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Boost Mobile Boost Data Plans for Summer

Boost Mobile has announced a host of new bonus data includes across their $30+ plans, and have also introduced a new $70 plan with a massive 52GB of data included as standard. These new hot summer plans come right after Boost Mobile received the Canstar Blue award for most satisfied prepaid mobile customers.

This latest bonus data offer from Boost will provide new and migrating customers with an additional 11GB of data in addition to the existing data caps for the first five $30+ recharges they make as part of a limited time offer.

Jason Haynes, the GM of Boost Mobile said in a statement “We believe our winning combination is more data, more speed, more choice and 4G on the Telstra Mobile Network, Australia’s biggest.”

Haynes said the new plan offers customers more choice so they can accurately decide on the plan that best suits their daily needs.

The bonus data also applies to the new $70 plan which, like their other plans, includes unlimited calls and text messages to national standard numbers.

The $70 plan has 52GB of data and thanks to the bonus data offer, customers will receive 63GB per month to use for the first five recharges.

To be eligible for bonus data the first recharge must be made before 25 February 2019 and the remaining four recharges must be made by 30 June 2019.

The new $70 plan also includes unlimited international calls to 20 destinations including New Zealand, USA, the UK, Ireland, China, Malaysia, and Indonesia; plus 100 minutes of international calls to 30 countries including America Soma, Cambodia, Cyprus, Malta, Mexico, Pakistan, Philippines, Puerto Rico and more.

More details on the offers are available on Boost Mobile’s online store and the offers are available for customers to get now. New customers can get a SIM card from Boost Mobile’s online store, or at retailers across the country including AusPost, BigW, Coles, JB HiFi, Kmart, Target, 7 Eleven and Woolworths.

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