Exetel mobile plans

Exetel Mobile offers a range of ExeSim SIM-only postpaid plans running on the Optus 4G network.

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What services do Exetel ExeSim plans offer?

Exetel originally made its name in the home broadband space with a range of competitive ADSL plans, but has expanded its product offering to include SIM-only plans operating on the Optus 4G network. These Exetel mobile plans operate on a postpaid basis and are billed monthly on a 28 day billing cycle, offering no lock in contracts for flexibility and peace of mind for its customers.

How much do Exetel mobile plans cost?

There are three pricing tiers for Exetel's range of ExeSim Mobile plans. Starting with the Saver plan at $19.99 per month, customers get 1.5GB of data, $300 worth of calls and $200 worth of text. For $29.99 a month users can upgrade to the Value plan, which offers unlimited talk and text and 2.5GB of data every month. The top of the line Plus plan costs $39.99 a month, and bundles unlimited talk and text with 6GB of data.

Additionally, customers who sign up before 30 September 2016 will get an additional 500MB of data on the Saver and Value plans, taking the totals to 2GB and 3GB respectively.

Excess data is charged at the industry standard rate of $10/GB, and will automatically be charged to your account should you exceed your monthly allowance.

What extras do Exetel mobile plans offer?

Exetel's mobile plans are designed to be simple, accessible offers for customers happy with their current mobile phone, and don't come with a lot in the way of extras.


  • No lock in contracts. Exetel's ExeSIM plans are billed monthly, so should you not be happy with the service, you can switch to another provider easily.
  • Anytime 4G data. Exetel mobile leverages the Optus 4G network, giving customers faster data speeds at anytime of the day.
  • Flat rate for excess data. Should you exceed your monthly allowance, you'll be charged a flat rate of $10/GB for any excess data you use.


  • 28 day billing cycle. It may be more and more common these days, but a 28 day billing cycle offer slightly less value than the 30 day cycle common to other providers.

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