ALDImobile adds data rollover and bumps up data

Alex Kidman 12 August 2016


New plans will allow you a single month’s data rollover while higher-end prepaid plans get even more data.

Supermarket MVNO ALDImobile has announced a slew of new price changes set to take effect on 17 August for its monthly prepaid mobile phone plans. From that date, ALDImobile’s XL pack will jump from 5GB per recharge to 6GB, while its XXL pack also gains 1GB for a total of 8GB of data usage.

Lower down the recharge tiers, the L pack doesn’t gain any additional data, but it does gain 100 international calling minutes to selected locations.

ALDImobile isn’t advising any price changes for these updated plans, which operate on parts of Telstra’s 4G network following Telstra Wholesale’s switch-on of 4G capacity for its MVNO partners.

The other factor that ALDImobile is introducing to its plans is data rollover. Any unused data within one recharge period will be rolled over into the next recharge period once only. That means it doesn’t stack, so if you don’t use it within that next month it will vanish. It’s very similar to the deal that Virgin Mobile offers on its prepaid plans. You will need to recharge in order to gain the rollover facility, so it’s not quite a 60-day expiry offer.

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