Boost Mobile’s new range of prepaid plans offer customers more data, more choice and more of what they want.
Designed for smartphone users who love to snap, share and stream, these new prepaid plans offer the largest total data allowance of any prepaid plan in Australia on $25, $40 and $50 recharges over a 28–day period.
According to Boost commissioned customer research, 75 per cent of Australians aged 16-34 want more generous amounts of data included in their prepaid plans. Boost is doing just that with the launch of Boost UNLTD+ by increasing the amount of data to use any time and simplifying the amount of weekend data so everyone gets an extra 1GB per weekend.
As well as more data, Boost Mobile has included unlimited calls and text to standard international numbers from Australia to Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, the UK and US on the $40 and $50 recharges.
The $40 and $50 plans also include unlimited calls and text in Australia, while the $25 plan includes unlimited text and 100 minutes of standard national calls. Recharges are active for 28 days.
“We know our customers are hungry for more data,” Boost Mobile Chief Marketing Officer Ian Blackhall said. “We’ve seen a 30 per cent increase in data usage over the last few years as people spend more time on social, stream more music and watch more YouTube and Netflix. Our new prepaid plans have been designed to allow people to do more of everything, at a great price.”
The new prepaid plans launched on July 12 and are available for all new and existing customers. Boost Mobile customers will have the option to move across to the updated plans or stick with their existing plans.