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Optus has launched a Traveller SIM offering visitors to Australia using the service free mobile calls and text messages.

The telcos says that with its Traveller SIM, its customers can tick off some of their Australian ”bucket list to-dos with a 15% discount at over 2000 tours, attractions and activities from ‘Experience OZ’, “plus unlimited standard national talk and text, and unlimited international calls to 15 destinations”.

The Traveller SIM comes with a 28-day expiry and option to recharge to cover the duration of the Australian visit.

Optus’ Head of Prepaid, Vidur Rattan said, “Travelling abroad can be a life-changing experience and who doesn’t want to share as much of that experience with friends and family at home?”

”With Optus Traveller SIM’s super data inclusions coupled with Optus’ premium national network, visitors can be ready to go as soon as they step off the plane.

“We are also excited to offer Optus customers great discounts across a range of must-do attractions and tours at through ‘Experience Oz’ which is part of Optus Perks.”

The new Optus Traveller SIM offers customers:

  • $30 with 60GB data included on first recharge that lasts for 28 days
  • Unlimited standard national talk and text (to standard Australian mobiles and landlines, 13/1300 numbers and voicemail, and standard national SMS and MMS)
  • Unlimited standard international calls to 15 destinations including Canada, mainland China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, UK & USA
  • 15% off over 2000 experiences across Australia through “Experience Oz” in Optus Perks via the My Optus App

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