iPrimus mobile broadband plans

Matt Sayer 16 May 2017 NEWS

If you've got a 4G-capable device, iPrimus has the data you've been looking for.

What you need to know about iPrimus mobile broadband plans

Backed by one of the largest telecommunications networks in Australia, iPrimus has been connecting Aussies with the rest of the world for over 20 years. In that time, the telco has established exchanges in over 66 locations throughout the country, expanding its coverage to rival that of even Optus and Telstra. With everything from ADSL and the NBN to home phone and mobile services, iPrimus has something to satisfy all communication needs.

To keep Aussies connected on-the-go, iPrimus offers a variety of SIM-only mobile plans that combine phone and Internet services on a single contract. Utilising Optus's 4G mobile broadband network, these plans deliver high-speed Internet directly to your mobile device, with coverage to over 96% of the Australian population. All plans are available on flexible contracts that run for either 1 month, 12 months or 24 months.

What are the different iPrimus mobile broadband plans?

iPrimus offers three basic mobile plans that provide either 1.5GB, 3GB or 10GB of data per month. All three come with unlimited national and mobile calls, unlimited calls to 13 and 1300 numbers and unlimited national and international SMS and MMS.

As these are SIM-only plans, you'll need to own a 4G-capable mobile device to take advantage of them.

How much do iPrimus mobile broadband plans cost?

Since iPrimus offers no extra services or optional add-ons for its mobile plans, all three plans are available for a static monthly fee. The 1.5GB plan will cost you $20 a month, the 3GB plan will cost you $30 a month and the 10GB plan will cost you $50 a month. While signing up for a 12-month or 24-month contract won't save you any money, you will have to pay a $55 Early Termination fee if you want to cancel your service before the end of your chosen term.

If you exceed your monthly data allowance, iPrimus will charge you $12 for every GB you use over your limit.

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