Compare Vaya's low-cost plans to find the best value match for your budget and save.
Vaya is the budget brand of the amaysim group, with a strong focus on delivering no-frills bargain phone plans on a SIM-only basis. That means that you're not overwhelmed with lots of optional extras of dubious value, but instead served simple plans with easy-to-understand inclusions. Vaya is also notable for its "Price Beat Guarantee" that gifts you a free month plus price matching if you find a comparable plan at a non-promotional price from a competing provider.Like parent amaysim, all of Vaya's plans operate on the Optus 4G network and it offers a range of smartphone handsets for outright purchase, but does not pair these with any mobile plans currently on offer.
Vaya Month to month Unlimited plans
While Vaya's Price Beat Guarantee is one of its chief competitive pitches, it also runs special deals periodically. Here's the current suite of month-to-month Vaya deals:
Vaya 6 month contract plans
Again, the Price Beat guarantee applies, although it will only match competitors' prices and give you a single free month rather than a free six-month span. Vaya is understandably competitive in this space, with plenty of deals on offer. Here are the current deals for Vaya's 6 Month SIM-only plans:
How does Vaya compare?
Why should you consider Vaya?
Vaya's proposition is one that's strongly centred around simple value, and for most people that's probably enough. You don't get a lot of frills when it comes to bundled streaming extras or "data-free" activities on a Vaya SIM, but you're also not paying for extras you may not want or need.
If you do want to make international calls, Vaya sells an optional $2 bolt-on for 200 minutes of international calls on selected plans.
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