First it was Vodafone, than a few months ago Telstra. Now Optus has also decided to ditch lock-in mobile phone service contracts and radically simplify it’s plan offerings to just a handful of choices.
Five New Optus postpaid plans including $39/10GB, $79/120GB and $119 Optus One “luxury” will be available on 25th November and offer these features:
- Month to month
- Build your own plan
- 5G ready
- Can buy your device: outright or over 12, 24, or 36 months
Interestingly Optus is targeting high-end mobile spenders who feel that Telstra’s recent new plans don’t offer them enough value and international data.
The new Optus One option $119/month will include:
- Network priority
- Dedicated customer service (like an account manager)
- Premium perks yet to be detailed but will include Optus Sport
According to the SMH frequent international traveller Optus mobile customers will get to:
“Pick how much data they want including for roaming, and change this on a monthly basis”
What do you think of these new Optus plans? Let us know in the comments if you would be willing to switch to them.