It has been announced that communications and broadband giant Telstra has revised its recharge allowances to enable mobile broadband users to enjoy better value for money.
Communications and broadband giant Telstra has recently announced that it is going to be offering better value for money to mobile broadband users by revising its recharge allowances. The company said that the changes to recharge allowances would help to further satisfy demand for mobile broadband services across Australia.
It is thought that the changes in recharge allowances will offer mobile broadband customers to enjoy data increases that range from between twelve percent and one hundred and fifty percent. The cost of the allowances will vary from twenty dollars to one hundred and fifty dollars.
The changes will apparently offer broadband users far better value for money, a much wider choice of expire periods for their convenience, bonus credit to make standard national calls, and a range of other benefits that are designed to make things easier, more convenient, and more flexible for mobile broadband customers.
Telstra Consumer Executive Director Rebekah O’Flaherty said: “Telstra Pre-Paid Mobile Broadband is a great choice for people who want to keep track of what they’re spending month to month as there are no bills or fixed term contracts. Couple this with the speed and reliability of Telstra’s Next GTM network – the largest and fastest national mobile broadband network in Australia – and you’ve got an attractive solution for customers at home and on the move.” She added: “Telstra’s Elite Pre-Paid modem is the fastest 3G Pre-Paid mobile broadband modem in Australia. Additionally, our new mobile Wi-Fi option shares a Next GTM network connection with up to five devices simultaneously. And because they’re Pre-Paid, there’s no fixed term contract or monthly spend commitments.”