+ Monday December 16th, 2019

Optus has launched new mobile plans as we predicted yesterday, with more details emerging about the build your own modular option and the premium Optus One option.

As expected all the new Optus postpaid plans include 5G network access, no lock in mobile service contracts and flexible device payment options (outright or pay over 12, 24 or 36 months).

Build Your Own

A great new initiative is the ability for customers to choose a puild your own plan option to suit changing needs on a month to month basis.

The new build Your own option allows Optus mobile customers to mix and match a range of features of their plan by choosing a monthly data amount, international calls and roaming data to start with and ability to increase/decrease every month depending on whether you’re going on an international trip, need extra data etc.

Optus One

This is the $119/month plan Optus hopes attracts high spending retail and business customers.

The offer includes “One-to-One Care” providing customers with their own dedicated 24/7 Optus One expert, with a unique number to call or SMS anytime so they are personally taken care of.

In addition, Optus One offers:

  • 500GB data
  • 10GB overseas roaming data to Zone 1 destinations
  • Unlimited standard national talk and text
  • Unlimited standard international talk and text to 35 selected destinations

What do you think of these new build your own plan and high end Optus One plan option? Let us know in the comments.

Neerav Bhatt   Associate


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Mark Williams
Mark Williams

Can this help Existing customers by changing their existing account/plan.

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