- Month-to-month plans with no locked-in contract.
- Known for the award-winning customer service.
- Some international inclusions.
iiNet Mobile Plans
One of the country's largest Internet providers, iiNet also offers a range of 4G mobile plans.
iiNet might not be as well known in the mobile market as it is in the broadband space, but it does have a fair number of SIM only plans to choose from. It was bought out by TPG Telecom in 2015 but continues to operate separately.
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Bring your own handset and get a monthly data plan from iiNet, up to 9GB a month.
iiNet review: Why choose iiNet?
Unless you're after iiNet's award-winning customer service, iiNet's mobile plan offerings don't offer the greatest value. As the plans go up in price, the inclusions seem to get lower in value. iiNet also offers the following:
- International inclusions. The cheaper plans bundle international and national call credit into one that you can spend for either. The more expensive plans have some dedicated international call credit.
- Roaming. You'll be able to activate international roaming on your plan if you're going overseas by contacting iiNet. Remember that international roaming rates are much higher than standard charges and other options like buying a local SIM could be cheaper.
- Customer service. iiNet is known for its award-winning customer service.
- Poor plan value. iiNet's plans don't give much data for their price and get less competitive as they get more expensive.
- Limited domestic minutes. The two cheapest options limit your domestic calls and texts to $550 per month.
- $10 SIM charge. You'll have to pay an additional $10 fee to get your SIM card shipped to you for activation.
iiNet network coverage
iiNet uses the Optus 4G network for its mobile plans, covering around 98.5% of Australians.
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