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Special offers are becoming more and more popular. I usually cover special offers via our fortnightly newsletter however I thought you might prefer to see them on our home page. You can now keep track of them and tell others about them. There are a few special offers around at the moment.
Hello Mobile Unlimited 40 Half Price Offer
Get started with Hello Mobile Unlimited 40 and enjoy Unlimited Calls and TXT plus 4GB of data for only $19.95 (credit expiry is 30 days). This offer applies to your first recharge only. The offer is valid until the end of April 2014. Use this link to save $20 on your Unlimited 40 Starter Kit.
Amaysim 50% OFF First Month
Amaysim is offering 50% your first month’s access to the Amaysim Unlimited plan. Normally $39.90 with a 30 day recharge, now just $20 for your first month.
Yatango Free Trial
The Yatango Free trial is back (limited time). Try Yatango free for 30 days and enjoy 600 TXT, 600 minutes and 1GB of data worth $40+/mth. At the end of the 30 day trial decide to stay or go.
Vodafone Double your Data – Sim Only Month to Month Plans
Connect on any of our SIM Only plans before 29 April 2014 to enjoy double the included monthly data for up to 6 months. To get the full 6 months of double data, just stay on the same month to month plan without moving after this date. Ends 29/4/14.
Virgin Bonus Data on its Sim Only BYO Plans
Virgin Mobile is offering double your data on its BYO $50 and $80 plans. The $50 plan now offers up to 3GB of data and the $80 plan offers up to 6GB of data. Offer expires 11/5/14.
- Ultra fast 4G data is coming in May
- Pack prices are increasing on May 5th
- We’re doubling the reward credit to $40 for friend referrals
Ultra-Fast 4G data on Yatango:
We’re super excited to announce that we will be launching 4G in May. Soon you will be able to enjoy a super fast internet experience with Yatango on any 4G enabled device! - See more
Telstra has recently announced that it will enable all of its wholesale customers to access its full 3G network and speeds.
This means that data speeds will jump from a maximum of 7.2Mbps to a possible 42Mbps. The change will place the likes of Aldi Mobile, Lycamobile, CMobile, MySaver, OzLinked, One Seniors, Telechoice and ThinkMobile at the same speeds enjoyed by Boost Mobile. – See more
Like TPG, Exetel has undertaken ongoing reviews of its mobile offer over the past 12 months with spurts of ultra competitiveness overtaken by conservative pricing which most wouldn’t take a second look at. Earlier this year, Exetel made an announcement that it would be reviewing its mobile offer and relaunching with plans that everyone would find value in. – See more
Data excess usage charges apply when your data allocation has been used up and you continue to use the internet paying a PAYG rate of data for any excess usage. The price paid for this excess usage is usually charged per Megabyte and is 10x or more higher than what you where paying per MB with your actual data allowance.
Excess usage charges are not only a problem for customers with a mobile contract, they apply equally for prepaid customers and in-fact many prepaid customers would see them as the Pay As You Go (PAYG) charges for data. – See more
Once a real contender in the monthly mobile plan market, TPG is gradually rebuilding its sim only mobile plan range. Whilst pricing is not razor sharp like we used to see a few years ago and TPG remain with Optus 3G (no talk of 4G), atleast we have plans and the range is slowly starting to grow again.
TPG recently launched their Plus Plans. Two new plans with low cost PAYG call and TXT rates. The Talk Plus option focusses on calls and the Data Plus on data. Both run on the Optus 3G network and the dreaded $40 starter fee still applies which is made up of a $20 sim card fee and the $20 prepayment (deposit).- See more
Today Andy Taylor, CEO of Yatango Mobile shared 30 minutes of his day to provide prepaidplans.com.au readers with an insight into the prepaid mobile market, specifically the MVNO market.
Yatango was launched just over 12 months ago and has according to Andy made an important footprint into the congested and ultra competitive Australian mobile plan landscape. Runs on the board equate to customers and so far, Yatango has exceeded their year one goal whilst many have fallen away. - See more