Vaya’s latest plan gives you 70GB for $65

Alex Kidman 1 February 2017

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Vaya's new plans are for customers with serious data addictions.

Vaya’s market positioning has long been one of simple plans that focus on value above all else. It has just refreshed its data-only SIM plans, significantly increasing the data quota available on its month-to-month plans.

The headline plan in this case supplies 70GB of data to use for $65 per month with a 30-day expiry period. If that’s more than you need, or more than you want to spend in a given month, other plans scale down all the way to $15 for a 5GB plan with the same terms. Excess data on these plans is charged at the current industry standard of $10 per GB or part thereof.

Vaya backs the plans with its own Price Beat Guarantee, which states that if you can find a cheaper plan, it will price match it and give you a free month. As we’ve noted previously the specific terms and conditions of that deal make it very hard for competitor deals to qualify.

Vaya’s plans operate on Optus’ 4G Plus network with full access, so this could be an excellent deal if you don’t need a SIM with any call or texting inclusions, or one to simply throw into a SIM-enabled tablet or laptop.

Here’s how the new plans compare:

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