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A boost to Australia’s prepaid mobile
Tue 12 March 2013 - 12:15 pmManaging | Staff | Tech
Boost Mobile have recently partnered up with Telstra to provide consumers with affordable, exclusive pre-paid mobile services Australia-wide.
CEO of Boost Mobile, Paul O’Neile said users should expect greater coverage, speed and accessibility with the 3G Telstra network.
“Big news for customers purchasing Boost Mobile branded products is they’ll have access to the 3G Telstra Mobile Network, providing even better value for money and coverage of approximately 99.3 percent of the Australian population,” said O’Neile.
According to O’Neile, there is no risk of an employee running over their $40 monthly allowance and if employees choose to use their work phone for overseas calls or premium services, they can simply purchase credit themselves and top up.
Boost Mobile launched in 2000 and was powered by the Optus Network until January 2013. They provide a range of UNLTD contractless pre-paid offers, products and services, which can be purchased online or at JB Hi-Fi, Big W & FONEZONE.
In the coming days, they will appear in Woolworths Supermarkets, Officeworks, The Good Guys, Harvey Norman, Betta Electrical®, NewsLink and a majority of petrol stations.
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