Singaporean-owned Australian telco Optus has unveiled a AU$5 add-on that will allow users to have 24 hours of unlimited data from the time that it is activated. Optus said the unlimited domestic data would only be available to mobile phones, cover 3G, LTE, and 5G networks, and needs to be purchased from the My Optus app. Customers that want multiple days of data bingeing will need to re-purchase once the 24-hour period expires, with the telco warning that if users buy the same data add-on while another is in effect, the early add-on will be forfeited. Postpaid customers will receive an order confirmation and expiry notification, while prepaid customers will need to check via the app. “This add-on gives customers the freedom to indulge when they want and the way they want to,” Optus managing director of marketing and revenue Matt Williams said. “This may involve bingeing Netflix on high definition for 24 hours, which would normally go through 72GB of data.” Last week, Optus announced it would be progressively switching on Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and Wi-Fi calling for its mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) on its 4G network. The telco previously only wholesaled data over 4G to MVNOs…. Read full this story
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