Optus has completed its purchase of amaysim’s mobile business with its 1.2 million subscribers for $250 million.
Telco Singtel Optus will acquire Australia's biggest mobile virtual network operator, having signed a deal to buy amaysim for $250 million, the company says, adding that it will also be launching a new digital brand gomo which is aimed at providing simple plans and budget-friendly services.
COMMENT Vodafone has the cheapest unlimited mobile data plan in Australia, offering a set amount of high-speed gigabytes, then capping to 1.5Mbps, but who will be first to do better?
Promising to be "more than just a phone service" thanks to an emphasis on community engagement and giving back, LYF Mobile still promises fast speeds, affordable prices, online simplicity and a millennial focus - is it time to Choose Lyf?
Vaya has followed Kogan Mobile’s recent move to increase data inclusions on all mobile plans, but who offers better value?
Kantar has released its carrier share figures for the Australian consumer mobile market up to June 2017, and as usual, the game of carrier share numbers has changed.
While I see other telcos offer new customers a half-price SIM card deal in stores, Vaya is going the other way and doubling your first month data.
Competition is smoking hot in the pre-paid mobile telco space, with unlimited talk, text and generous data pioneer Amaysim unveiling new plans with up to 14GB of data.
Earlier this week, Vaya announced its SIM cards would be at retail for the first time, with a six-month deal for $150, but Kogan can demonstrate better value.
Want 5GB data per month with unlimited calls and texts over six months for $150? Vaya hopes you’ll go down down to Coles.
Whether you need a lot of data with unlimited talk and text to national numbers, or 4GB data at almost half the price you once paid, Vaya’s value just got higher.
Vaya bills itself as the best-value mobile service provider, and it has just struck back against the latest mobile offerings by re-introducing two of its most popular past promotions.
Vaya has introduced a new range of mobile broadband plans delivered over the Optus 4G Plus network.
Mobile service provider Vaya has teamed up with peer-to-peer lending platform RateSetter to launch an online mobile phone shop.
Vaya has temporarily reduced its 12-month plan prices, hoping to cash in on the number of smartphones heading for Aussie Christmas stockings.
The pioneer of pre-paid unlimited calls and text with a bucket of data, amaysim, began life only in 2010, and now celebrates over a million customers.
Mobile service provider Vaya is including 14% more data on its Unlimited XL plan for 0% more money.
Vaya has introduced Australia’s cheapest unlimited talk and text plan with 1GB of data – has it delivered a viaticum to its competitors?
Vaya reckons its $16 a month Unlimited S plan is Australia's cheapest way to get unlimited mobile calls and texts.
MVNO Vaya is touting its strategy as leading to a drastic reduction in complaints, down nearly 90% YoY in the April to June 2016 period, part of which is attributed to amaysim’s Vaya acquisition.
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