Yomojo Broadband Plans

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Yomojo specialises in mobile broadband offerings, with not only a range of mobile phone plans but also data-only mobile broadband.

Yomojo uses the Optus 4G Plus mobile network and operates on no-lock-in, month-to-month contracts, although the plans do automatically roll over if you don’t explicitly cancel them.

Yomojo mobile broadband plans

If simplicity is what you crave, then Yomojo has what you need, with just four simple plans running from 3GB of data per month up to 70GB, all on a month-to-month basis.

Note that these mobile broadband plans operate at 4G speeds which can be highly variable depending on your location.

  • 3GB: $15.90 per month on a month-to-month basis, automatically renewed
  • 15GB: $45.90 per month on a month-to-month basis, automatically renewed
  • 50GB: $69.90 per month on a month-to-month basis, automatically renewed
  • 70GB: $85.90 per month on a month-to-month basis, automatically renewed

Yomojo Extras

Yomojo mobile broadband plans are SIM-only, meaning you provide a broadband hotspot or other SIM-ready modem device and they just send over the tiny piece of plastic that goes in it. Yomojo specifically mentions USB dongles and even mobile broadband Wi-Fi routers as the hardware you can use.

It's worth noting that Yomojo renews every 30 days rather than by calendar month and it doesn't roll over in terms of unused data. If you go over your data limit you'll be charged per kilobyte at the equivalent of $0.05 per MB. You can purchase data add-on packs of 1GB for $11 or 2GB for $20 but these have to be done manually prior to usage.

If you are looking to add on data, it's done via the Yomojo Dashboard where you can monitor usage, see payment details and more.

How Do Yomojo's mobile broadband Plans Compare?

By current standards, Yomojo is a tough sell. Looking at the higher data limits, if you take the price you'll spend for 50GB on Yomojo, you could spend a tiny bit extra to get 100GB on Amaysim's 4G Mobile Broadband. Even on Optus, the network that Yomojo uses, you can get 100GB for a cheaper monthly rate.

These are obviously better deals than even the top tier 70GB Yomojo plan. So what about the lower limits? Well that's a little better but Kogan (on the Vodafone network) will give you 30GB for slightly more per month compared to Yomojo's 15GB plan. Even Telstra, rarely the bastion of budget plans, can get you 20GB for a similar price as a pre-paid plan.

Unless you desperately need the freedom of wireless broadband you might also want to consider a Fixed Line NBN plan if it’s available to you. Exetel has 500GB on Basic speeds for a similar price to Yomojo's 15GB plan, while Vodafone will get you Unlimited data for less than Yomojo charges for 70GB.

Why should you consider Yomojo?

If you're in the right coverage area and desperately need a mobile broadband connection then Yomojo might fit the bill… but it's a big might.

There are better plans out there and even if you're bundling in a regular sim for a mobile phone, there are better mobile deals available.

But on the lower data levels Yomojo still moderately stands up and there is, as always, the convenience of a simple data-only SIM that you can swap in and out of devices as needed.

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