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ALDImobile

MVNO | Networks: unknown | Services: prepaid | Targets: Retail | Status: Prelaunch


Amaysim

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Founded in November 2010, amaysim is Australia's low cost mobile service provider


Belong

MVNO | Networks: Telstra | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Better Life

MVNO | Networks: Telstra | Services: postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active

Those on low-income benefits in Australia range from the homeless and long-term unemployed to single parents, disabled people and carers. This equates to more than two million people and it is these people who are most in need of a mobile phone connection. Our service seeks to address this, alleviating some of the social pressure and isolation that these Australians may experience.


Boost Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Telstra | Services: prepaid | Targets: Youth | Status: Active

Lifestyle ESP targeting the youth market. Switched from Optus to Telstra in 2013 in Australia. Boost Mobile in New Zealand was a subsidiary of Telecom New Zealand. The Boost Mobile brand was discontinued in New Zealand as of November 2007. In the USA T-Mobile US is selling Boost to Dish Network as part of the agreed conditions for regulatory clearance of its takeover of Sprint. Boost Mobile will continue to use the T-Mobile network under the seven-year agreement while Dish builds its own network


Catch Connect

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: prepaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Circles.Life

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Owned by Liberty Wireless. Since launching in Singapore has expanded to Taiwan and Australia


Coles Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: prepaid | Targets: Retail | Status: Active

Supermarket Coles sells prepaid mobile services using the Optus network. Allows recharges from its loyalty scheme FlyBuys


Commander

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

For its DSL services it uses its own network, or Telstra's if its own network is not available. Its fibre services are offered using the NBN network. It belongs to Vocus Group.


Dodo

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

Also offers fixed services and energy.


Exetel

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active


Fone Zone

SP | Networks: Telstra | Services: unknown | Targets: Unknown | Status: Active

Belongs to Vita Group, operates as Telstra dealer. Mobile services still available from its store in Tamworth, but not online.


iPrimus

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

Belongs to Vocus Group


Kogan Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: prepaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Australian retailer Kogan relaunched its MVNO Kogan Mobile under an agreement with Vodafone (okt 2015). It started services in New Zealand in September 2019


Lebara

mobile brand | Networks: Vodafone | Services: prepaid | Targets: Ethnic | Status: Active

The Lebara Group is a telecommunications company providing services in many European countries (currently Netherlands, Denmark, Spain, France, Germany and UK) including Australia using the mobile virtual network operator business model. Lebara Mobile provides Pay As You Go mobile SIM cards, targeted towards the needs of international communities and migrant workers. Lebara stopped its activities in Belgium in 2007 and Norway business was sold to Network Norway (now part of Tele2 Norway), Swiss operation was sold to Sunrise Communications (july 2013), while Poland was closed in March 2015. End of 2014 it launched services in Saudi Arabia. In 2016 Lebara Australia was sold to Vodafone, but it keeps operating the Lebara brand name.


Lycamobile

MVNO | Networks: Telstra | Services: prepaid | Targets: International call traffic | Status: Active

Lycamobile offers prepaid SIM cards with reduced international calling rates, focusing on users who normally use calling cards to phone abroad. The company has set up MVNOs in the following countries: UK, Germany, Sweden, Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, Portugal, Australia, Denmark, France, Ireland, Norway, Poland, Spain, Italy and recently US (March 2013) and Austria (November 2013), Tunisia (2015) and Romania (2015). Macedonia followed in 2016, and Lycamobile launched in Ukraine in July 2017. South Africa followed in 2019 and Uganda in 2020 It ceased its operations in Hong Kong in April 2018


Macquarie Telecom Mobile

SP | Networks: Telstra, Vodafone | Services: unknown | Targets: Unknown | Status: Active

Focused on business and government markets. Has about 70% of its customers on Telstra network.


Mate

MVNO | Networks: Telstra | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active


Moose Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Nu Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Telstra | Services: postpaid | Targets: Non-niche | Status: Active

Belongs to bank and financial services company Macquarie Group. Offers pre-owned smartphones that Macquarie Group previously leased to other companies. (Macquarie Group not related to Macquarie Telecom)


Ovo Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: prepaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active

An OVO mobile customer gets rewarded for streaming on OVOPlay. Any time that they spend on watching (and listening) on OVOPlay is counted up (called OVO Time) and given back as extra data that can used in the next recharge period.


Pennytel

MVNO | Networks: Telstra | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Relaunched in 2018. Was active until 2013 when the previous Pennytel was bought by MyNetFone. It is now backed by the MNF Group, one of Australia's leading tech companies.


Revolution Telecom

ESP | Networks: Commoditel (MVNE Vodafone network) | Services: prepaid | Targets: Unknown | Status: unknown

ESP featuring pre-paid SIM-only proposition and internet distribution, owned by low-cost telco Commoditel and boasting 15.000 subscribers as of June 2005. March 2020: no plans offered on website, not sure if still active


Reward Mobile

ESP | Networks: Vodafone | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Belongs to Pivotel Group, which offers satellite communications to remote locations.


Southern Phone

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

Southern Phone is a 100% owned subsidiary of the AGL Energy Limited Group.


Spintel

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

Started offering broadband in 1996, focus is still on fixed services but also offers some Sim-only plans.


Tangerine Telecom

MVNO | Networks: Telstra | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

Focus is on its NBN offering


Telechoice

MVNO | Networks: Telstra | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Retail | Status: Active

Telechoice is a telecommunications products retail chain


Think Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Belongs to satellite group Pivotel


Vaya

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Second brand from Amaysim. Amaysim bought Vaya in 2016.


Woolsworth Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Optus, Telstra | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Retail | Status: Active

Retail chain Woolworth launced on the Optus network in 2011 but Optus stopped its wholesale offering in 2103. In 2015 Woolworth relaunched on Telstra's network.


Yomojo

MVNO | Networks: Optus | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Offers discount with multiple subscriptions within one household and offers a family bundle with a maximum of 6 Sims




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