Telstra has altered charging on most of its prepaid mobile broadband plans, expanding the data allocation on the cheaper plans and offering longer expiry dates for the pricier options.
The table below outlines the changes, which come into effect from October 21 (click for a larger version):
For an “insurance policy” mobile broadband service or one you’ll only use when travelling for work or holidays, paying $150 for a guaranteed year of coverage isn’t a bad deal. Sneakily, the cheapest plan now has a shorter expiry (21 days instead of 30).
You can compare Telstra’s pricing to other options on the market with our Planhacker prepaid 3G broadband guide (which will, of course, need updating to incorporate these new prices).