Thursday , November 23 2017

Vaya offers updates to data across their entire range of plans

MVNO Vaya is today upgrading the data inclusions across all their plans, but there will be a cost increase for most of them.

All four of Vaya’s plans are being updated to include more data, their $16 per month remains the same price, but you now get 1.5GB of data (previously 1GB), their next highest plan will now cost $24 per month but update from 2GB to 3GB of included data per month. Their $26 plan jumps to $36 per month, but now comes with 10GB of data up from just 4GB. Finally, the $36 per month plan will now cost $44 per month, but you get 13GB of data, up from 10GB.

Monthly
Monthly Price $16
(previously $16)
$24
(previously $22)
$36
(previously $26)
$44
(previously $36)
Data Inclusion 1.5GB
(previously 1GB)
3GB
(previously 2GB)
10GB
(previously 4GB)
13GB
(preivously 10GB)

Their 6-monthly plans are changing as well, with the same data inclusion updates and similar price changes:

6-Month Plan
Monthly Price $84
(previously $87)
$132
(previously $120)
$204
(previously $144)
$252
(previously $198)
Data Inclusion 1.5GB
(previously 1GB)
3GB
(previously 2GB)
10GB
(previously 4GB)
13GB
(preivously 10GB)

Vaya runs on the Optus 4G Plus Network and come with unlimited talk & text to standard Australian numbers (including 13 and 18 numbers). Users on the 10GB and 13GB plans customers can add 200 minutes to 100 selected countries for just $2 per month, or you can pay from only 2c/minute.

The plans will go live from today, so head over to the Vaya website for more information.

Source: Vaya.

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