With Covid-19 lockdown taking affect and more and more people now working from home and wanting to stay connected with friends and family, MVNO telco Amaysim has launched its second mobile plan in a few weeks since it added extra data to its current plans due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The plan, which is being offered to new customers who sign up online to a $40 mobile plan will pay only $15 for the first renewal/recharge and receive a massive 55GB of data, for the life of the plan – which is a good deal when compared to other plans around.

Amaysim Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Peter O’Connell has said that:

“We know the last month has been extremely challenging for Australians, and it’s more important than ever that we’re able to stay connected with family, friends and colleagues.

We had such an overwhelmingly positive response from those who received the additional data last week that we decided to take it one step further and offer some serious value to our new customers.

At amaysim our customers are at the heart of everything we do – whether that’s giving unlimited data over the summer or topping them up with data when they really need it – we want our customers to know that we’re here and we will support them through this difficult time,”

This offer ends 30 April with data remaining at 55GB for $40 per renewal for the life of the plan. The plan also – like all other Amaysim plans – comes with unlimited standard national talk and text.

If you would like to have a look at this new plan or check out all the other Amaysim plans available, you can simply head over to their website to get more information.

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James
James
6 months ago

How is this great for the covid lockdown? The lockdown is going to last for months and peoples lives will be affected for obvious health and financial reasons. You get someone in with $15 for the first 28 days (it’s not even ONE month) and then it jumps up 267% to $40? Of course one can change, but then that person has to arrange another provider to send out a sim or that person has to get out of the house and go to a store. Then you have to port your service which may result in a disruption of… Read more »

Tom Sekulic
Tom Sekulic
6 months ago

https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/529061

This is a much better deal: $4.50 for *three* months and 60Gb data on *full* Optus 4G network!