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Topic # 199075 3-Aug-2016 18:11
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I am holidaying Australia with a party of four.  Cell phones is not merely a nice to have but a responsibility.As a minimum two of us bought roaming data packs from our New Zealand Carrier.  Viber Watsap etc

 

SUCKAs

 

Current Coles AU$10 Sim and starter would have given much better value.

 

The Optus has a 10 day expiry to put some people off but, bloody, the NZ roaming 300Mb pack is only good for 7 days and retains the classic got ya of promising to gobble up all your remaining credit at 50c a Meg. 

 

Optus network: 3G (UMTS 900MHz/2100MHz) and/or 4G Plus (FDD LTE 700 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600 /TD LTE 2300 MHz).

 

Correct me if I am wronk.

 

Graeme


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  Reply # 1603783 3-Aug-2016 18:50
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Optus has a $2 / day SIM that gives you 500 Meg data  / day and unlimited Ozzy minutes.   Calling home to NZ was from memory about 5c / min.





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  Reply # 1603789 3-Aug-2016 19:07
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Check out amaysim




Check out my LPFM Radio Station at www.thecheese.co.nz cool


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  Reply # 1603848 3-Aug-2016 20:57
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ZollyMonsta: Check out amaysim

 

Looks like they're ditched their draconian data session rounding so might be usable now.

 

Last time I used amaysim about 2 years ago the counter on my phone showed around 200MB over a 2 day weekend yet I chewed through an entire 1GB data pack.

 

 


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