Vaya trims prices and increases data allowances
MVNO Vaya has altered the pricing or data allowances across its range of plans.
MVNO Vaya, a subsidiary of amaysim that operates on Optus’ 4G network has rejigged many of its existing month to month plan offerings with the addition of data to several plans, as well as price changes, most of which are price cuts.
The mid level Power Plan 22 offering represents a slight price drop from its previous existence as Power Plan 24 where, as you might guess, it cost $24 per month as distinct from its new $22 per month pricing. It’s otherwise unchanged in terms of plan inclusions.
Power Plan 27 has done something very unusual in the MVNO space, going up in price by a dollar to become Power Plan 28, but in return for that extra buck you do get an additional 500MB of data over the old quota plan.
Speaking of single dollars, that’s the amount that entry level Unlimited 25 plan has dropped, becoming Unlimited 24. There’s no change to its inclusions. Vaya’s mid-range Unlimited plan, Unlimited 33 has been given the chop in favour of the $5 cheaper Unlimited 28 plan with the same inclusions. Finally, there’s a significant price cut at the top of Vaya’s family of unlimited plans, with the Unlimited 44 plan going the way of the dodo in favour of the Unlimited 34 plan, which costs $34 per month. The downside there is that in return for keeping $10 more in your pocket, you also see a serious data drop, with only 4GB of available data compared to the older plan’s 6GB allowance.
You can see the specifics of Vaya’s plans in detail on our Vaya plan review page. Here are the simple comparable details for each of Vaya’s plans for your perusal.
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