Optus revamps prepaid mobile broadband with rolling data
Optus today announced a suite of new prepaid mobile broadband plans designed for dongles, portable modems and SIM-enabled tablets. Notably, Optus My Prepaid Mobile Broadband customers are now able to rollover any unused data when they recharge before it expires. Customers can pool a maximum of 50GB.
Optus' new My Prepaid Mobile Broadband recharge options are as follows:
AUD$10 for 1GB with a one week expiry
AUD$30 for 4GB with a one month expiry
AUD$50 for 7GB with a one year expiry
AUD$130 for 22GB with a two year expiry
For comparison, an AUD$10 recharge on Telstra's prepaid mobile broadband offering will net customers 1GB with a three day expiry, while an AUD$140 recharge provides 16GB with a two year expiry.
On Vodafone's prepaid mobile broadband, recharge options range from AUD$10 for 500MB with a 30 day expiry, to AUD$200 for 22GB with a one year expiry.