Optus has launched its latest prepaid offerings, marketing them under the so-called “Epic” banner and with one plan tempting customers with 5GB plus entertainment inclusions on every $30 recharge.
Vaya has temporarily reduced its 12-month plan prices, hoping to cash in on the number of smartphones heading for Aussie Christmas stockings.
You have used 50% of your cap. You have used 75% of your cap, and it is not yet the witching hour. Bad luck – you exceeded your cap and good luck, we are charging you an arm and leg for it.
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