Paying with a voucher is simple – you’ll just need to buy and redeem a new one every 28-days so you can keep using your amaysim service.
To help you make the most out of your amaysim service, I’m here to take you through what vouchers are available and when to use them, plus some other tips to help you along the way.
There's a faster and easier way to pay for your amaysim service
Think of using vouchers to pay for your amaysim service as getting on the all-stops train home – it gets you where you need to, but it’s not the fastest way.
Paying for your amaysim service online is more like snagging a seat on the express. Once you set up online payment with a credit or debit card, or PayPal, all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the amaysim ride.
As long as you have enough money in your account, your plan will automatically renew every 28 days.
Where can I buy recharge vouchers?
amaysim recharge vouchers are available in thousands of stores around Australia including Coles, Woolworths, Australia Post, 7-Eleven and more .
What vouchers are available?
With a few vouchers available ($10, $20, $30, $40, $50, $100), there are some simple rules you’ll need to follow when using them.
When renewing your UNLIMITED or data-only plan, remember to purchase a credit voucher that's the same value as the plan you're trying to recharge.
E.G - If you're looking to recharge UNLIMITED 10GB, you'll need to purchase a $40 credit voucher and follow the steps on the voucher to convert the credit to your chosen plan.
How do I redeem my voucher?
Once you've purchased your voucher, follow one of the below options to apply your voucher:
- Send a free SMS to the number 568 with your 10-digit voucher number as the message, you’ll receive a reply message allowing you to apply the credit to your chosen amaysim mobile or data-only plan; or
- Click Redeem Voucheron the Plan page in My amaysim
The credit lasts for 365 days, so if you have any left over after you’ve paid for your plan it’ll just sit in your account until you use it again.
Not so complicated is it? As long as you can remember the differences between the vouchers and redeem yours before your plan expires, you shouldn’t run into any problems.
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