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Boost Mobile $300 Prepaid, 240GB Data, Unlimited Talk, International Calls $270 @ Boost Mobile

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  • 240GB data.
  • 12-month expiry.
  • Unlimited calls & text to standard national numbers.
  • Unlimited international calls & text to 30 selected countries + 3600 standard mins & text to 25 selected countries.
  • Stream Apple Music data free.

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      • +1 vote

        wifi calling is vowifi (Voice Over WiFi) whereas calling using data is volte (Voice over Long-Term Evolution)

        I'm currently with boost and I have vowiifi enabled and I can confirm it works. I have the option for volte as well, however, I don't have it enabled because I have terrible LTE reception and have never used it.

  • +1 vote

    I'm on Boost, it's fantastic. It's 4G, but it hits 300mbps

    I've also used about 5 Gig since May due to lockdown.

  • +1 vote

    The product history seems to show this frequently dropping to around $240
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/product/boost-mobile-300-pre-pa...

    Anyone know if this is likely to continue?

  • +2 votes

    guess I would keep hopping from $4.90/14.90 Kogan and other discounted prepaid sim packs for a while, no need to spend hundreds or even over a thousand for mobile these days

  • +4 votes

    eBay sellers still selling in the $240-$250 range, here $246 or best offer, also $5 off with your $5 monthly eBay plus voucher

    • +1 vote

      any good deals for recharging an existing account? Thanks

    • +1 vote

      or just price match at Officeworks for 257 if they have not updated their price

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        No stock at any Officeworks store that is remotely near me. Can you price match for a delivery order?

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          yes you can, and since the price is so high, you get free delivery, that's how i did it months ago :)

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      I love their other boost listing

      • 85gb $200 for $184.95, not bad

      • 80gb $150 for $169.95, lol

    • -1 vote

      shit on it

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    Anyone having issues ordering a sim? I get the following message when I try to order. Tried multiple computers/browsers all the same.

    SORRY, SOMETHING WENT WRONG
    We're sorry but experiencing technical issues. Please try again later.

    And of course as they're part of Telstra you can't actually speak to them. I rang and they gave me a link to contact them by messenger. Which isn't running at the moment.

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      get it from Officeworks and pricematch it to get further 5% discount

  • +1 vote

    does this data rollover after the next recharge? Can't seem to find it in their fine print.

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    Do you need to port in and out of boost to use this prepaid if you're an existing Boost customer?

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      Yes

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      This may be available as a recharge option. Click Recharge and see what you can find there

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      If you port out you will loose $150 80gb plan

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    The issue of Call Drops with those not having VoLTE enabled phones is being discussed here:
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/564827

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    If porting over using the website doesn't work instantly then you will need to contact customer service directly to have them do it for you. I tried porting online and after waiting almost two days I called customer service to do it for me and the rep said they are limited with staff now due to COVID.
    Be prepared to wait 1-2hrs on hold.

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    Let me guess, new customers only?

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      Yep. I put forward the motion that we have no more Boost "new SIM/port in" deals on OzB until we get some more recharge deals. You'd think OzB Boost users never actually recharge their plans.

      Porting out and in has the potential to be a pain, especially during the COVID era.

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      Old deals are much better, $150 for a year with unlimited calls/texts and 80GB

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    Not sure why I got downvoted.
    Customer service at boost is in lockdown, no telephone support just very average chat over the web.
    The website goes down
    The calls don't connect you need to try multiple times
    Volte is enabled by default and even when they say they did enable it it still doesn't work
    I have both Telstra and boost in a dual Sim as I couldn't stand boost any longer and in the exact same location I tested both, CBD Sydney, right next to the Apple store.
    50/20 boost
    160/100 Telstra
    It's a Huawei mate pro 20 so no 5g. Just boost is clearly a lower tier Telstra.
    Like amaysim is a lower tier Optus.
    Boost was good when I last had it but something has changed and it isn't as good