- SIM only mobile plans up to 10GB monthly
- Several PAYG plans available
- Vodafone network reaches 22 million Australians
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Hello Mobile is a company that used to sell international calling cards, but has since transitioned to SIM only mobile plans as well.
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Hello Mobile has a few different prepaid plans, allowing you to purchase up to 10GB of data monthly.
Take a look at Hello Mobile's PAYG plans below
With a Hello Mobile PAYG plan, usage charges will be subtracted from your credit. Available on a 30- or 90-day expiry period.
Hello Mobile review: Should you choose it?
Hello Mobile's plans are pretty limited on data and you're likely to find better deals elsewhere for the same price.
- Selection. You can pick a few different plans with Hello Mobile.
- Very poor value. None of Hello Mobile's SIM only plans offer much value for money, averaging out to around $10 per 1GB.
- Short expiry PAYG. The main draw of PAYG plans is for people who don't use their phones often. 30- and 90-day expiry periods make this far less useful.
- Expensive excess data. You have to pay 5c/1MB of excess data, which works out to a huge $50 per 1GB.
Hello Mobile's network coverage
Hello Mobile runs through the Vodafone network, which reaches about 22 million Australians.
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