There are a lot of different MVNOs in Australia, so much so that it can be difficult to determine who to go with if you are in the market for a new telco. One way is to look for what other people recommend and a case in point is Boost who has just won two awards in Mozo’s People Choice Awards.
Boost is a youth-focused telco brand but that does not mean that is just for the young — I have used them too. They have just been recognised with two awards in the “Most Recommended” and the “Network Reliability” categories of Mobile Plans, beating out what you would expect would be some fierce competition from so many other providers (47 to be exact).
The Mozo People’s Choice Awards are based on consumer feedback from research conducted by IPSOS, a survey management company. The results for this year’s awards were based on responses from 3,973 customers collected across March 2021.
Boost’s Network Reliability win was most likely due to its access to the full 4G Telstra network, Australia’s biggest mobile network, giving it coverage access that no other MVNO is able to match. All this while at the same time offering great value in terms of loads of data without any lock-in contracts.
“At Boost Mobile, we work hard to deliver great value products. To be recognised with these two Mozo People’s Choice Awards really validates how good our offers and service are for Australian consumers. Acknowledgement from your own customers is the most valuable recognition possible so these awards are particularly meaningful to everyone at Boost Mobile. Especially when you look at the hugely competitive nature of our industry and how passionate many consumers are about their network coverage and value in mobile phone plans” said Jason Haynes, General Manager, Boost Mobile.
Boost’s current deal is also something worth checking out with a bonus 20GB for the first three recharges for new and migrating customers. When customers recharge before the 5th of July on any $30 – $70 Boost Anytime Plus plan, an extra 20GB will be automatically added onto the existing data allowance giving them a whopping upgrade on data. Even the long-expiry $200 Prepaid SIM can currently be purchased with a bonus 120GB if recharged before the 5th of July.
Boost Mobile prepaid recharge offers are available online at http://boost.com.au/ or at one of 12,000 retail outlets Australia-wide including AusPost, BigW, Coles, JB HiFi, Kmart, Target, 7 Eleven and Woolworths. Boost also offer refurbished phones for those in the market for a new phone.