Optus Offers Prepaid 4G

 

  • Unlimited free calls to Optus mobiles
  • Unlimited SMS to Australian mobiles
  • Unlimited access to social networking sites

Optus has just officially launched its 4g prepaid plans, allowing customers to get the same 3G plans but faster.

 

  • Unlimited free calls to Optus mobiles
  • Unlimited SMS to Australian mobiles
  • Unlimited access to social networking sites

Optus has just officially launched its 4g prepaid plans, allowing customers to get the same 3G plans but faster.

Before this, you needed to sign a 24-month postpaid plan to get access to Optus’s 4G network. The new offering allows users the same pricing as its standard 3G prepaid offers, which is great for owners of 4G enabled smartphones and tablets.

The plans all include unlimited free calls to Optus mobiles, unlimited SMS to Australian mobiles and unlimited access to social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn, eBay and Foursquare, as well as set amounts of data and talk time to other Australian and international numbers.

There are five value levels available for prepaid users, starting at $30 a month (500MB data, up to 250 minutes talk time), then increasing to $40 (1GB data, up to 350 minutes talk time), $50 (2.5GB data, up to 450 minutes talk time), $70 (4GB data, up to 600 minutes talk time) and $100 (5GB data, up to 900 minutes talk time).

Each cycle lasts 28 days, with the included minutes available to be used on standard voice calls to Australian numbers, 13/1800 numbers, voicemail and numbers in 23 other countries.

Optus just recently announced that its 4G network in the Gold Coast and Brisbane have gone lives. It may have to build more infrastructures for its 4G network to keep up with the competition.

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