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Optus launches new pre-paid plans that only charge for the days you use

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optusmyplanOptus has introduced a new prepaid plan where customers are only charged for the days they use the service for fixed and mobile calls, texts and data.

There are two options for Optus Prepaid Daily customers to suit light and heavy users with up to six months to use the credit before it expires.

This is aimed at users who only want to pay for the days they use their phones instead of paying for set amounts that expire after 30 days whether you use your allowances or not.

Plans start from $1 a day for an allowance of national calls, texts and data.

Users who opt for the $2 per day prepaid plan will receive unlimited calls, texts and 500MB of data per day.

If you need even more data you’ll be charged $2 for an extra 200MB or $5 for an added 500MB.

Customers can recharge from $10 up to $100 which will last for up to six months.

Each day will be charged depending on how you use your device and all plans are for use within Australia.

“With Optus’ new Prepaid Daily plans, you only have to think about the next 24 hours,” said Ben White, Vice President, Mobile Marketing, Optus.

“We’re giving customers the freedom to decide how they use their credit, based on their usage. Every day is a new day – if you don’t use, you don’t pay.”

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