If you are content with talking to Telstra via text chat only and strictly self-managing your account (but with full text-chat support), Telstra's Mx Go Mobile Plus Online BYO plans are an interesting MVNO alternative.
The cost of a SIM-only mobile phone plan for unlimited talk and text per 28 days with 1GB of Optus-powered 4G data has fallen to $10, while those wanting the same deal but with 2.5GB data will pay just $20.
Telstra’s $195 plan strikes back at Vodafone’s $5 int’l roaming and everyone else’s premium iPhone 6s plans with standard-setting market-leading inclusions, while other plans prove tempting, too!
When Boost sent out an SMS to customers saying it was boosting included data to 2.5GB from 2GB, and then a few days later sent another SMS saying an additional 500MB was there for a limited time, I made a mistake.
After initially offering 3GB of Telstra Next G-class ‘up to’ 42.2Mbps data for $40 and then frustratingly dropping it to 2GB in February this year, Boost is finally boosting it back higher again, going ‘halfway’ to 2.5GB.
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