Comparison of Ovo Mobile Promo for May

One of Australia’s freshest mobile providers – and one that’s been earning itself a solid reputation for both its service quality and generous plans – is Ovo. Entering a crowded mobile market with unique point of difference, Ovo has proven to be a solid choice for anyone who wants a combination of great rates, big data allowances and useful extras.

If you haven’t given Ovo Mobile a try yet, there’s never been a better time – because for the entire month of May, Ovo has cut the prices on all its plans by 50% for the first three months. That’s quite a big deal for a company that doesn’t do contracts at all, too. You’re not locked in for an extended length of time just to get a few cheap months; if you’re not happy with Ovo’s service after the three months is up, you’re free to move to another provider.

What this offer means for the pricing of Ovo’s plans is simple – there are real bargains to be had, starting with the two kids’ plans, which go down to $4.98 and $9.98 per month. At 1GB and 2GB of data and $200 or $500 worth of calls respectively – with unlimited text messaging – that puts those plans into the “must try” category for anyone with kids of any age.

For those who spend more time with calls than text, Ovo’s three full-sized plans drop to $14.98, $17.48 and $24.98 per 30 days with this offer, and give you data allowances of 5, 10 and 19GB respectively. All these plans offer unlimited calls and texts within Australia as well as international call allowance ranging from 50 to 500 minutes depending on the plan.

And for some icing on an already tasty cake, all Ovo plans come with OvoPlay, a free unlimited sports streaming service you can watch any time without affecting your data limit, including motorsports, gymnastics and more.

The half-price three months starts from the moment you sign up for an Ovo SIM. But don’t wait too long – the Ovo Mobile offer is available only until May 31st.

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