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Yomojo internet review

Our verdict: Yomojo offers home wireless internet or mobile broadband as an alternative to the NBN, but a hefty modem cost may stop you from making the switch.

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Pros

  • Runs on the Optus mobile network, the second largest in Australia
  • No lock-in contract

Cons

  • Plans are on the expensive side for what you get
  • Expensive modem if you sign up to its 5G home wireless plans

Compare Yomojo plans

Name Product Data allowance Typical download speed Price Hid Compare Box!
Yomojo 4G Home 20
Home wireless
Optus network
Month-to-month
  • Month-to-month
  • Modem cost $179
Unlimited Data
Data
Unlimited Data
16Mbps
Speed
16Mbps
$55.90
per month
Min total cost is $234.90 for first month
Price
$55.90 per month
Min total cost (incl delivery + fees) is $234.90 for first month
Yomojo 5G Home 50
Home wireless
Optus network
Month-to-month
  • Month-to-month
  • Modem cost $820
Unlimited Data
Data
Unlimited Data
43Mbps
Speed
43Mbps
$69.90
per month
Min total cost is $889.90 for first month
Price
$69.90 per month
Min total cost (incl delivery + fees) is $889.90 for first month
Yomojo 5G Home 100
Home wireless
Optus network
Month-to-month
  • Month-to-month
  • Modem cost $820
Unlimited Data
Data
Unlimited Data
75Mbps
Speed
75Mbps
$75.90
per month
Min total cost is $895.90 for first month
Price
$75.90 per month
Min total cost (incl delivery + fees) is $895.90 for first month
Yomojo 5G Home Max
Home wireless
Optus network
Month-to-month
  • Month-to-month
  • Modem cost $820
Unlimited Data
Data
Unlimited Data
225Mbps
Speed
225Mbps
$95.90
per month
Min total cost is $915.90 for first month
Price
$95.90 per month
Min total cost (incl delivery + fees) is $915.90 for first month
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Name Product Data allowance Typical download speed Price Hid Compare Box!
Yomojo 2GB
Mobile broadband
Optus network
30 Days contract
  • 30 Days expiry
  • BYO device
2GB
Data
2GB
4G
Speed
4G
$14.90
per 30 days
Min total cost is $14.90 over 30 days
Price
$14.90 per 30 days
Min total cost is $14.90 over 30 days
Yomojo 7GB
Mobile broadband
Optus network
30 Days contract
  • 30 Days expiry
  • BYO device
7GB
Data
7GB
4G
Speed
4G
$19.90
per 30 days
Min total cost is $19.90 over 30 days
Price
$19.90 per 30 days
Min total cost is $19.90 over 30 days
Yomojo 15GB
Mobile broadband
Optus network
30 Days contract
  • 30 Days expiry
  • BYO device
15GB
Data
15GB
4G
Speed
4G
$34.90
per 30 days
Min total cost is $34.90 over 30 days
Price
$34.90 per 30 days
Min total cost is $34.90 over 30 days
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Yomojo internet review: Our verdict

Yomojo sells both home wireless and mobile broadband plans that run on the Optus mobile network.

Its prices tend to be on the more expensive side compared to similar plans in Finder's database.

The higher price does get you generous upload speeds if you sign up to any of its 5G home wireless plans, but you'll need to decide if that's worth paying more based on your online activities.

The upfront cost for a modem can be quite steep too, so a big payment at the start may not be enticing for some people.

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Value for money

Yomojo's 4G home wireless plan is in line with the average cost of similar plans in Finder's database but its 5G plans are on the more expensive side.

As is the case with wireless plans from other providers, you are required to use a modem supplied by Yomojo and can't BYO.

You'll also need to pay for the modem upfront which can cost as much as $820 for 5G. This is by far the most expensive cost for an upfront modem on a home wireless plan in Finder's database.

Its 4G modem costs $179, but then you're stuck with slower download speeds.

Watch out for:

  • The 5G home wireless service does not support fixed line telephone, back-to-base alarm monitoring or back-to-base medical systems.
  • You'll need to check your address with Yomojo to make sure you can access its plans at your location.

Compared to similar mobile broadband plans from other providers, Yomojo's offers come out on the expensive side. You can get similar data amounts for cheaper from other providers, with some even running on the wider Telstra network.

There is no data banking or data rollover on Yomojo's mobile broadband plans, so any unused data allowance will expire at the end of the month.

If you use up all your data before it expires, you will need to manually purchase a data pack or recharge your excess credit balance to continue using these services.

  • Keep in mind: Yomojo's mobile broadband plans renew automatically.

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Customer service

You can get in touch with Yomojo in the following ways:

  • Call between 9am and 6pm AEST Monday to Friday, or between 10am and 6pm AEST on Saturdays
  • Send an email
  • Start a live chat on its website

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