Boost Mobile adds $70 prepaid plan

More data across the board.

New Boost Anytime Plus mobile plans now include the availability of a $70 price point and increased data inclusions, from 2GB up to 7GB, across existing plans $30 and more.

All plans from $30 and up also include data rollover, with unused data rolling over to use with the next recharge and unlimited standard international calls to selected destinations.

Boost Mobile will also be adding a bonus 11GB on the first five $30+ recharges for new and migrating customers as part of a limited Christmas offer. To be eligible for bonus data the first recharge must be made before 25 February 2019 and the remaining four recharges must be made by 30 June 2019.

Boost Mobile brand ambassador and motocross champion, Chad Reed

The new $70 recharge offers Boost customers unlimited standard call and texts and 52GB of data, all for use within Australia, with a 28-day expiry. Users will receive unlimited standard international calls to a select 20 countries, plus 100 minutes of calls to a further 30 select destinations.

Boost Mobile general manager, Jason Haynes said, “At Boost Mobile, we are all about satisfaction this summer. Taking out the Canstar Blue award for Most Satisfied prepaid mobile customers, this year was just the start. We are working hard to keep our title, and keep our customers satisfied.

“We believe our winning combination is more data, more speed, more choice and 4G on the Telstra mobile network. It comes as no surprise that Aussies rely on data each and every day, so we wanted to make sure we were offering more data across all our plans, as well as introduce a new price-point so that our customers have more choice, and can choose a plan that best suits their lifestyle.”

To promote the new Anytime plans, Boost Mobile is working with its brand ambassadors including motocross champion Chad Reed and WSL Surfer Connor O’Leary.

Boost Mobile prepaid offers will be available from October 30, 2018 online at http://boost.com.au/ or AusPost, BigW, Coles, JB Hi-Fi, Kmart, Target, 7 Eleven and Woolworths.

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