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Topic # 87878 9-Aug-2011 14:00
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As above. Will be travelling in about a month and looking to see who offers the best prepaid phone service with data, hopefully with a presence at Sydney Airport.

I can't use 850Mhz so it has to be another provider apart from Telstra.

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You've got either vodafone.com.au or optus.com.au and many other resellers






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That I knew. I was hoping somebody might have some personal experience about a good provider.




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  Reply # 504061 9-Aug-2011 20:33
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Uses the Optus network.

http://www.amaysim.com.au/

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  Reply # 504063 9-Aug-2011 20:35
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Three will have cheap deals. Just look on the carrier websites.

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  Reply # 504067 9-Aug-2011 20:38
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would suggest you go and have a look at
prepaidplans.com.au
there is a list of all OZ prepaid providers
Amaysim looks decent 1G for 10dollars if I remembered correctly




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