3 introduces new prepaid cap plans

The new range of plans - aimed at letting users control where and how far their credit goes – start at $29.

3 Mobile has unveiled a new set of mobile prepaid cap plans, aimed at giving customers greater control over how to use their credit.

Customers will be able to elect which proportion of credit goes towards phone calls and SMS. And later in the year, mobile broadband will be added to this list.

The new range features a $29, $49, $69 and $99 cap. The plans include between $310 worth of call and SMSs for the $29 cap, and $2,750 of value on the $99 cap.

Customers will also be able to set up regular payments, either by scheduling payments for a certain day of the month or when a user's credit level gets below $5-$15.

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