Optus is offering a new solution for data-hungry prepaid mobile customers with the launch of Optus Xtra – an app which enables Android users to earn extra data or credit by viewing ads on their smartphone. The app gives prepaid customers the option to earn 1GB of extra data on eligible monthly plans, or $2 of extra credit on daily plans every 28 days by having ads displayed on their phone’s locked screen.
Although it will probably be years before 5G hits Australian cell towers, the future is looking bright. Optus and Huawei have recently completed a 5G network trial, achieving the fastest speeds observed of a single user transmission over 5G in Australia so far.
OVO Mobile’s revamped pricing across its Mobile and Data SIM plans in some cases results in more than tripling of data allowances compared to previous plans, as well as reducing the monthly subscription price across all plans. That means you can surf the web without worrying you’ll run out of GB.
Confused by mobile plans? Not sure why you should go for a hefty amount of data or unlimited calls? Yomojo keeps things simple. If you don’t use your phone much, the telco allows you to pay only for what you need at a standard rate.
If you go for OVO Mobile, it’s probably not just about calling and data. The telco partners with several sporting brands to bring you a heap of entertainment to your mobile or tablet via their app, OVOPlay. Tune in and you’ll get access to highlights from Supercars, Audi Sport Customer Racing Australia and Gymnastics Australia.
Tired of browsing through mobile plans to find the best offers available? We have some good news. Yomojo now allows customers to fully customise their mobile plans based on their particular needs. That means you’re the one in charge of the amount of data, texts, and calls your plan will include. Sounds good? Read on!
Although new on the mobile market, OVO knows how to stand out from the crowd. The telco prides itself in offering data-rich SIM only plans, appealing for those who already have a phone or tablet they don’t want to part ways with. There are no lock-in contracts to worry about, so you pay as you go – and for as long as the plan you’ve chosen meets your needs.
Amaysim’s unlimited one-decision mobile plan range has won the telco the 2016 Canstar Blue Customer Satisfaction Award in the Mobile Phone Plans – SIM-only category. The company also achieved a five-star rating for their simple sign up and activation; hassle-free plan billing; the flexibility of plans; and overall value for money offering.
Looking for a budget-friendly mobile family plan? Boost is currently offering customers the chance to add 5 different lines for as low as $95 per month. Their philosophy is pretty straight-forward: the more lines you add, the more $ you’ll save.
Telstra’s mobile plan offerings are geared towards heavy data users. While you can always go the budget route and choose one of their S plans which only packs the minimum amount of data necessary, avid smartphone users can now upgrade their plans to get more out of their monthly data allowance.
Looking to lower your mobile costs? Amaysim is currently offering one of Australia’s cheapest month-to-month mobile phone offerings, so budget-friendly Aussies can enjoy talk, text and a bit of web surfing without breaking the bank.
If you frequently call abroad, Boost Mobile offers clients the option to add international calling options to their monthly plan. Pay as little as $5 extra to your plan/month and enjoy the benefits that come with saving cash in the long run.
Boost Mobile has recently increased the amount of data available on its prepaid SIM-only plans, but the add-on comes with strings attached. The telco shaved time off its expiry, so they’re now only offering 28-day expiry plans. Clients will basically pay more over a year in terms of recharges. However, if you’re a heavy mobile data user, this isn’t so bad.