Double data hits amaysim mobile plans

Alex Kidman 27 September 2018 NEWS

MVNO amaysim has updated its SIM-only mobile plans with up to 40GB of data per recharge.

While many Australians opt to go with carriers for their telco needs, there's been a huge growth in recent years in Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs).

As one of Australia's first MVNOs, amaysim's stayed competitive through the years by constantly adapting its offers. In keeping with that strategy, amaysim has just announced a fresh wave of upgrades for its SIM-only mobile plans as long as you're recharging $30 or more. Its existing $10 PAYG and $20 recharges remain at their existing rates and data inclusions, but if you were previously spending $30 or more, you'll get more data as from today.

All of amaysim's plans offer unlimited standard national calls and texts, and they all operate on a 28-day recharge cycle. The underlying network powering amaysim's plans is the Optus 3G/4G network.

Here's how the data inclusions now compare against their previous deals:

Recharge level Old data inclusion New data inclusion
$30 5GB 10GB
$40 15GB 20GB
$50 20GB 40GB

It's only a minor upswing on the $40 plan, but for both the $30 and $50 plans, you're looking at double the data for no extra charge.

Keen on an amaysim mobile plan? Check out the full details of its SIM-only mobile plans below!

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