Belong is launching new SIM-only mobile plans aimed at big-data users

Matt Sayer 29 September 2017 NEWS

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Belong is making its debut in the Australian mobile market.

Belong has today announced the introduction of two new SIM-only mobile plans specifically designed for those who enjoy browsing the Internet on the go.

Available from this Sunday 1 October, the telco is offering a 5GB regular plan for $25 a month and a 15GB large plan for $40 a month. Both plans make use of Telstra's 3G and 4G network and are available on month-to-month contracts with no cancellation fees for terminating your service. To celebrate the launch of these plans, Belong is throwing in a one-off gift of 5GB extra data on the regular plan and 15GB on the large plan, available for anyone who signs up before 31 December 2017.

If you sign up, you won't have to worry about using all that extra data in a single month either. Both plans come with unlimited data banking, with any unused data rolling over into the next month. You can bank as much data as you like, and it'll be available for as long as your service remains active with Belong.

Neither plan comes with voice or text inclusions by default, but you can add on unlimited national calls and text for $5 extra a month or pay $10 extra a month for unlimited calls and text within Australia and to ten other countries.

Regular planLarge plan
Monthly cost$25$40
Data inclusions5GB + one-off 5GB welcome gift15GB + one-off 15GB welcome gift
Voice and text$5/month for unlimited national calls and text$5/month for unlimited national calls and text
Extra data$10 for 2GB$10 for 2GB

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