Telstra has revealed that some of its popular pre-paid mobile broadband plans will get additional data allowances and extended recharge expiry periods.
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|New Telstra Pre-Paid Plans|
According to the company, customers who recharge $30 will receive 700MB of data (up from 400MB) while its $150 plan will now have 10GB of data (up from 4GB). In addition, the new 4GB allowance can now be used for 60 days and the 6GB allowance will offer 90 days of use before credit expires.
However, those on the $20 recharge option will now have to use their data allowance in 21 days (from 30 days) although it now comes with 250MB of data (from 225MB). All pre-paid mobile sessions will be charged per MB.
In addition, customers will also receive an additional credit which can be used to make standard national calls or SMS.
Telstra Consumer Executive Director Rebekah O’Flaherty said, “Telstra Pre-Paid Mobile Broadband is a great choice for people who want to keep track of what they’re spending month to month as there are no bills or fixed term contracts.”
“Couple this with the speed and reliability of Telstra’s Next G network – the largest and fastest national mobile broadband network in Australia – and you’ve got an attractive solution for customers at home and on the move,” Ms O’Flaherty said.
The new recharge allowances coincide with the upcoming launch of Telstra’s new Elite Pre-Paid Mobile Broadband Modem and Pre-Paid Mobile Wi-Fi on 26 October.