Boost Mobile doesn't consider itself an MVNO, but its major competitors are telcos and MVNOs, so it has responded to ever better plans with more data and international calls.
OVO says it is "doubling down on its capped prepaid mobile data plans, opting to increase the full-speed data allowance on its larger plans as opposed to offering lower-speed unlimited mobile plans".
Last week it was Catch Connect offering plans for a dollar, but in his oft-inimitable style, Ruslan Kogan's mobile division is clearly offering customers a better catch.
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