Optus is now allowing customers to connect to its mobile network using an eSIM via an app on their phone, claiming it is the first mobile provider in Australia to allow it.
Optus has announced plans for supporting its customers to work remotely online due to the continuing spread of the coronavirus.
Optus has introduced a digital messaging service for customers that allows them to interact with the telco via a 24/7 direct line of communication with its care teams.
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