[Chat] SIM card advice?
willy6545 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 13 15:35:58 AEDT 2017
I'd second the Optus advice. I got mine in Sydney airport and it was a
special airport deal. I saw an advert on Tuesday on my way to Brisbane that
had the $30 SIM on sale for $15, so things may have changed. You have to
show your passport to prove you're a foreigner.
On Jan 13, 2017 13:36, "Steven Sykes via Chat" <
chat at lists.lca2017.linux.org.au> wrote:
> I grabbed an Optus SIM at Melbourne airport. 12GB, unlimited text and
> calls to Aussie numbers and unlimited calls to NZ. From memory I think it
> was $20
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> From: martin f krafft via Chat <chat at lists.lca2017.linux.org.au>
> Date: 13/01/17 13:50 (GMT+10:00)
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> Subject: [Chat] SIM card advice?
> is there SIM card advice around? I could just buy some Vodafone
> plan, but of course I'd prefer to support the underdog instead.
> Mainly looking for data valid for 10 days, texts would be nice and
> maybe a few included minutes.
> I'll be happy to set up a wiki page, for I could not find one yet.
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