Optus has increased the data rollover limit on its My Prepaid Ultimate mobile plan and is offering some temporary bonuses.
Virgin Mobile tried ‘Demanding More’ from Hollywood star Kevin Dillon, but his job is done: select postpaid customers will get monthly 2GB data bonuses with Presto subscriptions!
If you pre-order Microsoft’s new Lumia 950 and 950 XL flagships running Windows 10 Mobile from Optus right now, two juicy big bonuses await those who act fast.
The prepaid value wars keep raging, with Vodafone offering ‘2GB bonus data with every recharge $40 or more for a year’ to Prepaid Combo customers.
Listening to streaming music can drain your non Wi-Fi mobile data allowance, but postpaid Virgin Mobile customers choosing Guvera’s streaming service get 1GB free per month.
Virgin Mobile is offering between 4GB and 7GB of bonus data on selected plans in addition to its Data Rollover feature to really challenge Vodafone.
Boost’s offer to give 3GB total on the $40 UNLTD plan is extended to 30 March 2015 when paying by credit/debit card of Paypal brings a bonus 500MB smile to my dial.
If you’ve got an Optus ‘SIM Only’ plan where you use your own phone, at $30, $45 or $60 per month, Optus will give you an extra gig per month for the life of your plan.
Wholly-owned Optus subsidiary Virgin Mobile has taken the fight to Telstra, and its owner Optus, in offering 2GB bonus data on 24-month plans to both new customers who switch networks and all existing customers who upgrade.
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