Gomo Mobile Plans Review
With many Australians looking for cheaper and more flexible alternatives to the big telcos, the popularity of small online-based mobile brands has grown. Unsurprisingly, the big mobile networks themselves are keen to get in on the low-cost action – the latest example being Gomo.
Gomo is a new digital-only telco in Australia, owned by Optus with one key thing in mind – simplicity. As such the telco only offers three phone plans on a SIM-only basis, but how does Gomo compare to the competition?
How does Gomo compare to other providers?
The following table shows a selection of postpaid plans on Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of lowest standard monthly cost to highest, then by data allowance, largest to smallest. You can compare these plans to Gomo’s plans, which you’ll find further down. Use our comparison tool to see all plans available on Canstar Blue’s database. This table includes products with links to referral partners.
Here is a selection of prepaid plans from Canstar Blue’s database with a minimum of 10GB of data, listed in order of standard cost, lowest to highest, then by data allowance, largest to smallest. Use our comparison tool to see a wider range of plans from other providers. This table includes products with links to referral partners.
The following table shows a selection of prepaid SIM-only plans with over 40GB data on Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of their standard monthly cost, from the lowest to highest and then by data allowance, largest to smallest. Use our comparison tool to see plans from a range of other providers. This is a selection of products with links to referral partners.
Gomo Mobile Phone Plans at a glance
Gomo is a small provider which offers three easy-to-understand plans, giving customers simplicity that a lot of competing providers don’t offer. Gomo plans include unlimited standard talk and text in Australia and renew every 30 days, and the two more expensive plans include unlimited international calls to 15 countries.
If you need more data, you can add a $5 Data Booster as needed, which will give you an additional 5GB. Gomo plans also include data rollover, so unused gigabytes can be stored in a data bank for later use (limit of 200GB).
Gomo’s plans could be a decent plan for your kids as it keeps things quite simple, although really it’d suit anybody. You can find further information below.
What does Gomo offer?
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Gomo Mobile network coverage
Gomo is a subsidiary of Optus, and as such uses the Optus 4G+ network. It’s safe to assume you’ll get a signal in most parts of Australia, barring areas with serious signal issues. If you’re unsure, speak with Gomo support.
While 5G access may eventually come to Gomo, coverage is currently limited to Optus 3G and 4G networks.
Features and bonuses
Gomo’s plans are simple to understand, with no setup fees or lock-in contracts. Below you’ll find the highlights of the Gomo plan:
- International calls: The Gomo $25 and $35 plans allow for unlimited international calls to 15 select countries, including Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, United Kingdom, and United States.
- Additional data: Gomo plans allow for a 5GB additional data booster for $5.
- Data rollover: As long as you maintain an active subscription, you have access to a data bank where you can store up to 200GB of unused data on any Gomo plan.
Gomo’s smallest plan is $15 each renewal, and offers 8GB base data. Gomo’s $15 plan also includes unlimited standard national talk and text to Australian numbers, and the option to roll over up to 200GB of unused data.
Gomo’s mid-range plan is $25 every 30 days, and offers 40GB of data. This plan also features unlimited calls and text to standard Aussie numbers, plus unlimited standard calls to 15 selected countries, and up to 200GB of data rollover. You can find the plan below.
Gomo’s largest plan is $35 per renewal, and includes 60GB of data every 30 days. You’ll get unlimited standard national calls in Australia, unlimited standard international calls to 15 countries, and 200GB of roll over data . You can find the plan below.
Gomo contact details and customer support
Need some help with your Gomo plan? Right now, the only way you can get in touch with customer support is through the website. Just head to the site and click the “Need help?” tab on the right side of the screen. You can also access help through the Gomo app.
How does Gomo compare to the others?
With Gomo’s focus being simplicity, there’s only a handful of providers that can be properly compared with it. Some are as follows:
Is Gomo a good deal?
Gomo’s plans offer some attractive value, especially with the inclusion of bonus data on the first three recharges, however if you’d like extra inclusions, then it might be worth looking elsewhere. $5 for 5GB in an additional data package is also quite a good price, and is there if you need it. Regardless, Gomo hits the nail on the head when it comes to simplicity, with only three easy-to-understand phone plans to choose from.