Lycamobile offers you great local rates using the Telstra network and very cheap international call rates with many at 1/4c per minutes. Lycamobile also offers: High quality network, Free multilingual customer services 24/7, Free voicemail, Online account management, International conference calling, Missed call notification, Call waiting.
Unlimited Calls & TXT + calls to China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore & Thailand
Prepaid Sim – $10
15c, 0c to landlines
Free calls to Lyca Mobile
Prepaid Sim – $20
Prepaid Sim – $30
Prepaid Sim – $50
LycaMobile Special Offers
Lycamobile is regularly running special offers on their website. Here are the current range as at 20 September 2012.
Free Lycamobile to Lycamobile calls with no flagfall
0c to landlines, 15c a minute calls to all Australia mobiles, flagfall of 29c applies
Data at 15c/MB
Calls to US/Portugal/UK/Ireland Lycamobile are absolutely Free with No flagfall.
* Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, UK, USA.
Prepaid Mobile Review – LycaMobile (May 2013)
LycaMobile is still a relatively new player within the prepaid mobile market in Australia. Using the Telstra 2G network for their local calls I thought they would have received a lot more airplay since coming to Australia. Their focus has been convenience stores primarily, the same market as both gotalk Prepaid and Lebara Mobile. One thing I have noticed about Lyca Plans is that they have regular offers on their website. I have tried to keep up to date with these offers but they change very regularly (monthly basis and there is usually more than one) and our focus here is on the key pricing so that you don’t totally get sucked into an offer that may only last a few months. At 0c per minute to landlines and 15c/min to mobiles plus a 29c flagfall, the rates are OK and being on the Telstra network, you can’t go wrong no matter where you live in Australia (almost anywhere). Add in their very competitive international call rates and Lyca is a real contender. Problem is that not enough people know about them and their call centre probably needs a few more people in it. My attempts to ask questions via their helpdesk was average. They answered some and ignored others. In terms of call rates, they are competitive and credit lasts for 90 days. Lyca have launched a number of unlimited offers over the past 12 months, stsrting eith the Super Saver at $24 which is now $29 which gives you 30 days of unlimited calls and TXT and 3GB data. Only problem with it is that in order to access it you need to regularly call Lyca Mobile to be provided with an access code. This has proven difficult for some customers.Since this original launch they have also added the Mega Saver and the All In One unlimited plans, each with 30 days access, 3GB data, unlimited local calls and TXT plus loads of international calls.
Notes: 1 – rate per minute 2 – expiry period in days 3 – cost of a 2 minute call. Number of 2 minute calls made using credit provided to any network (excludes calls within network). Where no minimum credit is indicated, $20 is used.