Hello Mobile

Growing from the extremely popular calling card company that has put Australians in touch with family and friends back home for many years, Hello Mobile continues the tradition of offering cheap and easy access to international calls on a range of easy prepaid plans, with no contracts or commitments to get in the way of getting connected.

Using the Vodafone 4G network for both voice and data, Hello Mobile can boast wide coverage and high call quality along with their own dedicated international links that ensure calls overseas are reliable, cheap and of exceptional quality.

Hello’s range of prepaid plans also takes into account those who just want to call and text within Australia – there’s plenty of options bundling data, international calls or special rates so you can grab the plan that’s exactly suited to your needs. It’s also easy to get hold of a Hello SIM – you can find them in almost any major store, or order one online and have it expressed to you free of charge.

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Getting a New Phone Through Hello Mobile

A fairly recent addition to Hello’s services is the availability of a range of smartphones from Samsung, HTC, Sony, Huawei and more, at a full range of price points from $180 up to $1200. All of the phones Hello sells are completely free of network locking, and are all outright purchases – as Hello does prepaid services only, there’s no repayments to worry about.

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Hello Mobile FAQs

Yes, you can – you just need to have Hello port your current number over to their service, a process that’s quick, easy and entirely handled by Hello’s team.
Yes, it does – thanks to the recent multi-million-dollar upgrade of the Vodafone network that Hello uses, you have access to both extremely fast 4G data and the high-quality voice calls that come with 4G. You’ll need a compatible phone to make use of 4G voice, though; currently, the latest iPhones and Samsung Galaxy phones support this cutting-edge feature that can give you incredible call clarity.
No, Hello only offers prepaid mobile services. However, you can activate their auto top-up service, nominating a minimum balance before your service is automatically topped up from your credit card, so you never need to take time out to add prepaid funds to make a call.

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