Yomojo Broadband

Yomojo Wireless Broadband

Looking for an NBN alternative? You can pick up a wireless Yomojo home or mobile broadband data plan on the Optus 4G network.

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Family-focused provider Yomojo offers plans designed to get more Australian families connected to reliable mobile or broadband Internet. Yomojo doesn't provide fixed-line connections, but it does sell a bunch of different mobile broadband and home wireless plans with no contract.

Top features:

  • No lock-in contracts
  • Uses the Optus 4G network, which reaches 98.5% of Australians


Yomojo mobile broadband is not currently available via Finder. You can visit their website at www.yomojo.com.au for more information or compare alternative options available below.

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Powered by the Optus 4G network, Yomojo offers a wide range of mobile broadband plans to choose from.

Check out Yomojo's home wireless plans here

When your fixed line connection isn't a good option, you can pick up a home wireless connection from Yomojo with a 200GB or 500GB data limit.

Yomojo review: What we think

Yomojo claims to be committed to connecting more Australian families to affordable and flexible broadband services. It sells both mobile broadband and home wireless plans with no lock-in contracts in sight.

Both Yomojo's mobile broadband and home wireless services are on the expensive side of things compared to the rest of the market. That said, the higher the price point, the more overall value that Yomojo's plans offer, going from around $7 per 1GB down to 80c per 1GB.

However, you might still be better off shopping around and seeing if you can find a good deal elsewhere for a more competitive price.

Is Yomojo right for your needs?


  • Wide range of plans. Yomojo has a bunch of different mobile broadband plans on offer, depending on how much data you need.


  • Not great value. While Yomojo's plans improve in value with price, they aren't particularly competitive.
  • Required modem. The home wireless plans require you to use Yomojo's expensive modem.

The bottom line: Yomojo is a family-focused mobile provider that sells mobile broadband and home wireless plans that are on the more expensive end of the spectrum. You might be better off comparing options elsewhere.

Yomojo FAQ

Do I need a new modem when I sign up to Yomojo's plans?

If you're purchasing a mobile broadband plan, all you'll need is a SIM-enabled device to activate it (e.g., a phone handset, laptop or tablet). For home wireless, you'll have to purchase Yomojo's $169 Huawei router in order to activate your connection.

Do Yomojo's Internet plans include calls?

No, but Yomojo does sell a number of regular mobile phone plans that will allow you to make calls and send texts.

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