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Boost Mobile Debut Bulk Buy Plans With Extra Data

Boost Mobile has continued to lift its value proposition with the launch of its new ‘Bulk Buy’ and updated ‘Anytime Plus’ plans – now available to purchase from retailers such as JB Hi-Fi, Big W, Kmart, Coles, Target and Woolworths.

Claimed to be the world’s largest youth focused telco brand, Boost Mobile has raised data inclusions for its baseline $10 – $70 Anytime Plus plans, coupled with extended rollover to all 28 day plans.

Data rollover was introduced during Boost’s October Refresh, and has now been extended to plans as low as $20. Unused data will roll over to the next recharge.

The telco has also introduced a new bulk buy option for 6 and 12 month plans between $100 – $300. The plans will provide consumers with bulk data and International Direct Dialling (IDD) to use “their way” with a whopping 6 months or 12 months expiry.

“Boost Mobile operates on Telstra’s mobile network which has more than one million square kilometres of coverage than its competitors,” asserts General Manager, Jason Haynes.

“The option for customers to bulk buy with our new plans, means customers can set and forget, and be rewarded with increased value without having to worry about recharging and have more time to do the things they love.”

New customers can obtain the updated Anytime offer when activating a Boost Handset or SIM, with existing customers automatically switching over on their next recharge post February 26.

Other existing Boost customers can also switch to the new offer as per its current Change Offer process.

Further information and full terms and conditions are available on Boost Mobile’s website here.

 

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