Optus has released a range of “build your own” mobile phone plans giving customers the ability to “mix and match a range of features” of their plan by choosing a monthly data amount, international calls and roaming data.
Optus has launched a new suite of international usage and roaming add-ons on selected prepaid plans targeting travellers.
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.
Optus has increased the data rollover limit on its My Prepaid Ultimate mobile plan and is offering some temporary bonuses.
On sale from 25 September at 8am, Vodafone’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus Red plans have increased data, as do its SIM-only plans now, too.
Telstra’s $195 plan strikes back at Vodafone’s $5 int’l roaming and everyone else’s premium iPhone 6s plans with standard-setting market-leading inclusions, while other plans prove tempting, too!
Perth-based Flexiroam's Flexiroam Sdn. Bhd. subsidiary has done a deal with with international cloud telecommunications provider Voxbone.
Vodafone is offering free data at weekends to customers on certain prepaid plans, along with unlimited calls to five countries.
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