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Vaya Adds Extra Data To Mobile Plans

Another telco has announced an increase to data inclusions, with Vaya set to offer additional data on all of its mobile plans.

Up to 6GB of extra data will be available on the updated plans, some of which have also risen in price.

The plan with the biggest data increase also has the biggest price increase, but has improved in terms of data per dollar. This new $36 a month 10GB plan replaces Vaya’s previous $26 a month 4GB offering.

MONTHLY
 
 
 
 
Monthly price
$16 
(previously $16)
$24 
($22)
$36
($26)
$44
($36)
Data inclusion
1.5GB 
(previously 1GB)
3GB
(2GB)
10GB
(4GB)
13GB
(10GB)

 

“With market trends showing an increase in data usage across the board, Vaya is bringing bigger and better data inclusions to ensure it provides the best value for money for customers,” Vaya said in a statement.

An extra 3GB has been added to Vaya’s most expansive $44 a month plan for a total of 13GB, with the price also increasing from $36 previously. An extra GB of data has also been added to the $24 a month plan (formerly $22), while the $16 a month remains the same price but adds an extra 500MB.

All of the plans are available for slightly cheaper when commiting to a six-month plan, with pricing available below:

6-MONTH PLAN
 
 
 
 
Monthly price
$84 
(previously $87)
$132 
($120)
$204
($144)
$252
($198)
Data inclusion
1.5GB 
(previously 1GB)
3GB
(2GB)
10GB
(4GB)
13GB
(10GB)

 

Vaya runs on the Optus 4G Plus network, and all plans include unlimited calls and texts to standard Australian numbers. According to the latest data from Kantar Worldpanel Comtech, Vaya and its parent company Amaysim hold 4.7% of the total mobile phone market in Australia.

In the past week, Telstra and Kogan Mobile have both increased the data inclusions on their plans, and OVO also announced a new 100GB mobile broadband plan for $100 a month.

More information about Vaya’s plans can be found on the telco’s website.

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