Buzz Telco provides SIM-only mobile plans on a simple month to month basis.
What services does Buzz Telco offer?
Buzz Telco offers month to month postpaid services using parts of Telstra’s 3G and 4G networks. As with other Telstra MVNOs this means that while it offers 4G services, they’re somewhat limited in speed terms and use a slightly smaller coverage map than the full Telstra network, although unless you’re extremely remotely based on a regular basis you’re unlikely to hit an area with no coverage.
Buzz Telco’s plans are all SIM-only, which means you’ll need an existing unlocked handset to utilise its services. Plans are offered on a postpaid basis with single month contract terms.
How much does Buzz Telco cost?
Buzz Telco offers plans ranged from $20 per month for its "Nano" plans up to $65 per month for its "Max" plans. For the entry level "Nano" and "Mini" plans you’re provided with $200 and $1000 of call credit respectively, with a 2 minute call charged at $2.38. All other plans include unlimited standard national calls. All plans include unlimited standard text messages.
Data inclusions vary by monthly plan tier, from 200MB at the base Nano level up to 9GB for the Max plan. Excess data is charged at 3c per MB, which equates out to a relatively pricey $30 per GB of usage, although unlike other carriers you’re not immediately charged for an additional GB block if you go over quota.
What extras does Buzz Telco offer?
Buzz Telco’s mobile plans are relatively no-fuss month to month offerings, which means that there’s a dearth of particular extras on offer with these plans. Customers who opt for an ADSL or NBN plan can get a single month’s free access to Buzz Telco SIM-only plans with their broadband.