Wednesday, 08 August 2018 13:38

ALDImobile offers up to 30GB data with 'no expiry date' rollover


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.

ALDImobile has upped the stakes again, announcing that as of today all of its Value Packs will offer data rollover with "no expiry date", allowing Aussies to continuously roll over their data "without a time limit".

The MVNO world is always changing, with data plans increasing too, as ALDImobile also announces increasing the data offering for its largest plans: the XXL and the Jumbo plan, which launched just a year ago.

These plans will now offer 20GB and 30GB, respectively, and will remain the same price.

Naturally, however, that's not all – there's always more to entice pre-paid users to churn and switch over to a better deal.

For the first time ever, ALDImobile announces it is "also launching a four-week special 365-day data only pack, which includes 240GB for $395", which obviously entices customers to move quickly to secure the deal, while locking people in as customers for a year, but at great value.

This plan is available from today, 8 August. ALDImobile is also bumping up the data for its $30 and $95 data packs.

As ALDImobile notes, all of its plans "give users access to its reliable, Telstra-powered 4G network and offer 30-day expiry".

More information about the new plans is at ALDImobile here


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