Amaysim just upped data inclusions on the $40 and $50 mobile plans. The new plans offer 15GB for $40 and 20GB for $50 – a significant boost to existing plans with no change to the cost.
Amaysim is always running special promotions, offering users incredible discounts and extra perks. At the moment, you can get the 2GB amaysim mobile plan for $10 less for your first six months.
Amaysim mobile plans now pack more data than ever before. The four new plans have dialled up data allowances starting at $25 for 2GB, $30 for 5GB, $40 for 10GB and $50 for a whopping 14GB of data.
The price for amaysim's unlimited 1.5GB sim-only mobile plan dropped from $24.90 to just $9.90 a month. That’s less than $10 for unlimited calls and texts, including international.
After revolutionising the mobile market, amaysim is ready to compete on the broadband market as well. The telco recently launched three NBN plans, all featuring unlimited data and no lock-in contracts.
Eager to get your hands on the new Galaxy S8? Amaysim makes things easy for you. The telco is currently running a special offer that allows users to get three free renewals on any unlimited plan whenever the order a device.
Remember when amaysim entered the mobile business and shook things up? The telco is gearing to do the same to the broadband market. Interested clients can now sign up to receive news about amaysim's new NBN products.
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 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.
Amaysim is broadening its horizons. The junior mobile provider recently agreed to buy Australian Broadband Services and is planning to enter the country’s fixed broadband market next year.