+ Thursday September 19th, 2019

The data deals just keep on getting better, this time with Australia’s fourth largest mobile services provider amaysim announcing a new $60 plan with a huge 60GB of mobile data.

The $60 plan includes unlimited talk and text to standard Australian numbers as well as a pretty generous amount of international call inclusions as well as the 60GB of mobile data which works out to just $1 per GB – all without a lock-in contract.

The international call inclusions are generous with unlimited international calls to10 countries including the UK, India and the US as well as an additional 300 international minutes to a further 22 countries.

amaysim CEO Peter O’Connell, said

Our new $60 UNLIMITED mobile plan is another example of how we’re bringing simple solutions and great value to our customers. At a price point of only $1 per gig and our commitment to no lock-in contracts, amaysim is now making mobile data usage more affordable and hassle-free on a plan that’s here to stay.

amaysim now offers a surprisingly diverse range of no lock-in plans ranging from just $10 including 1GB of data through to this monster 60GB plan. The only downside is the 28-day time-frame on their recharges which has seen some pushback from customers.

It’s a decent offering, and if you want to check it out you can head over to www.amaysim.com.au/plans/mobile-plans.

Source: Amaysim.

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