

In general, you should pick a Low User plan if your household has one or two people living in a well-insulated, energy-efficient home, often with gas for heating or hot water. Very roughly, these households will spend much less than $200 monthly averaged across the year – although the exact level will vary in different parts of the country. Standard rate plans will suit larger households, where people are home a lot, and electricity is used for hot water and heating.

Note that while for most of the country the tipping point between the two plans is 8,000 kWh annually, the average household is better off on a Low User plan

You can switch between Low and Standard user plans once a year.

*not including GST, and after any bundle discount.

You sure can! We’ll post you a SIM card with all the details you need to transfer your number. It’s easy: just activate your SIM, register it in My Slingshot Mobile, and complete the form to transfer your number.

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