amaysim Mobile Phone Plans Compared July 2018

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As one of the earliest Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO) to start offering services in Australia, amaysim has a well-known brand with a reputation for value and customer service.

The amaysim group itself is now cast quite wide, covering everything from energy sales to outright mobile devices through its amaysim shop, but it still maintains its SIM-only mobile plans business, with all services delivered through the Optus 4G network.

amaysim Unlimited phone plans

amaysim's primary SIM-only product are its range of post-paid Unlimited plans. Post-paid means that you're billed at the end of each recharge period based on usage, with any excess usage (most likely data usage) added to the plan amount paid. amaysim operates on a month-to-month rolling contract basis for all of its plans, with no ongoing commitment beyond your current period. All of amaysim's plans operate on a 28 day billing period, which means you actually incur 13 recharges across a full calendar year.

amaysim as you go phone plans

If you're not a heavy phone user, then instead of an amaysim unlimited plan, you may be better served by amaysim's simple As You Go Plan.

How does amaysim compare?

amaysim's services all operate on the Optus 4G network with no particular speed restrictions beyond the quality of service in your area and any limitations of your particular mobile device. As an MNVO, amaysim sells on the value of its plan offerings, which also extend to quantities of international calling on selected plan tiers.

Why should you consider amaysim?

amaysim has a long reputation for delivering quality mobile services on a no-commitment basis, so if you're dissatisfied with your existing provider, it's well worth considering an amaysim plan.

Like many MVNOs, the focus for amaysim is on a simple, limited ongoing obligation set of plans with its Unlimited plans, but amaysim does have a unique point of flexibility in that you can select plans on a prepaid basis, or as postpaid plans. The key difference here for most users is around data usage. If you opt for a postpaid plan, where you're billed at the end of the month, if you go over your data quota, you're topped up with 1GB of data at a flat $10 rate. If you opt for prepaid, you can buy data top-ups at $10/GB if you go over, but they're not automatically applied.

amaysim does sell smartphones with a wide variety of available models sourced from both local providers and overseas sources, but it does not explicitly pair those handsets with any contract. You're free to use them with amaysim SIM-only plans, of course, but you're not required to, or tied to any long-term contract when doing so.

In terms of international calling inclusions, many plans provide unlimited standard calls to China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, United Kingdom and the USA. Higher tier plans also include calling minutes to Austria, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, and Vietnam. Other calling destinations will incur additional call charges.

amaysim recharge options

amaysim provides multiple hassle-free ways to recharge your prepaid mobile service.

  • Recharge online: amaysim provides its My amaysim portal for customers to recharge prepaid services or purchase additional services such as data top-ups. Payments are accepted from major credit cards or PayPal. You can also set your service to automatically recharge on a regular basis.
  • With the amaysim app: amaysim supplies a free app for iOS (download here) and Android (download here) platforms for you to manage your recharges.
  • Via voucher: You can purchase vouchers to recharge your amaysim prepaid mobile service. Once you’ve purchased a voucher, it can be applied through the My amaysim portal. Alternately, you can text your recharge voucher number to 568 from your amaysim mobile phone, or use the my amaysim app.


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    JitkaMarch 19, 2018

    What is the best budget conscious mobile phone for a senior person?
    Thanks!

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      JeniMarch 19, 2018Staff

      Hi Jitki,

      Thank you for getting in touch with finder. You may check on Amaysim’s As You Go and ALDImobile’s PAYG since they are good plans for budget conscious seniors. You may also refer to this link for your reference.

      I hope this helps.

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    November 11, 2017

    Do you have a mobile plan solely for calls to Nigeria;
    Please advise

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      JoanneNovember 11, 2017Staff

      Hi Betty,

      Thanks for reaching out.
      There are mobile companies that support international calling in Nigeria and you can compare plans via this page. However, should you wish to avail of international calling exclusive to Nigeria, you will need to reach out to the preferred mobile company that way they can check for available options for you.

      Cheers,
      Joanne

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