Telstra’s web site states that its service, including its mobile data, is free, but the site does not offer the full data package offered by most providers.
The telco has also said that its users will be able to transfer data between its networks as it does with other telcos.
Here are some of the other companies offering free or discounted data to its customers.
T-Mobile One of the biggest mobile providers in Australia, T-mobile offers unlimited data for $10 a month on its mobile network, and offers up to 50GB of high-speed data for free.
It has also made the data deal with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) available to all its customers, including those who have registered for its “paid” service, which is available for $20 a month.
TPG This US mobile carrier is offering its customers a monthly data package of up to 2GB of data for a one-off fee of $99.
Tigo This French mobile provider has been offering unlimited data plans for the past few months and now also offers its customers free data plans, but only to customers who register for its paid “VZ” data plan.
VZ is the same name for VZ Max.
Vodafone Australia’s Vodacom mobile phone operator is offering unlimited 4G mobile data for up to $75 a month, but it is not available to customers whose mobile numbers have not been activated for the plan.
Verizon The US mobile provider Verizon also offers unlimited 4g mobile data plans to customers, but customers must register for the VZ data plan which has been discontinued.
TCL Virgin Mobile’s network also offers free data to customers with a signed up number, but those who do not activate their number are not eligible for the offer.
Tk Telecom Tk has been giving away its prepaid data for the last few years and now has a free unlimited data plan for those who are not signed up for its prepaid service.
YouTuber FierceWireless’s customers are able to receive unlimited data at $5 a month from a variety of providers, including T-Mo and T-Net.
Ting Ting has been the most popular carrier to offer unlimited data to T-Mob users for years, but now is giving away the plan for free to Tmall customers.
You can read more about Ting’s unlimited data offer here.
Virgin Mobile and Tmnet Virgin Mobile users are now able to use their unlimited data on any of the carrier’s prepaid plans, including prepaid, with Tmcom customers able to get up to 10GB of free data per month for free for their own accounts.
Youku Now Virgin Mobile has also announced a free “virtual office” plan for its Tm2 and T2 customers, offering an unlimited amount of work-related data for users with an active Virgin Mobile number.
Verizon Wireless Verizon Wireless has been working on an unlimited data offering for its customers since 2016, but this is the first time the carrier has launched it.
Verizon is also offering free unlimited mobile data to Verizon Wireless’ customers, with unlimited data coming in at 1GB.
Viacom Now Viaco has been rolling out its unlimited data service to customers for several years, including unlimited data after 3G or 4G.
The carrier will be rolling out the service in select markets over the coming months.
Virgin Media Virgin Media’s mobile service is available to most customers for free, although customers who subscribe to the Virgin Media Plus service are entitled to an additional 4GB of mobile data per year for $50 a year.
VirginMobile Unlimited Virgin Mobile is also now offering unlimited mobile phone data plans in select cities for customers, although those with multiple Virgin Mobile phones are not entitled to unlimited mobile plans.
You are still able to sign up for the unlimited mobile plan by visiting the Virgin Mobile website and entering your information, but Virgin Mobile Unlimited plans are limited to 4GB and will not work with the new Virgin Mobile One Plus mobile plan.
TalkTalk and Vodel TalkTalk has been promoting its unlimited mobile and VoLTE plans for years.
However, the company is offering customers with multiple mobile phone numbers a free one-time-use plan to activate the VoLTY plan for $35 a month after two years of service.
This unlimited data offers comes as the company has also begun rolling out VoLTV, a new way to connect VoLTM phones.
Youmobile Youmobiles Mobile data is free on most TalkTalk devices and Vosmobiles, but some Vosmo phones have a data cap.
The company is also rolling out a free, limited-time “Vosmobile Unlimited” data package for Vosmobile and Vonnica VosMobile customers with two-year contracts are also eligible to get unlimited mobile access.
You will be required to activate your Voscello Plus account to get the unlimited data, but you can activate this account by visiting your My account page and logging in to