Lebara goes big with its new Extra Extra Large mobile plan

Matt Sayer 19 June 2018 NEWS

60GB of data and unlimited calls to 60 countries make this one impressive prepaid deal.

As our hunger for data grows, many existing mobile plans become inadequate for keeping up with our modern, always-connected lives. Lebara clearly understands this, which is why the telco has just launched a brand new prepaid mobile plan targeted at Aussies who love being online all the time, no matter where they are.

Called the Extra Extra Large plan, Lebara's latest offering packs a hefty 60GB of mobile data with a 30-day expiry. 60GB is hardly chump change, and is more than enough to stream Netflix, YouTube or any other video service on the go without immediately exhausting your data cap. Better yet, if you choose to activate Lebara's auto-recharge feature, which simply tops up your balance every 30 days rather than requiring you to recharge manually, you'll score an additional 3GB of monthly data for a total of 63GB per month.

Along with the generous data cap, Lebara's Extra Extra Large plan includes the typical unlimited talk and text Australia wide, as well as the impressive addition of unlimited international calls to 60 select countries. It also packs $15 of international credit every month for calls to countries not included in those 60.

All this value clocks in at a reasonable $69.90 per month, making the Extra Extra Large plan one of the better options out there for Aussies wanting a value-packed prepaid service that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. For more information on Lebara's Extra Extra Large plan, take a look at the table below:


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