Aussie Broadband offers SIM-only mobile plans powered by Telstra's 3G and 4G network.
Is Aussie Broadband right for me?
- What does Aussie Broadband offer? SIM-only mobile plans with no-lock-in contracts and coverage provided by parts of the Telstra 3G and 4G networks. These plans are offered alongside Aussie Broadband's NBN plans.
- Product highlights: No-lock-in contracts, Telstra network coverage, large data caps available.
- Watch out for: Aussie Broadband mobile plans only have access to parts of the Telstra 3G and 4G networks. In certain areas, this can lead to inferior coverage than on the full Telstra network.
Aussie Broadband SIM-only mobile plans
Aussie Broadband's SIM-only plans explained
Aussie Broadband currently offers eight SIM-only mobile plans, all of which run on parts of the Telstra 3G and 4G networks. There are no-lock-in contracts to worry about, with Aussie Broadband giving you the freedom to cancel at any time without penalty.
- XS: 1GB of data for $15 a month
- S: 2GB of data for $19 a month
- M: 5GB of data for $29 a month
- L: 10GB of data for $39 a month
- XL: 15GB of data for $49 a month
- XXL: 20GB of data for $59 a month
- XXXL: 30GB of data for $69 a month
- XXXXL: 40GB of data for $79 a month
There are no set-up fees associated with Aussie Broadband's mobile plans. There are no standard excess usage fees, either; if you use up your monthly quota of data, your service will be suspended until the end of your current billing period. Alternatively, you can purchase data blocks à la carte at $10 per 1GB to get you by until your quota resets.
It's also worth noting that Aussie Broadband charges $15 for delivery of your SIM card, unless you order it at the same time as a modem-router bundled in with a broadband plan from Aussie Broadband.
How does Aussie Broadband compare?
- Plenty of data caps to choose from
- Telstra network provides increased coverage to rural and remote areas
- Pricing is on the premium side compared to the competition
Aussie Broadband doesn't exactly make the strongest case for its mobile plans. While these are far from the most expensive on the market, they don't offer the same value offered by many competing providers.
That said, Aussie Broadband does have the advantage of being one of only a few Australian telcos to operate on Telstra's 3G and 4G network. It's still not the cheapest Telstra MVNO around, but it's worth considering if you're deadset on a Telstra-powered mobile plan.
How to contact Aussie Broadband
|Phone||1300 880 905|
|Support hours||Mon to Sun: 8am to 12am|
|Contact form||Contact Aussie Broadband|