KISS Mobile targets the ultra-budget-conscious phone user with a variety of pay-as-you-go mobile plans on Vodafone and Optus’ networks.
What services does KISS Mobile offer?
KISS Mobile provides SIM-only pay as you go services primarily on Vodafone’s 3G network, although one section of its plans operate on Optus 4G network instead. They’re all rolling contract plans, which means that you can cancel at any time. The majority of plans work on you paying a value pool that decreases with usage, although unlimited plans are also available.
How much does KISS Mobile cost?
KISS Mobile offers three different tiers of plans, all on rolling contract terms. Its Keep It Simple Plans cost as little as 95c, making them technically the cheapest single plan from any Australian carrier, although that credit would essentially be exhausted with a single 2 minute call and two SMS messages. Standard national calls on the Keep It Simple Plans are charged at 30c per minute, while texts cost 14c each. Data is charged at 5c/MB if you don’t buy a data bolt on. Alternatively, you can spend $7 per month for a 500MB data bolt on, $10 per month for a 1GB bolt on, $17 per month for a 2GB bolt on plan, $24 per month on 3GB, $43 per month for a 6GB bolt on or $69 for a 10GB bolt on addition. The Keep It Simple Plans operate on Vodafone’s 3G networks.
KISS Mobile’s Keep It Forever Plans are tailored towards users who want an unlimited standard national call and text package along with data inclusions. Pricing on these tiers range from $29.95 to $79.95 per month minimum. The Keep It Forever plans operate on Vodafone’s 3G network.
Finally, the Keep It Easy plans operate on a pay as you go basis with a minimum monthly spend of $3.95. Standard national calls on these plans cost 30c per minute, while texts are charged at 15c each. Data is charged at 25c/MB if you don’t buy a data bolt-on. Three data bolt ons are available at 100MB, 500MB and 1GB levels, costing $5, $7 and $19 per month respectively.
What extras does KISS Mobile offer?
KISS Mobile is the very essence of a standalone SIM-only MVNO, with no particular extra features on its plans beyond the essentially "no-contract" way its plans are structured. As such, you’re not tied to the provider beyond a single month.