+ Wednesday July 24th, 2019


Boost Mobile has announced new inclusions on all their UNLTD plans, set to come in to play right now. The main change is that the $40 UNLTD recharge sees its data inclusion restored to the 3GB level which it had until February of last year.


A welcome bonus is the extra data which will be available each and every Sunday. The $20 UNLTD recharge sees an extra 500MB of data every Sunday while the $40 UNLTD recharge will see users receive an additional 1GB every Sunday.


If the new additional data isn’t enough, Boost also lets users purchase additional 500MB of data at $10 for 30 days – not the greatest rate when stacked up to an industry that seems to have settled on $10/GB, but when you take the free Sunday data inclusions into account this isn’t bad.


While its good to see Boost Mobile adding additional data added on their UNLTD plans, it’s a little disappointing that customers remain on Telstra’s 3G network and not its 4G network.

Head over to Boost’s website to find out more about the new changes.

Source: Boost Mobile.

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Maybe I’m missing something but to get 3GB of data with Vaya you would need to pay $64… Seems like boost is the way to go for large data inclusions.


Just use a blank Telstra Sim when you port your number and you will have 4G


Yep VAYA is at the moment better deal

Rob Pennefather
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Note that the new plans are now billed per KB, which is a big bonus straight away.

That $20 plan is very good for low to medium users, perhaps best on the market considering Boost uses the full Telstra network (if no 4G isn’t a problem).

Greg McPherson
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They would have hemorrhaged customers with the data drop to 2Gig. A bad bad idea.

And they gotta go 4G now.

Once they were a great deal. Cheap Telstra coverage. They’ve lost their attractiveness.

vijay alapati
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still prefer LYCA mobile 🙂

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