Telstra keep in touch pre-paid day2day plan

Telstra, Australia’s largest mobile network, has on 16 May launched the easy and flexible Telstra Pre-Paid Day2Day® mobile plan, with recharges starting from $5 for use for up to 5 days.

For a minimum of $1 per day, charged every day (AEST) from customers’ available recharge credit, customers receive daily inclusions of:

  • Unlimited calls and text to standard Australian numbers
  • 100MB data; and
  • Free Wi-Fi at over 900,000 Telstra Air® hotspots around Australia.

For those customers who need more data, additional data at $1 per 100MB block is automatically added for usage through seamless auto top up.

Customers can also easily make unlimited standard calls to one of 10 international destinations for an extra $1 per day per destination, including India, UK, USA, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia and South Korea.

“Keeping in touch with friends and family back home is easy with our new Pre-Paid Day2Day® offer, which gives our customers the flexibility and control to make affordable international calls when they want,” said Steve Long, Telstra’s Director of Pre-Paid Mobile Products.

“We developed the offer in response to our customers telling us they were looking for more flexibility and choice when it comes to their Pre-Paid service. This new offer will appeal to people who are looking for great value Pre-Paid service with low upfront cost, extra data only when you need it and easy access to affordable international calls – all on Australia’s largest mobile network.”

 

For more information about the new Pre-Paid Day2Day® plan, visit Telstra.com.au.

 

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