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amaysim Mobile

After launching in 2010, amaysim has become the largest MVNO in Australia. They've now built up a solid reputation and offer not just prepaid mobile plans, but even energy plans.

Top features:

  • Huge range of plans for any amount of data you're looking for.
  • International inclusions are common on plans.
  • PAYG options available for people with low mobile usage.

Compare amaysim's prepaid plans here

amaysim has a wide range of prepaid plans available for customers who want almost any amount of data.

Check out long expiry plans from amaysim below

If you don't use your data particularly often and want it to last for a long time, you can get around 120GB from amaysim that lasts for 6 months or an entire year. They also include unlimited national talk and text.

    • amaysim's PAYG plan

      If you don't use your phone very frequently and want your credit to last a full year, consider getting a pay-as-you-go (PAYG) plan with amaysim.

      amaysim review: Why choose it?

      Among amaysim's wide range of prepaid plans, there's bound to be something which hits the data point you're looking for. amaysim plans also offer:

      • International inclusions. The 3 most expensive amaysim plans provide free international calls to 19 countries. The 2 most expensive have 300 minutes of standard talk to 13 countries.
      • Extra data. If you find yourself needing more data before the end of the month, you can purchase an extra 1GB for $10.
      • Roaming. When travelling overseas, you can use an amaysim SIM but everything will be charged at a much higher rate than normal. This can lead to rapid depletion of your credit.

      Pros

      • Wide range of plans. amaysim has a plan for just about any amount of data you could want.
      • International inclusions. Calls to a reasonable list of countries are included on some plans, if that's important to you.

      Cons

      • 28-day expiry. The expiry period doesn't quite last a month, meaning you'll need to recharge an extra time during the year.

      amaysim network coverage

      amaysim uses the Optus 3G and 4G networks, which cover around 98.5% of Australians.

      amaysim Mobile: FAQ

      How to switch to amaysim?

      Switching to amaysim is a fairly simple process.

      1. Make sure you have an unlocked phone already to put a SIM in. amaysim doesn't offer phones with plans.
      2. Purchase the plan you want online, which will come with its own SIM.
      3. Activate your SIM once it arrives. If you want to keep your own number, let amaysim know at checkout or activation and it will arrange the transfer with your previous provider.
      4. Your SIM should be activated and your new service ready to go in a few hours to a day.

      How to recharge amaysim?

      amaysim provides four methods for recharging:

      • amaysim app. The amaysim app is available on both Apple and Android and can be downloaded from their app stores for free.
      • Online. Visit My amaysim on its website via desktop or on your mobile browser. Follow the instructions listed.
      • By phone. If you have a recharge voucher, you can send an SMS with the voucher code to 568 to recharge over your handset.
      • Auto recharge. You can set up an auto-recharge either online or via the app and have your plan automatically refreshed every period. Remember that this payment won't stop until you cancel it, no matter whether you're using the service or not.

      amaysim accepts the following payment types for all recharges:

      • Credit and debit cards
      • PayPal
      • Recharge vouchers purchased from a retailer, including Woolworths, Coles and Australia Post

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        bobNovember 5, 2018

        10 $ plane no GB can i pay for the whole year at once

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          JohnNovember 5, 2018Staff

          Hi Bob,

          Thank you for leaving a comment.

          The $10 plan is a prepaid plan that includes data. You may request via the customer center of Amaysim if this would be possible. You may also check with them regarding pre-paying the plan to 1 year. Hope this helps!

          Cheers,
          Reggie

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        JitkaMarch 19, 2018

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

        • Avatarfinder Customer Care
          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.

          Have a great day!

          Cheers,
          Jeni

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        Betty StoneNovember 11, 2017

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

        • Avatarfinder Customer Care
          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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