When you've got loads of mobile data at your disposal - the internet really is a magical place.
A world of streaming, browsing, creating and connecting is unlocked before your very eyes.
Despite mobile data being the cog that binds our connected lives, it can be tough figuring out exactly how much data is enough to get you through each month with your mobile plan.
We’ve put our $30/30 GB mobile plan to the test, to showcase some of the things you can do with 30GB of mobile data.
Watch 30 consecutive hours of Stranger Things
That’s right, go ahead and watch Eleven and the gang kick butt. Or maybe try something that’s new on Netflix now that you’ve got the data for it.
Listen to 200 hours of 'Never Gonna Give You Up' on repea
NEVER GONNA LET YOU DOWN! NEVER GONNA RUN AROUND AND DESERT YOU! Play out loud on your speakers, or jam on your own with your headphones on.
Indulge in 60 hours of YouTube
(and still have spare data to enjoy some spicy memes)
Mukbang, travel vlogs, a hydraulic press squashing objects, and the old faithful Animal Documentaries – YouTube is the place to be for wholesome content. And you’re flat out missing out if you don’t find yourself in a deep YouTube vortex during the colder winter months.
Scroll for 83 hours on TikTok
Who hasn’t found themself just scrolling and scrolling through TikTok? We definitely have. And with 30GB of data, you’ll have plenty of time to do it!
Power through 1,500 games of Fortnite
Yep. That’s enough flossin for today folks. Amongst other games you can play on your phone with your friends, you can easily spend hours playing Fortnite.
We could go on and on, but we're sure you get the point. Big data plans are tops for internet addicts like ourselves.
If you’re looking to get more bang for your buck and reap the benefits of a 30GB mobile plan, just select buy now next to the 30GB mobile plan and we’ll arrange for a SIM to be posted out free of charge.
When signing up, you can choose to bring your existing number across to amaysim, or can select a new one - simple!
Note: The figures listed in this post are rough estimates to showcase the things you can do with 30GB of data, however, should only be used as a guide.