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6-Month Prepaid Unlimited Text/Talk 150 GB Plan $99 1st Recharge + $35 ShopBack Cashback @ amaysim

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Long expiry 6 month plan from Amaysim, unlimited text/talk and 150gb. $99 First recharge, then $150. Optus 4G network.

Shopback also tracked for $35 cashback. Need to activate within a month to get the cashback.

Enjoy :)

PLAN INCLUSIONS

150GB data
Optus 4G Plus network

Additional data (if you run out) is $10/1GB

Unlimited data banking
Each time you renew your plan, any unused data will be added to your bank.

There's no limit on how much data can be stored in your data bank and no expiry period, as long as you stay with your plan.

Unlimited talk & text
Standard talk, SMS and MMS to mobiles & landlines

Calls to 13 & 18 numbers, and voicemail

Unlimited international
Standard talk to mobiles & landlines in 42 countries

Standard SMS & MMS to mobiles in selected countries

Renews every 6 months
Automatically renews for $150 every 6 months - how this works

Referral Links

Referral: random (609)

$10 credit to both the referrer and referee.

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  • Is 150g per month or for the whole 6 months?

    • +1

      It would be for the whole 6 months

      • thoughts so. thank u

  • Assuming this works for existing customers?

    • Usually they dont unless you port in and out with another carrier first, but cant read the T&C's as it says its unreadable when I download. That may just be my computer.

  • I do not think $99 is a good deal for 6 months.

    • +1

      But $64 after cash back is ok

  • +1

    Unless you are a very large user of Data, wouldnt the Coles (Optus) deal be better at 12 months for $119 (ends today)

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/661410

      • +2

        haha, thats the problem here, always someone upstages you……

        Good call!

        Just an aside, scroll to top after clicking link to see the deal $125 for 365 Day Expiry with 200GB

        • +1

          This deal is $64.00 after cashback so both of those deals equate to pretty much the same price as this if it was a 12 month plan except you're not locked in for a year & you get a lot more data over 6 months.

          • @WatchNerd: Except you can't get this deal twice with cashback and discounted 2nd recharge, it's effectively only for 6 months.
            If you need 12 months plan, get that one and if you need 6 months plan get this one.

            • +1

              @ozdesi: Sure if you want a 12 month plan then go for it, however this post is for 6 months so it's on topic.

              Sim slutting over 12 months is always going to be cheaper with more data because you're taking advantage of new customer deals.

  • This will be a good deal if your cashback tracks from Cashrewards or Shopback and you have need of the data provided and/or want unlimited call to any of the 42 countries listed for this plan…

  • +2

    Moved from Boost to this a few months ago and I am ready to move back.

    Plenty of data and they actually throw extra in occasionally.

    No VoLTE and poor reception during regional day trips are the deal breakers for me.

  • -3

    This is a poor deal

    • Enlighten us!

    • +2

      Not trying to be rude but is there a better deal than this for 6 months with these features?

      Unlimited International Standard talk to mobiles & landlines in 42 countries

      • +1

        Exactly

  • +1

    Just a note, be diligent with your CR process. I renewed 2 weeks ago to take advantage of the $35 cashback, did not track through and CR has shown zero interest in establishing why, or doing anything about it. Grrr…

    • This could be the reason:
      - Cashback is eligible only on a new service (SIM) which is activated within 30 days of purchase.
      - Cashback is ineligible on any recharges to existing services.
      Source: https://www.cashrewards.com.au/amaysim-mobile

  • i am trying to use a referral from the randomizer above but keeps taking me to a generic page. do we need to use referral at the time of ordering the sim or activating the plan?

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