amaysim has a 70GB data sim for just $80

Alex Kidman 11 May 2017 NEWS

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Anyone need a lot of prepaid mobile data?

amaysim signalled some months ago that it was going to launch new mobile broadband data-only SIMs with very high data quotas for a mobile product. At the time the company said it was looking into providing 50GB and 70GB plans, but was reticent to talk timing or pricing for those plans.

Available from today, a 50GB data-only SIM will set you back $65 per month, or if you’re particularly data-hungry, $80 for a 70GB plan. amaysim’s mobile offerings, including data, uses Optus' 4G network.

As with amaysim’s other mobile products, they’re offered on a prepaid basis with a 28 day expiry cycle, which means that you’d need to get through a chunky 2.5GB per day, every day to use up that data. Mind you, if you’re unwise and don’t use Netflix’s offline viewing capability, that’s not going to be that tough.

Compare amaysim prepaid mobile data plans today

amaysim recharge rates

amaysim mobile broadband plans
Cost per rechargeIncluded dataExpiry
$152GB28 days
$356GB28 days
$6550GB28 days
$8070GB28 days

amaysim is getting heavily into the data game of late, positioning its new data SIM plans as an alternative to its own recently launched NBN plans if you’re in a position where you can’t yet get an NBN service.


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