Ericsson has announced that pre-paid customers of Australian communications provider Telstra are among the first globally to benefit from faster and more intuitive pre-paid digital subscription experiences enabled by the latest Ericsson Digital Business Support Systems (BSS) technology.
MVNO amaysim, which is now owned by Singtel Optus. has won the Canstar Blue Outstanding Value Award in the SIM-only pre-paid mobile plans section.
At just $9 per 30 days with 4GB of data, or $15 per 30 days with 18GB of data, or even a great value 90 day plan, Catch Connect wants to catch the hearts, minds and wallets of consumers with plans that don't seem to come with any catches.
Not everyone has dozens of gigabytes on their mobile plan to burn through each month, and unless you're on Vodafone's new Infinite mobile phone plans in Australia with 2mbps, 10mbps or 25mbps speeds after using your monthly data allocation, free WiFi is more available than ever.
While competitors have all kinds of unlimited talk and text plans with varying levels of data for any type of customer, Optus hopes its newfound flexibility fulfils its promise of "prepaid, remade".
Pre-paid mobile phones are gaining in customer satisfaction, overtaking post-paid plans for the first time, the research firm Roy Morgan claims, adding that the change has come about in the last 12 months.
amaysim is promising three recharges of "truly unlimited mobile data", with no mention of speed caps, and it's the first such pre-paid offer, although Telstra's now discontinued $199 Ultimate 24-month contract plan with your choice of flagship phone and truly unlimited, uncapped 4G was the first such plan in Australia.
One of Australia's best pre-paid phone providers or MVNOs is OVO, and with its latest automatic mobile data increase limits should definitely receive a sustained and enthusiastic show of appreciation from its current and future customers.
The MVNO wars continue apace, with mobile virtual network operators offering excellent deals to capture the hearts, minds and wallets of consumers, with Boost's early 2019 plans no exception.
The race to deliver ever large amounts of data has continued raging, with Amaysim's newest plan an obvious response to competitive moves and the quest to deliver ever better customer value.
Competition among US pre-paid mobile service providers has once again heated up in 2018, despite the top five pre-paid telcos in the US making more promotional offers in 2016 than 2017.
It's yet another deal for "new customers only", which means Catch Connect needs to think about doing a deal or two for current customers too, but the deals are nevertheless quite catching.
Vodafone has made Optus' and Telstra's pre-paid plans look like overpriced 28-day expiry jokes with too little data and not enough international countries, but Amaysim still has the best 365-day "as you go" plan.
A new hope for even more data from pre-paid providers not yet offering unlimited plans has emerged from the Kogan Mobile empire, striking back at competitors with boosted data bundles.
Telstra has launched three new "affordable smartphones" — the $99 Telstra Essential Plus, the $129 Alcatel 1X and the $199 Telstra Superior — which ain't so heavy on the wallet in your posterior.
The latest mover and shaker in the MVNO world is ALDImobile, whose "Value Packs" now offer data rollover with "no expiry date", along with data increases for its two largest plans and a new 365-day plan.
Trying to catch a break from all the MVNO deals out there is Catch Connect, which is letting Aussies get 90GB of data to use over 90 days for $89 in one of three catching new deals.
Coming on the same day that Telstra has launched unlimited plans on its network, Kogan still has plans at lower prices that aren't unlimited, but are still great value for money.
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.
If you're a pre-paid mobile customer, there's plenty of tempting deals out there, but Vodafone is doing its bit to keep its customers happy with 35GB bonus data.
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