+ Tuesday May 21st, 2019

Boost Mobile has announced new Anytime Plus mobile plans with increased data inclusion and international calls. There’s also new options for customers to buy data and calls in bulk with expiry up to a full year.

Boost Anytime Plus plans will see more data from $10 and up, with the increases ranging from 1.5GB to 13GB on the $70 recharge. Better yet, on the first five recharges, uses will receive a bonus 15GB each time. Data rollover has also been extended downward as far as the $20 plan, allowing users to keep that un-used data for the next month.

It isn’t just data though. Boost Mobile customers can enjoy included international minutes on the $10 plan and up, to a total of 55 eligible destinations.

Here’s all the details on the new Anytime Plus plans:

Boost Anytime PlusTM  Plans (from 26th February 2019)
 $10$20$30$40$50$70
Data3GB5GB20GB30GB40GB65GB
Bonus Data Bonus 15GB data on the first 5 recharges for new and migrating customers (ends 13th May 2019. First recharge before 13 May 2019 and the remaining four recharges by 2ndSeptember 2019)
Expiry7 Days28 Days
Roll-over Rollover to your next recharge if your recharge before expiry
Local talk & textUnlimited calls and text to national standard numbers
International callsUnlimited calls & SMS to 20 countriesUnlimited calls & SMS to 25 countriesUnlimited calls & SMS to 30 countries
100 mins & SMS to 35 countries200 mins & SMS to 30 countries300 mins & SMS to 25 countries

The bulk buy plans are interesting for the prepaid consumer looking for big data. With options to add between 60GB and a whopping 240GB with up to a year’s expiry, these are plans for seriously data hungry users. Granted, 240GB equates to 20GB a month, but for those who plan to smash some data in a shorter timeframe, this could be a very appealing option.

Here’s the details on the Bulk Buy plans (which do include a bit more than just data):

Boost Anytime PlusTM  BULK BUY Plans (from 26th February 2019)
 $100$200$150$300
Data60GB150GB80GB240GB
Expiry186 days365 days
Roll-overNo
Local talk & textUnlimited calls and text to national standard numbers
International callsUnlimited calls & SMS to 20 countriesUnlimited calls & SMS to 25 countriesUnlimited calls & SMS to 25 countriesUnlimited calls & SMS to 30 countries
600 mins & SMS to 35 countries1200 mins & SMS to 30 countries1200 mins & SMS to 30 countries3600 mins & SMS to 25 countries

The new plans are available from today (26 February) online at http://boost.com.au or via retail outlets such as AusPost, BigW, Coles, JB HiFi and more.

Chris Rowland   Managing Editor

Chris Rowland

Chris has been at the forefront of smartphone reporting in Australia since smartphones were a thing, and has used mobile phones since they came with giant lead-acid batteries that were "transportable" and were carried in a shoulder bag.

Today, Chris publishes one of Australia's most popular technology websites, Ausdroid. His interests include mobile (of course), as well as connected technology and how it can make all our lives easier.

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Just signed for the $300 365 plan. Total bargain

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At the moment 6 month plans aren’t worth it for new customers. If you auto recharge on the $30
28 day plan, you will get 35GB (20GB plus 15GB bonus data for the first 5 recharges). If you auto recharge you get 30/31 days not 28 days. So 5 months X 35GB is 175GB, plus 20GB for the 6th month makes 195GB total for 6 months, paying monthly costs $30X6 months=$180 for 195GB😍😍! The 6 month advertised plan is $200 for 150GB. This costs $20 more and you’ll get 45GB less😞😞!!

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