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Optus Pre-paid Turbo Cap


Price: Free with $30 recharge

Whether it be communicating with friends or family, organising a night out or asking a classmate for tips on the latest assessment, sending SMS messages is a huge part of mobile phones' appeal, especially school, university or college students. As a result of customers tending to SMS a "small group of friends," Optus has seen fit to release the Turbo Text offer — allowing unlimited text messaging to five nominated mobile numbers on any Australian mobile network. The recharge (which expires in 30 days) includes the Turbo Text deal and $30 worth of credit that can be used for national and international calls and regular text messaging, pay as you go Internet browsing or international roaming. The offer applies to any Optus prepaid service and can be used on a range of phones including the BlackBerry Curve 8520.

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