If you’re looking for a new mobile broadband option for your tablet, then it’d probably be a good idea to check out Optus’ new range of mobile broadband plans which have just launched.

The new range of plans is available month-to-month, or on 12 or 24 month contracts on the Optus 4G Plus network. The new range of plans offer several benefits including data pooling allowing you to share data between eligible plans on the same account and up to 100GB bonus data on selected plans.

Optus Managing Director of Product and Marketing, Ben White said,

We’re excited to launch our new mobile broadband plans which are perfect for people on the go. They offer fast speeds on Optus’ premium 4G network and incredible data inclusions – up to 100GB bonus data on selected plans.

The new plans range in price with their base $15 per month plan including 3GB of data, or you can go up to the $60 per month plan on their 12-month contract ($70 month-to-month) and get 200GB (100GB + 100GB Bonus) of included data.

Optus is broadening their inclusions all the time, with bonuses including access to the National Geographic app and an Optus Sport subscription included at no extra charge. There’s also options for Music and Streaming video fans to add in unlimited streaming from Netflix and Stan for $5 per month, or Spotify, Google Play and iHeart Radio for $5 per month.

To check out the new Mobile Broadband plans from Optus you can head over to their website to check it out.

Source: Optus.
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    Optua have a $35 byo plan with 30gb of data for nee and existing customers and have that plan way before everyone else.

    Lachlan Roth

    Still no Galaxy Watch 4G support?

    Chris Rowland

    Doesn’t look like it, they’ve not announced they’re selling it or supporting it yet.


    Hmm I wonder if $15/month is worthwhile to keep my old Moto Z Play as my Android Auto machine in the car dock mod…

    John Bousattout

    30 gig for a BYO plan from telstra. $39 dollars. Open to both new and existing customers.


    $39 is a lot more than $15…