Optus Is Doubling Data On All SIM-Only Plans [Updated]

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If you're on the lookout for a new BYO mobile plan, you should get your derriere to Optus asap - for a (very) limited time, the telco is doubling the data on all SIM only plans. This means you can score up to 80GB of mobile data every month without paying through the nose. Here are the details!

Optus' double-data deal is one of the best we've seen from any telco in a long while. It's available to new and re-contracting customers only and has a minimum 12-month contract attached.

The offer ends on 8 July, but once you sign up the data will remain for the duration of your plan. You can see the full list of plans below. Click on each deal for a full breakdown of inclusions.

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For our money, the $45 plan is probably the best value - if only for the optics of spending under $50 a month. Data hogs with deep pockets might also want to consider the $65 plan which comes with a frankly ridiculous data allowance of 80GB. All plans also come with unlimited calls and texts.

To see how those prices and inclusions compare to the competition, check out our roundup of Australia's best BYO phone plans.


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    Be careful of 12 month lock-in with any telco at the moment. TPG is about to really shake up the mobile industry in Australia and this could cause some REAL competition in the market and even better deals. https://www.tpg.com.au/register-mobile

    tpg gives 4 gigs for $20 wonder why iphones show as vodafone network on tpg or kogan, and galaxies say tpg/kogan...apple wins in that thng..its so odd but yeah screw telstra those 8k deserve to lose their jobs what a pathetic overpriced always outage comp0any it is..why any fool would pay $80 when they can pay say $25 with a cheaper provider is beyond me, who goes to the bush seriously its your own fault if you live in the country, city wheres its at.

    Also keep in mind the unmetered video streaming is now a bolt-on for an extra $5 (it used to be included iirc?)

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