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Boost Mobile (Full Telstra 4G) | 22GB Data + 11GB (First 5 Months) $40/Month* | Ult'd T&T + Calls 15 Countries | Data Rollover

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$30 plan - 12GB + 11GB on first 5 recharges

  • 28 days, data rollover
  • Unlimited talk and text
  • Unlimited calls to 10 countries
  • Unmetered Apple Music streaming
  • 100 mins to 40 countries

$40 plan - 22GB + 11GB on first 5 recharges

  • 28 days, data rollover
  • Unlimited talk and text
  • Unlimited calls to 15 countries
  • Unmetered Apple Music streaming
  • 100 mins to 35 countries

$50 plan - 32GB + 11GB on first 5 recharges

  • 28 days, data rollover
  • Unlimited talk and text
  • Unlimited calls to 15 countries
  • Unmetered Apple Music streaming
  • 100 mins to 35 countries

$70 plan - 52GB + 11GB on first 5 recharges

  • 28 days, data rollover
  • Unlimited talk and text
  • Unlimited calls to 20 countries
  • Unmetered Apple Music streaming
  • 100 mins to 30 countries

The price of a plan on the full Telstra network has gone down :)

Remember to setup autopay to extend expiry to a real month

Enjoy!!

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  • +2 votes

    not bad currently paying $39 a month for 15gb with telstra

    • +3 votes

      Head over to chat and ask them to be upgraded to the latest BYO 'S' Plan. $49 for 30GB, but then ask nicely for a $10/month Loyalty Discount. Worth a shot :)

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      If you can get them to give you peace of mind, then that 15GB turns into like 300+GB theoretically

  • +7 votes

    Apple watch eSim won't work

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    How is this better than the job hi fi 50gb deal for 45?

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    I almost pull the trigger then saw the line that bonus data is limited to first 5 recharge…..

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    Good value and options for Telstra, especially if you don't need as much data as the big jbhifi plans

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    and all the internation inclusions stay now. i was wondering what would happen after feb next year.

  • +2 votes

    Do existing customers have to do anything to upgrade to the new data plans or will it be an automatic upgrade?

    • +1 vote

      A very good question. I am on Boost $40, and I see the "You are on Boost anytime plus" in the app, however, it still shows 15Gb data.

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      Wondering the same - I'm on the $30 Anytime Plus plan but haven't seen a change yet.

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      Got a text from Boost today saying that we get more data on all recharges made from the 30/10/2018 onward. I believe this applies automatically to current users however we do not get any bonus data attributed to the 5 recharge special.

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        I talked to boost and it seems that you count as a "new" customer if you change from an old Boost plan eg those with weekend data to the new Anytime Plus plans. For users who are already on this plan, you probably don't get the bonus data.

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    Nice that the prices have dropped but these bait and switch data plans are highly dubious IMO. Condition your customer to huge data plans then prifit in months 6, 7, 8 etc when their excess data charges kick in.

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      But that won’t apply to these deals, will it? Boost is prepaid, so excess data charges aren’t a thing. You’d simply run out of data.

  • +1 vote

    It's NOT 4GX!

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    If you say went overseas for a month and didn't recharge, would you be able to reactivate it on the same number when you go back?

    How long can it stay alive without recharge?

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    Ps for anyone with telechoice I just asked them if they will match this / aldi

    They said they are launching new plans second week of November, so it might be worth holding off for a little to compare

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    Does boost allow international roaming?

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      It's part of the Roaming & Premium Add on (below the plans on the same page). Costs $5 (that seems to be for the 28 days) with 500Mb data. Then check that the country you're interested in is covered and the rates. For example France is $2.50 per min (but is that for receiving calls, or making them?). 65 cent SMS sending, free to receive them.

      Compare that to Telstra which is $10 PER DAY and gets charged if used - so someone sms'ing you once will cost you $10 (and I found it didn't actually work).

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    Telstra Plan to Boost
    Not sure if this has been mentioned - if you're currently on a Telstra plan (not Prepaid) you can't activate online the Boost SIM you've bought. You have to phone Boost on 125 8881 and they send you a different sim (blank they called it). Then you have to phone Telstra to change your Plan to Prepaid (and possibly buy some recharge for that). Then you ring Boost to activate that blank SIM. I rang Boost twice to check this is correct.

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