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New Destinations Added To Optus Prepaid Roaming

Optus amps up its list of included destinations for its $20 Prepaid Data Roaming Add-On and extends the expiry for new and existing prepaid customers on selected plans.

Optus have added 5 more destinations to the Prepaid Add-On market offer – mainland China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and Thailand.

The increased expiry of 14 days also means customers now have more time to take advantage of the offer’s included 10GB of data.

“We are thrilled to be stepping up our international roaming game for jetsetters just in time for the holiday season,” said Vidur Rattan, Optus head of strategic projects.

“By launching these new Add-Ons, we are continuing to deliver our prepaid customers great value. With the addition of 5 more destinations to selected prepaid plans we want customer travelling overseas to use their phone worry free.”

“We understand the importance for our customers to be able to share their travel experiences with friends and family back home and by expanding our roaming Add-Ons, we are making it easy for them to stay connected.”

The new Optus $20 Prepaid Data Roaming Add-On also offers customers the following features:

  • New customers can now activate a $2 SIM via the Optus website and choose the $20 Roaming option. The $20 roaming option will only be available for activation on the Optus Prepaid Epic data plan. All SIM activations must occur within Australia.
  • $20 Prepaid Data Roaming Add-On can be stacked if customers are travelling for a longer period. For example, if customers purchase two $20 Data Roaming Add-Ons in one day, they will have 28 days expiry and 20GB data.
  • $20 Prepaid Data Roaming Add-On will be available on selected plans to buy via the My Optus app and the Optus website.

For further information on the new roaming offers, please click here.

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