Telstra’s new ‘Travel Passes’ let you ‘make and receive unlimited calls and SMS messages to and from standard fixed and mobile numbers’ in Australia, and have a tiny 150MB data allowance with ‘Travel Pass’ in eligible countries, from 3 days up to 30 days at prices from $15 to $300 - but only for post-paid and small business customers.
It's not just you. Other companies find the cost of international roaming and overseas calls puts a crimp on productivity.
Multi-national mobile network operator Truphone will soon make its plan inclusions available in a total of 66 countries around the world.
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