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Aussie Broadband’s new 5G plans have no speed limit

Aussie gives a green light to gigabyte-guzzlers.

Christie Graham
Apr 06, 2023
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Aussie Broadband customers can now access a selection of 5G mobile phone plans with uncapped speeds.

The well-loved telco offers three new no-contract 5G mobile plans and they are priced as follows:

All plans include unlimited calls and texts and international call credit to select countries. This call credit increases in value as you upgrade your plan but starts at $50 per month. Once the credit is exhausted, additional credit will be billed as PAYG.

If the allotted data is used before the end of the month, the use of mobile data will be suspended until the next billing cycle. Customers can choose to either wait for the next billing month to begin or top up their data for $10 for 1GB via the MyAussie portal. To keep track of their usage, customers will receive SMS notifications when they reach 50%, 80% and 100% of their data allowance.

As a bonus, until April 30 all new mobile customers signing up for an Aussie Broadband 4G or 5G mobile phone plan can try the plan for one month free of charge using the promo code TRYITFREE.

To access Aussie Broadband’s 5G service, customers will need to ensure they’re in an area where 5G coverage is available to them and they have a 5G-compatible device. Aussie Broadband operates under the Optus network so to see what Australian 5G coverage looks like in your area, use the 5G coverage map below to compare:

Christie Graham
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Christie Graham
Christie Graham is a tech industry expert and former head copywriter for Harvey Norman's Computers and Tech category. She won a national Newscorp writing competition to review TV shows on Binge, and keeps busy juggling her many hobbies including baking, painting, archery, stargazing, tending to her chickens, training her Border Collie, expanding her Harry Potter replica collection, and making lists (much like this one).

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