Save 50% on your phone bill with OVO Mobile’s half-price deal
Enjoy 90 days of cheap prepaid calls, texts and data on Optus's 4G network.
OVO Mobile has always been on the forefront of the budget mobile plan market. Its prepaid plans are among the cheapest out there on a dollar-to-data basis, with a full spread of options for both light phone users and those with a serious appetite for browsing the Internet on the go.
Today, OVO Mobile is taking its budget focus one step further, slashing the price of all its prepaid plans in half for the first 90 days of service. This brings its top-tier Extra Large plan with 19GB of data and unlimited national calls and texts down to just $24.98 per 30 days, which is quite a deal for anyone looking to stream Netflix or to work remotely while they're out of the house.
Speaking of streaming, all OVO Mobile's prepaid plans benefit from data-free access to OVOPlay, OVO's sports and entertainment hub. OVOPlay offers live and catch-up streams of a variety of Australian sporting events, including drag racing, gymnastics, water polo and newly-added esports content from the AEL University League.
As excellent as this offer is, there are a few conditions to be aware of. For one, the deal is only valid for new OVO Mobile services, so if you're an existing OVO Mobile customer, you'll need to sign up for a fresh prepaid plan to score the cheaper price. Second, the offer requires that you activate auto recharge for the first 90 days of your service, after which the 30-day rate will return to OVO Mobile's regular pricing. Last of all, this offer is only sticking around for a limited time, so you'll need to sign up before 31 May to get in on it.
If the idea of slashing 50% off your phone bill sounds good to you, check out OVO Mobile's full line-up of prepaid plans in the table below:
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