More Telecom Mobile Plans
More Telecom's SIM-only mobile plans take advantage of Telstra's 4G network to keep Aussies connected.
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More Telecom claims they are a forward-thinking and customer-focused telecommunications service provider. In addition to business NBN broadband plans, they also have a fair few SIM only plans for regular customers.
- Wide range of mobile plans.
- International call packs available.
- Network reaches 98.8% of the population.
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Compare More Telecom's SIM only mobile plans here
Whether you just want a little data or plenty, More Telecom has a bunch of SIM only plans for you to choose from.
More Telecom review: Why choose it?
More Telecom's plans aren't particularly competitively priced for the data it delivers and you might be better off comparing it against other MVNOs or even Telstra itself for a better deal. On top of basic plan inclusions, you get access to:
- International call pack. Get 120 minutes of international calls to 64 countries added on for an extra $10 every month.
- Roaming. Add on a 5- or 10-day roaming pack for $35 or $65 that gives you some calls, texts and a couple GB of data. Remember that roaming costs can add up quickly and you might be better off with a local SIM or other solution.
- Wide range. With eight plans to choose from, More Telecom has options for almost any amount of data you're after..
- Expensive. None of More Telecom's plans provides particularly good value for money, especially its 1GB for $20 option.
- No extras. If you want more features on your plan, you'll have to go with another provider.
More Telecom network coverage
More Telecom is powered by the Telstra wholesale 3G and 4G network, which reaches around 98.8% of the population of Australia.
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