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Our verdict: gomo may only have 3 plans to choose from, but each one is among the best for its price.

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  • 200GB data rollover
  • International inclusions on some plans
  • Comprehensive mobile app


  • No roaming or international SMS
  • Only digital support options available

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Name Product Features Data Price
  • Unlimited standard national calls & texts
$1.88 per GB
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  • Unlimited standard national calls & texts
$0.63 per GB
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  • Unlimited standard national calls & texts
$0.58 per GB
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gomo mobile review: Our verdict

gomo's plans are solid across the board, with its $15 plan offering some of the highest data you can get for that price.

For reference, $15 usually gets you around 4-5GB each month, with gomo's plan offering about double.

The other plans are similarly excellent value, only beaten out on value by a handful of big-data budget brands like Circles.Life.

Here's what you might enjoy about gomo:

  • Roll over up to 200GB between months with an active subscription
  • You can manage your mobile plan through the gomo app
  • Full Optus 3G/4G network coverage
  • Option to activate your plan with an eSIM

Despite its good points, gomo isn't perfect. You may be less keen on:

  • Completely digital support – there is no way to chat to a person over the phone
  • International SMS are not supported, even on plans with international call inclusions

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Value for money

gomo has just 3 plans, ranging from $15 for 8GB up to $35 for 60GB.

Its $15 plan is one of the best on the market for its price, offering 8GB where most other providers will offer up to 5GB for the same price.

The other 2 plans work out to an average dollar-per-data value of $0.60/GB, which is incredible compared to a benchmark of $1/GB.

Things to watch out for:

  • International texts are not possible on any gomo plan.

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gomo is powered by the Optus 3G/4G mobile network.
  • The Optus network reaches 98.5% of the Australian population.
  • You'll get the same coverage with gomo as if you bought a plan from Optus directly.
  • Metro customers shouldn't have many problems with reception, but you may notice a drop in rural or regional areas compared to Telstra's 99.5% coverage.

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Customer service

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Digital customer support only

If you want to get in touch with gomo, the customer support team is available all week 8am-midnight AEST.

You can:

  • Access live chat on the gomo website
  • Leave a message on the gomo Twitter or Facebook social media pages
  • Use the live chat feature in the gomo mobile app
  • Keep in mind: gomo's customer service is digital only. You will also need to download the gomo app in order to use your plan.

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Bonus features

gomo's main focus is on providing lots of data for a low price, but it has a couple of extra features going too:

🔄 Data rollover

If you don't use the same amount of data every month or want to save up for a trip, gomo lets you save up to 200GB of unused data between months.

📱 eSIM free trial

If you activate your gomo subscription using an eSIM on a compatible device, you'll get the first month of your chosen plan for free.

🌏 International inclusions

gomo's $25 and $35 plans include unlimited calls to 15 countries. This can be handy if you have friends or family overseas.

This doesn't include any international text messages though.

Which rivals are giving gomo a run for its money?

While gomo has a strong plan selection, there are other providers worth considering if you're looking for more.

For more data:

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If gomo's data isn't enough, you might prefer subscribing to felix instead. It offers unlimited data, capped at a maximum download speed of 20Mbps.

For better international inclusions:

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Disappointed by gomo's lack of international SMS? Lebara has generous inclusions for overseas calls and text, with high data too.

For a more flexible phone plan:

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Boost Mobile is the only smaller provider to use the full Telstra 4G network (reaching 99.5% of the population), while still offering affordable plans.

Ready to sign up to gomo?

Choose between the 3 gomo plans and simply click the green "Go to site" button next to your desired plan in our comparison table. This will take you through to gomo's website, where you can put in an order for your SIM.

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You'll have to download and install the gomo app in order to activate and manage your new plan.


What if I want to keep my current phone number?
When activating your plan in the gomo app, choose the option to transfer your existing number over. gomo doesn't specify a timeframe for porting, but it should be completed within 24-48 hours.

If your current number is under someone else's name (a parent or a partner), it might involve a couple more steps. Check our guide on how to transfer ownership of your mobile number.

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