Mobile phone network company Vaya is now offering 4G services on customers' post-paid plans for AU$9.
Vaya's plans range up to AU$45 per month, which includes 3GB of data with unlimited calling and messaging.
The company runs on the Optus network with 97 per cent of the Australian population in its grasp. Although coverage for 4G remains tied to the big cities at the moment.
Its post-paid offer works on a monthly basis, meaning users can cancel after any bill they receive.
The only catch appears to be that Vaya charges AU$20 for a SIM pack which is usually complimentary or a token sum. This would be the price of two months of coverage for people on the AU$9 plan but they get rid of the fee if you sign up for a two-year contract.
There appears to be a market for people that don't want to pay top-price but still want a piece of the action. Now it seems that you won't have to shell out for the super-fast network.
Posted by Peter Robinson