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Amaysim adds even more data and value to its SIM-only mobile plans

Amaysim has just unveiled a new range of SIM only mobile plans that offer even more data inclusions to suit mild, moderate and heavy smartphone users in their bid to offer the best “dollar to data” value.

There are four new Amaysim plans which also come with unlimited calls and texts to standard Australian numbers and an additional 10 countries for international calls.

All Amaysim plans run on the Optus 4G Plus network.

They start at $25 (2GB), $30 (5GB), $40 (10GB) and $50 (14GB) per 28 days and are available to all new and existing Amaysim customers.

Amaysim was one of the first companies to offer no lock-in SIM only mobile plans and these are designed to offer customers a value alternative to the major operators.

“We know that people are data hungry and usage continues to grow rapidly,” said Amaysim commercial director of mobile, Maik Retzlaff

“In fact, mobile data usage increased by as much as 69 per cent between 2015 and 2016 – that’s why we’ve upped the ante on all our data inclusions.

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“As usual, all our plans come with no lock-in contracts, making it easy for existing and new Amaysim customers to pick the plan that’s right for them”.

Optus and Telstra have $50 SIM only plans which are recharged every 28 days and offer 10GB and 4GB of data respectively.

Vodafone also has a $50 plan with 12GB of data that is recharged every 35 days.

Kogan Mobile has a $49.90 plan with the same 14GB data offering as Amaysim with a recharge every 30 days.

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But the Kogan Mobile plan does not include unlimited standard calls to 10 countries or unlimited standard SMS and MMS to 32 countries that the Amaysim plan offers.

Amaysim customers can shift their plans up or down between renewals to suit their needs with no switching costs.

www.amaysim.com.au

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