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Optus’ new Wireless Broadband plans

by Online Community Manager ‎2018-12-06 10:32 AM
Posted by (Online Community Manager)
6th Dec 2018, 10:32am
Optus

Introducing Optus’ new Wireless Broadband plans

 

From Thursday 6 December 2018 the new $60/month and $80/month Wireless Broadband plans will be available to both new and recontracting customers (including consumer and SMB customers using their ABN/ACN).

 

$60/month Wireless Broadband plan:

This plan includes 200GB of data.

 

$80/month Wireless Broadband plan:

This plan includes 500GB of data.

 

Both new Wireless Broadband plans are available in either a month-to-month contract or 24-month contract.

An Optus modem is provided for no upfront cost with the 24-month contract. Customers on a month-to-month plan will need to purchase a modem at an upfront cost.

 

To sign up, or find out more about our new Wireless Broadband plans, click here.

 

See here for a list of eligible devices for use on a BYO M2M Wireless Broadband plan

 

T’S & C’S

1.1 Optus Wireless Broadband

 

Fair Go Policy Applies

 

OPTUS WIRELESS BROADBAND (24 MONTH PLANS): Your device repayments are reduced by a monthly credit. If you need to cancel your plan there are no plan cancellation fees, simply pay out the remaining full cost of your device which will include paying the monthly credit value that Optus was going to cover.

 

SPEED – OPTUS WIRELESS BROADBAND: Speeds are variable on the Optus 4G mobile network and will depend on a number of factors including congestion, location, local conditions, hardware, software and general internet traffic.

 

The SIM supplied with the modem must not be removed and will not work in any other device.

ADDITIONAL DATA – OPTUS WIRELESS BROADBAND: If you use more than 50GB of top-up data on a single billing account, we may continue to charge you at the same rates, restrict your data use or slow your speed to 256Kbps until the next billing period.

 

COVERAGE: Coverage availability will vary depending on your device and location. Check coverage at optus.com.au/coverage based on your address and device.

Comments
Paddylee
by Valued Contributor
‎2018-12-06 11:17 AM

Does not cover if you have the b525 or 800s outright from a different Optus plan, if you can just get sim only instead of buying the same device again.