Exetel Mobile Plans
Exetel has a range of no-fuss mobile plans that won’t cost you a cent to get delivered.
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Exetel is a family business that was founded in a basement 15 years ago. When you sign up with Exetel mobile, you can get your choice of data on a monthly plan and even opt out of excess data charges.
- Decent value on SIM only plans.
- Spend control limit on plans to help you curb over-spending.
- Some international call credit available.
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Compare SIM only mobile plans from Exetel here
Pick up one of Exetel's competitive SIM only plans, slot the SIM into your handset and get unlimited calls plus monthly data.
Exetel review: Why choose Exetel?
Exetel's SIM only plans offer good value for lower data ranges, though if you're looking for more than 18GB monthly, you'll have to choose a different provider.
- International inclusions. The more expensive plans come with various amounts of international call credit (up to $500). Different rates apply depending on what country you're calling or texting.
- Spend control function. If you want, you can specify a limit to how much can be spent on extra data every month, meaning you won't pay for more data if you don't want to.
- Spend control limit. Specify a $0 limit on extra data spend and never get charged for excess usage.
- Decent value. Exetel's basic plans are competitive with others in the MVNO market.
- Limited calls on 1GB.The 1GB for $9.99 plan only allows for 200 minutes of national calls monthly.
- Charged in advance.Exetel requires payment ahead of the month, rather than on a postpaid basis.
Exetel network coverage
Exetel uses the Optus 4G network, which covers over 97% of the population.
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