Compare plans with more than 10GB of data

Want a really big quantity of data to use with your smartphone? We've rounded up every plan that offers 10GB or more a month.

Compare Mobile Plans with 10GB data and more

Mobile PlanDataPrice
Spintel 3G 90GB90GB$79.95
Jeenee Mammoth 90GB + Unlimited Talk & Text90GB$79.00
Spintel 3G 30GB30GB$49.95
Jeenee Mobile $50 Mammoth 30GB Plan30GB$50.00
Jeenee Mobile $45 Mammoth 20GB Plan20GB$45.00
Telstra L Casual SIM10GB$70.00

If you’re a heavy smartphone user, the chances are good that you’ve hit the limit on your phone plan. Depending on whether you’re on a prepaid plan or a contract, you’ve either been cut off from your precious data, or had to pay high excess data charges.

That’s where signing up for a plan with a high data allowance makes a lot of sense. Rather than pay high excess fees, you instead sign up for a plan that gives you the data you crave upfront. As an added bonus, most of these plans charge $10/GB for any excess usage, which means that you can easily use even more data if you need to. Because most of these plans are relatively high cost, you also get lots of other inclusions such as international calling provisions as well.

We've listed every currently available plan with more than 10GB of data included monthly in the table below. The initial listing is for SIM-only plans, but if you'd like to pair that data level with a specific handset, click on "Modify Results" and tweak to match up your perfect phone and phone plan.

Where are the high usage prepaid plans?

Most prepaid plans focus on lower spend users, which usually equates to lower data inclusions, especially as "unlimited" call and text packages have become more widespread. The result is that you’ll struggle to find too many prepaid plans with above around 8GB per month.

That doesn't mean you can't create a high data usage prepaid plan, but it takes slightly more work to make it happen. By combining a prepaid plan and buying as many data pack add-ons as you need, you can build your own high-usage plan. For instance, to get 10GB a month from amaysim, you'd need to pay $69.90 a month ($49.90 for the UNLIMITED 8GB plan plus $20 for 2GB of extra data).

The benefit here is that because it’s prepaid you can buy packs as and when you need them, but you may find that you end up spending more on data this way. It’s also worth checking how many data packs your provider will allow you to purchase for a given prepaid plan; some will restrict the number you're allowed to purchase each month.

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