Yomojo

The one thing almost all mobile providers have in common is that they offer you calls and data based on predetermined packages or plans. Of course, that means you have to find a balance between call allowance and data limit that suits your individual needs – not always an easy thing to do.

Australia’s Yomojo Mobile– an online-only provider operating on the Optus network – aims to change this by emphasising freedom, and giving customer the ability to completely customise the Yomojo experience, to  include the amount of calls, data, texts and international calls they pay for on a month by month basis. If you are travelling interstate and realise you’re going to need to make a lot of voice calls, you can literally hop onto the web site when you recharge and drag a slider to the right to increase your voice minutes for the next month.

Of course, there are those who just want unlimited calls and texts, and Yomojo happily offers that in a similarly flexible way – you pay a flat rate for the calls and text along with 1GB of data, and if you need more data down the track, you can grab that slider control and juice up your account with anywhere from 3GB to 10GB of data. Yomojo has access to Optus’s 4G Plus network, too, so those with the latest phones will get super-speedy data performance.

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Yomojo for International Calls

A thorough review of Yomojo reveals that their international minutes cover a decently large range of countries – other destinations are also available, but they’re billed on a pay-as-you-go basis. Note that international texts do not appear to be supported at this stage. Global roaming is available for those that need it, operating currently in 54 countries.

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Yomojo FAQs

By-the-minute international calls are available to Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, Russian Federation, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, the UK, USA and Vietnam.
While Yomojo is a prepaid service, you’ll still need to sign up with them for cases when extra billing is required – like using more than your allowances of voice, data and so on. The plan of your choice auto-renews every 30 days until you cancel or change it – there is no penalty for doing either as there is no fixed contract term.
While it runs on the Optus 4G Plus network, Yomojo only uses one of its available frequencies – 1800 MHz – for data. This will give you excellent coverage and speeds, but won’t be able to take advantage of the latest advancements in 4G used by the newer smartphones. However, if raw speed isn’t important to you, data will be plenty fast enough!

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