Moving house? Relocate your internet with Westnet and save!

If you’re moving home, don’t leave your internet behind! When it comes to moving, there’s a lot to do but thanks to the Westnet movers team  it’s now easier, cheaper and more flexible for you to change your address and relocate your internet connection.

The good news is because you’re an Westnet customer, wherever you move in Australia, Westnet has a plan for you! While we can’t move your couch and the TV for you, our award-winning customer service team can make connecting the phone and internet at your new address easy and hassle-free.

Moving made easier

When it comes to moving our awesome specialised movers team makes it easier for you, making sure you get settled in with the best broadband plan to suit your needs. You can even keep your current phone number* and email address!

Save money

Refresh your contract at your new address and there’ll be no contract break fees on your existing broadband service, and if applicable, you’ll also receive discounts on new line connections.


Give our friendly movers team a call and you can decide your disconnection date and the connection date at your new address. Easy peasy!

So if you’re on the move soon, grab the boxes and the packing tape but leave the ‘net to us – wherever you’re moving, just let us know and we’ll arrange for your internet to move too!

Movers WN21

Got your hands full with packing? Check out our Movers FAQ page for some handy info, including the details you’ll need when you call and connection timeframes or give our movers team a call today on 1300 786 068.  

Help me relocate my ‘net!


*Not available for all carriers.


  1. Terry McKie says:

    we will be moving early to mid April to Beverley W.A. will you be able to transfer all of our current services there including phone numbers as claimed in the above.
    thank you

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Terry,

      We can move your services for you! The exception here will be phone numbers, as they are exchange dependent, and once you move from one exchange area to another, you aren’t able to keep the number, even for VoIP services. We have this covered, right here:

      – Leo