Read more Big T just completely changed how its plans work.
It is now moving exclusively to month-to-month plans with no lock in contracts.
At Optus, its $40 consumer plan provides unlimited standard national calls, unlimited SMS and MMS within Australia and to certain countries, and up to 300 voice minutes to those selected countries. The consumer plan rules out ‘non-ordinary’ or ‘commercial purpose use’ but bizarrely the critical information summary for the business plan makes the same exclusion.
So we turned to the Optus Fair Go policy for clarification.
They certainly haven't been anywhere near the 1.2Gbps speeds that have been promised or achieved in the controlled environment of Telstra's Sydney office.
Coverage has also been hard to find and inconsistent.
Have you ever wondered how ‘business’ mobile plans differ from ‘personal’ plans?
Well, quite often for small businesses, the only significant difference is the name, according to our research.
From today members can start earning points that can be redeemed for for tech products down the track.
This is a first for Australian telcos, which is exciting. Read more All of these deals comes with free access to 5G during the trial period, which runs until June 30 2020.