I stream, you stream, we all stream (for more data, it seems).
In response to the nation’s streaming love affair and call for more data, we’ve launched our new Pre-Paid Extra offer.
Designed to make unused data a thing of the past, the plan comes complete with an in-built ‘Data Bank’ feature. This gives customers the opportunity to save unused data for later giving you even more opportunity to stream your favourite music, movies and TV shows.
Here are some of the offer’s biggest benefits:
Greater data saving
This is the deal: unlike the traditional data ‘rollover model, customers on the new Pre-Paid Extra plan recharging $30 or more before expiry will have the ability to bank up to 50GB of unused data letting you save data over a number of recharges.
No expiry data
What’s more, you won’t lose any previously saved data – even if you miss a recharge period. The Data Bank will only expire if you change to another pre-paid offer.
And don’t forget, $30 and higher recharges include data-free streaming across Apple Music and live sport, including AFL, NRL and Netball, meaning you can listen to tunes and tune in to the latest match.
Bonus data in the bank
As an added bonus, we’ll be giving new customers an extra 5GB of bonus data to jump start their Data Bank when they activate on this offer using with a $10 or $30 SIM Starter Kit by 29 January 2018.
Unlimited free Wi-Fi
All Telstra Pre-Paid offers include unlimited free Wi-Fi data with each recharge, at over one million Telstra Air hotspots around Australia and 20 million Fon hotspots overseas as standard, so you can stream on without tapping into your mobile data allowance.
In addition to their numerous data benefits, our Pre-Paid Extra offer also gives customers who recharge $40 or more access to unlimited standard international calls to China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Canada, India, New Zealand, South Korea, the UK and the USA. Plus, for $40+ recharges until 26 February, 2018, you’ll be able to make unlimited calls to standard numbers in Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Vietnam.