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Optus Targets Budget-Conscious Businesses With $149 Mobile Plan

Optus has launched a new affordable mobile plan for small business owners, which provides four mobile numbers for $149 per month.

The telco’s new month-to-month Business Connect Plan offers unlimited standard national talk and text, unlimited standard international talk and text from Australia to 35 selected destinations, and 250GB of shared data across up to four included mobile numbers for $149. Businesses can also add up to four extra numbers for $29 per month on month-to-month Team Plans.

According to Libby Roy, Optus Managing Director of SMB, a recent survey highlighted that 92 per cent of Australian small to medium businesses saw fast and affordable internet connectivity as important or essential to their trade.

“In response to our small business customers’ needs, we’ve introduced the Optus Business Connect Plan which is unique in market and designed specifically to address the new reality of work, and provide additional value and options to help small business owners succeed, connect with their customers in new ways and grow their ventures,” she said.

The launch of the Business Connect Plan follows the recent release of Optus 5G Internet for Business, and is part of what Roy describes as the company’s commitment to provide customers with good value and a competitive advantage.

“Our new plan provides them with more control over their monthly costs, reducing the restraint of additional charges and confusing limits. This allows business owners to have more time to focus on what really matters, including their passions and growing their business,” she said.

The Business Connect Plan is available to new and existing Optus small business customers online and in Optus stores.

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