Vaya, the SIM-only mobile provider, has responded to Australia’s increasing appetite for data by upping the inclusions across its entire suite of month-to-month and 6-month plans for new and existing customers.
Pre-sales for the highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note8 have now begun in Australia, and Amaysim is offering a complimentary phone plan of up to 14GB for six-renewals with all pre-sale purchases of the Note8.
Virgin Mobile has followed Vodafone's lead by announcing it will double data on selected plans as part of a Christmas promotion, but the offer will only apply to two postpaid plans.
Optus has today announced the launch of a new mobile plan it describes as "entry level", claiming the plan will reduce the likelihood of bill shock.
Vodafone has announced three new mobile phone plans in Australia under the "Red" brand, boasting unlimited calls and text and guaranteeing Australian-based customer service.
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