Dick now selling post paid mobile plans

Dick Smith has today announced a partnership with Australian MVNO Think Mobile

Dick Smith has today announced a partnership with Australian MVNO Think Mobile to sell post-paid mobile phone plans through its retail stores.

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Available from today, the retailer will a select range of Think Swift 3G Ultimate and Think Classic 3G plans that use the Vodafone 3G and Telstra 3G networks, respectively.

The move to offer post-paid mobile plans comes in addition to Dick Smith's already existing pre-paid plan sales, and sales of outright mobile devices.

Think Mobile's Chief Executive Officer, Peter Bolger, said the partnership with Dick Smith will allow the little known MVNO to reach more Australian consumers.

"We chose to partner with Dick Smith because it's renowned for providing great advice and matching its customers with the best technology solutions."

"Dick Smith has over 260 stores across Australia, which together with our choice of Telstra or Vodafone networks, allows more consumers access to our great value Think Mobile phone plans."

Dick Smith will sell two Think Mobile plans, both over 24 months. The Swift 3G Ultimate plan (Vodafone 3G network) costs $59.95 per month and offers unlimited standard calls, SMS and MMS messages, and 4GB of data.

The Classic 3G plan (Telstra 3G network) costs $50 per month for $500 worth of calls, SMS and MMS messages, and 1.5GB of data per month.

The Swift 3G Ultimate plan can be paired with the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy S III, Nokia Lumia 925, Sony Xperia Z, or the HTC One.

The Classic 3G plan comes with a choice of the Motorola RAZR HD, Samsung Galaxy Express, LG Optimus L7 II Dual SIM, Samsung ATIV S, or the Huawei Ascend P6.

The above Think Mobile plans are available from today through Dick Smith stores.

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Ross Catanzariti
Topics: post-paid mobile, Think Mobile, dick smith
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