Best plans using the Optus network

Looking for a great phone plan from a provider that uses the Optus network? There's something available no matter what you're looking for.

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Optus has invested heavily in its 4G Plus network which now reaches 96.5% of Australians and offers high-speed LTE access.

Even if you're not with Optus, you can still take advantage of this hard work by getting a mobile plan with one of the providers that use the Optus network as an MVNO or a mobile virtual network operator.

Let's look at some of the options that are out there.


Low cost

If the main thing on your mind is budget you can definitely find more than a few good deals for under $30 per month, even if you want to stay off contract and just pay month to month. Jeenee Mobile, OVO, and Moose Mobile all pack plenty of value into their budget plans, while Catch Connect and Spintel offer generous data caps at very agreeable prices:

If you'd prefer to compare low-cost plans yourself, simply use the table below:

Mid-range contracts

If you're happy to go on a 12- or 24-month contract you can often shave a few bucks here and there and end up with quite a good all-rounder plan. Moose Mobile, Dodo and Optus are especially compelling options here, as they all offer large data caps while keeping monthly fees quite affordable:

If you're after a contract with better data inclusions, check out the options in the table below:

Big data packages

Data makes the digital world go round and if you're churning through your monthly allowance at a rate of knots then you might want to super-size your plan. There are plenty of plans out there that will have you rolling around in spare gigabytes, with Moose Mobile, OVO and Boost Mobile some of the standout options worth considering:

To compare big-data mobile plans, simply set your preferences in the table below:

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