Telstra has always been generous when it comes to data allowance. However, until recently, unlimited data didn’t seem to be on the menu. That’s no longer the case. Clients who opt for Telstra’s Entertainment plans no longer get data caps, so they can stream as much as their heart desires without stressing about burning too many GB.
While unlimited data plans
are common with smaller providers, Telstra has been slow to offer them. But now, clients who opt for the telco’s entertainment plans
on a 24-month contract can enjoy the freedom of unlimited data, among other amazing perks. Both the Entertainment and Entertainment Plus plans come without a data allowance, which isn’t a surprise. After all, these plans are mostly targeted at people who stream a lot
Besides unlimited data, the Entertainment plan comes with a Telstra TV and a free three-month subscription to Foxtel Now. Subscribers get a Foxtel Now Starter Pack for 3 months, plus the first 2 BigPond Movies rentals free. To redeem, all you have to do is open those apps on your Telstra TV. The plan also comes with pay as you go calls.
As for Entertainment Plus, the plan includes a Telstra TV and a free 24-month subscription to Foxtel Now or the Foxtel from Telstra Entertainment Pack. You can choose the option that is best for you. Clients also get unlimited calls to standard local, national fixed line and Australian mobile numbers, as well as unlimited calls to home phones in 35 countries and to mobiles in 17 of these countries. Discounted call rates to another 37 countries are also part of the deal.
The Telstra Entertainment Plan costs $99/month, while the Entertainment Plus plan is priced at $130/month. For more offers, compare broadband plans here.