Kogan is the latest Australian telco to sell fixed-line broadband services on the NBN by expanding its existing partnership with Vodafone.
The online retailer will resell NBN services from Vodafone's network beginning in 2018. Kogan already deals with Vodafone for its mobile virtual network (MVNO), a partnership that came about after the company relaunched its Kogan Mobile business in 2015.
The latest deal with Vodafone extends their partnership by another four years, which now runs until 2022 and includes the option for a two-year extension period thereafter.
Vodafone itself only announced it would enter the NBN market in October last year, and is expected to release its first broadband bundles in the coming months.
Kogan executive director David Shafer said offering NBN services was a major opportunity for the retailer, and that the company would offer "extremely competitive plans" for services.
"With a brand that has built a reputation for price leadership through digital efficiency, a huge online audience and a data-driven and analytical culture, Kogan.com is well poised to offer and grow a market leading NBN service," he said.
Specific plans will be detailed closer to launch in 2018.
Along with Vodafone, Amaysim said it would also sell NBN services on Optus' network back in July last year when it acquired internet service provider AusBBS.