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You can get big data with amaysim’s simple, uncomplicated mobile broadband plans.

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amaysim Broadband

While amaysim started out offering only mobile plans back in 2010, it has since expanded into the energy market as well. You can buy mobile broadband plans from it covering anything from just a bit of data to an incredibly large allowance.

Top features:

  • Data plans ranging between 7GB and 90GB
  • No lock-in contracts
  • Powered by the Optus 4G network

Start comparing amaysim's data plans below

For those who need a bit more data on the go or a replacement for their fixed line connection, amaysim has a few different data plans that run month to month.

Name Product Data allowance Typical download speed Price Hid Compare Box!
amaysim 7GB Data Plan
Mobile broadband
Optus network
28 Days contract
  • 28 Days expiry
  • BYO device
7GB
Data
7GB
4G
Speed
4G
$15
per 28 days
Min total cost is $15 over 28 days
Price
$15 per 28 days
Min total cost is $15 over 28 days
amaysim 50GB Data Plan
Mobile broadband
Optus network
28 Days contract
  • 28 Days expiry
  • BYO device
50GB
Data
50GB
4G
Speed
4G
$40
per 28 days
Min total cost is $40 over 28 days
Price
$40 per 28 days
Min total cost is $40 over 28 days
amaysim 90GB Data Plan
Mobile broadband
Optus network
28 Days contract
  • 28 Days expiry
  • BYO device
90GB
Data
90GB
4G
Speed
4G
$60
per 28 days
Min total cost is $60 over 28 days
Price
$60 per 28 days
Min total cost is $60 over 28 days
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amaysim review: What we think?

amaysim launched in 2010 and is now one of the largest mobile virtual network operators in Australia. In addition to its range of regular mobile plans, it also sells mobile broadband data-only plans for customers who want data on the go.

At the bottom end of the data spectrum, amaysim doesn't stand out much, with their 7GB plan costing around $2 per 1GB. But at the higher end it has some of the best data for dollar value you'll find in the mobile broadband market, offering 1GB at a rate of just 65c. Beyond that, amaysim's plans expire after just 28 days, which means you'll find yourself recharging an extra time over the course of a year compared to 30-day plans.

Should you go with amaysim?

Pros

  • Good value. amaysim has decent data per dollar value, especially its 90GB for $60 plan.

Cons

  • 28-day expiry. amaysim's plans offer simple, uncomplicated value, especially as you get towards the more expensive end of what it has.

Summary: amaysim's plans offer simple, uncomplicated value, especially as you get towards the more expensive end of what it has.

amaysim Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a new modem to sign up to amaysim?

In order to use your mobile broadband data, you'll need a device that is capable of accepting a SIM card.

Do amaysim's Internet plans include calls?

No, amaysim's data plans do not allow you to make calls or send texts. However, it has a wide range of cheap regular prepaid plans on offer that will let you make calls.

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    LindaAugust 16, 2017

    How long do we have to wait for unlimited on Satellite nbn?

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      HaroldAugust 16, 2017Finder

      Hi Linda,

      Thank you for your inquiry.

      Generally, Once you’ve applied for your new NBN plan, your ISP will usually arrange for a technician to visit your home to complete the installation. You will also receive a new modem if you have opted for one and instructions on how to connect your devices to the network.
      The activation process after applying for a plan will depend on whether you’ve already had the NBN equipment installed at your premises and your internet provider. If your premises has the NBN equipment installed already you could be connected within 48-72 hours. If your property has yet to have the NBN equipment installed you can expect to wait up to 3-4 weeks for a technician to complete the installation. It would be nice also i you can clarify this directly with your provider.

      I hope this information has helped.

      Cheers,
      Harold

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    natashaJuly 16, 2016

    I want to know if you can offer me internet at my address. Please email me and I will reply

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      BrodieJuly 20, 2016

      Hi Natasha,

      You’ve come through to finder.com.au, not amaysim. Amaysim is a mobile broadband provider that operates on the Optus 4G network. So long as you have access to Optus 4G, you will be eligible for amaysim’s plans.

      Thanks,
      Brodie

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