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Jeenee Mobile going big with Mammoth data plans

Nick Broughall 9 September 2016

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Jeenee Mobile's new high data Mammoth plans offer up to 30GB a month.

MVNO Jeenee Mobile has gone big, launching two new "Mammoth" plans that combine unlimited standard national talk and text messages with large data allowances.

Both new plans run on the Optus 3G network, as opposed to the Optus 4G network like Jeenee Mobile's other plans. The sacrifice for speed is counter-balanced with a significantly lower price tag than other plans offering this amount of data. Data is also charged by the kilobyte, so you're not going to be charged for chunks of data you don't actually use.

The first Mammoth plan costs $45 a month, and offers 20GB of data every month in addition to unlimited talk and text to Australian numbers. If you're after an even higher total, the $50 a month Mammoth plan boosts the bundled data to 30GB a month.

Jeenee Mobile's key differentiator is that it is a not-for-profit telco. Jeenee donates its profits to charities that help people with disabilities. Since it launched in December 2015, the telco has donated its profits to over 200 charities, while also providing free services to people living with disability who may not otherwise be able to get a mobile service.

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