My first prepaid mobile experience was with Just Mobile. I found the service to be good (most of the time) and the rates to also be very competitive. The only reason I eventually moved away from them was because my credits ran out and I hadn’t recharged the sim card in a while and so the sim card was canceled by Just Mobile. All in the T/Cs of course so no complaints there. However when I rang up to get it started again, I must of called 5 times and got 5 different answers. I also got sent a sim card that I had charged with $50 that couldn’t be activated. So it didn’t end up the way I intended it to. Nevertheless, Just Mobile has 2 prepaid mobile phone plans, the Prepaid Plan and the Prepaid Cap. The Prepaid Plan is a very raw prepaid mobile plan with no credit just an 180 day expiry. You pay for what you use. At 19c per 30 sec, call charges are reasonable. This is what I had purchased.
The other plan is the Prepaid Cap. Now this prepaid mobile plan has the same call charges, however expiry is 30 days. To balance this out, each Cap ($19, $29 & $30) comes with some pre installed credit, $60, $130 & $190 respectively. For those that make plenty of calls in a month, then the caps will give greater value, for the occasional user, the prepaid plan is probably the way to go.
You can compare Just Mobile with all of the other prepaid mobile plans here.
Activation and recharging all happens online so its also very convenient. There you go, Just Mobile reviewed.