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amaysim deals: Discount codes and coupons for February 2019

The iconic budget MVNO NOW offers a plethora of value mobile packages – and it still knows how to strike a deal.

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Over the years, the orange SIM provider has made a name for itself among high school and uni students by offering cheap and flexible month-to-month prepaid plans. Amaysim has come a long way since those early days, now offering fully-featured mobile phone contracts, home Internet plans, amaysim will even sell you an energy plan if that’s what you’re after.

However, amaysim hasn’t lost touch with its roots and still offers top-value SIM plans to this day. Its classic unlimited phone plans range from $10 to $50 per month, with data values ranging between 1GB of data to a whopping 20GB of data per month.

On top of that, amaysim still offers good old fashioned pay-as-you-go plans (you know, the kind you would burn through in a day after purchasing a Crazy Frog ringtone from the back of Who magazine). Amaysim's pay-as-you-go plans can be recharged in $10 increments and will sting you 15c per minute for calls to landline and mobile, 15c per SMS, 49c per MMS and 15.4c per MB for data.

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