Solved! Solved: Go to Solution.
If you head to the 'Long Expiry' tab and scroll sideways over to the end, you will see a "1 year expiry option". Just below that there will be a yellow icon that reads "recharge" and from there just follow the payment option and you will be able to place a credit onto your number within a few clicks
Just in case you have not already done so, I would also recommend downloading the Optus App as well, which will provide you with all your service details and present you all the recharge options/ plans available 🙂
You all good @MezF, happy to help 🙂 On the Optus App as well, you will also be able to access our 24/7 Messenger service where our support teams would be more than happy to assist with any enquiries you have in real time.
Stay safe mate 🙂