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OVO Internet: Essential facts for the shutdown

  • In June 2020, amaysim announced its acquisition of OVO’s mobile subscribers, including its mobile broadband and data plan users
  • Existing OVO customers will still receive their service, and be transferred across to an equivalent amaysim plan
  • OVO customers on 30-day plans will be able to continue receiving the same renewal period, instead of getting a 28-day plan from amaysim

OVO stopped operating as a mobile broadband provider after its acquisition by amaysim in June 2020. If you're currently on a mobile broadband or data only plan with OVO, you'll be transferred across to a similar Internet plan with amaysim.

To find out what mobile broadband plan amaysim has to offer you, you'll need to wait for OVO to contact you, which they've announced they'll be doing before any service transfer begins. Since OVO and amaysim both operate under the Optus network, you shouldn't expect any service disruptions.

While it's in amaysim's best interest to keep you on as a customer, it's up to you whether you agree with the plan it's offered you as a replacement. One thing to keep in mind is that OVO customers should be offered a plan with the same renewal period as their current mobile broadband plan. amaysim's mobile broadband plans are good for 28 days at a time, whereas OVO's offerings were for 30 days. If both providers are true to their word, OVO customers should still be able to keep their 30 day renewal periods, which is good news since it means you'll pay for one less week of service a year.

It's been announced that amaysim should be offering OVO customers a plan with value equal to, or better than, their existing plan. To give you a taste at what you could expect, we've lined up amaysim's mobile broadband plans below.

Check out amaysim's data plans here

If you're not convinced by the range of plans that amaysim has on offer, or you're not happy with what it's offered you as a replacement plan, it could be worth it to compare mobile broadband plans from other providers to find the right one for you.

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