Copper
Awesome internet.

Can’t get fibre? We’ve still got ya. We’ll hook you up with speedy VDSL, or ADSL if you can’t get VDSL at your place. Fancy!

ADSL/VDSL
on a 12 mth contract

Our base plan.

Our REALLY awesome base copper plan.

ADSL/VDSL
on a 24 mth contract

Grab our REALLY awesome base copper plan and get a UE Boom 2.

Get your tune on!

These hardware offers are valid for a limited time only and are subject to change by Orcon without notice. Not valid with any other offers and 24 month contract applies. Xbox promotion is not available in Gigatown (Dunedin) and comes with a $500 early termination fee. Apple TV 32GB promotion comes with a 24 month contract and a $250 early termination fee. UE speaker promotion comes with 24 month contract and a $199 early termination fee. Hardware will be shipped once an ASDL, VDSL, or Fibre connection is established. Modem rental is included. Modem shipping fee of $14.95 applies. Xbox One S black vertical stand pictured not included. Full terms and conditions at orcon.net.nz/terms/broadband.

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About Orcon Copper

Yes, we have contracts for most of our services. This is because there are set up costs and offers we need to cover, but for the most part these are included in the plan. A contract is what we consider a fair way of covering these costs.

There is minimal down time (generally a few hours at most) when we transfer services from one company to another. If you are having any issues by the end of your connection date, give us a call and we will be happy to help you get up and running.

If you are staying at the same address, yes you can. If you are moving address, it will depend if your phone number is in the same calling zone or not.

If you have an ISP-based email, unfortunately, this is owned by the ISP. We can’t take it over for you. BUT, we think it is unfair that companies try to force customers to stay because of an email address. We would recommend that you set up a Gmail account (or any other free alternative that tickles your fancy) and get free from your old internet company once and for all.

If you upgrade speed, then yes, it will be faster. We recommend that you go on the fastest speed available. If you are staying on the same technology, then it will be roughly the same. We invest heavily in our network, so we would expect slight improvements if anything.