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".
Gold Coast-based telco Think Mobile has warned consumers to review their usage of mobile data and compare the full network speed cost-per-gigabyte of data when considering the new unlimited data plans on the market.
The NBN has been derided by OVO in the past as "Not Bloody Necessary", and while mobile networks need to evolve to 5G first to truly compete, OVO Mobile's 150GB plan for $89.95 is ready for you now.
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