Aldi Mobile has followed the late Kogan mobile to release new daily limits to its unlimited mobile plans. This is as expected and will make many who moved over from Kogan rather annoyed given many will have already ported not expecting these limits. The daily data limit is now 1GB.
The new acceptable use document date 14/9 (access here) details the following key limits:
5.2. We will monitor your usage on a rolling 30 day basis. The following is deemed to be unacceptable use where your service is used to do any of the following over a 30 day period:
i) make more than 2,500 minutes of voice calls;
ii) send more than 2,000 SMS;
iii) send more than 500 MMS;
iiii) download or upload more than 400MB of data on your 2GB data bolt-on on a single day on three or more occasions.
We will attempt to contact you and give you warning notifications to let you know when you are close to breaching these limits.
Use your mobile a lot making loads of calls/TXT and data, then these are the daily limits you should be aware of:
5.3. We will monitor your usage on a daily basis. The following is deemed to be unacceptable use and a severe breach of this Policy where your service is used to do any of the following per day:
i. make more than 480 minutes of voice calls;
ii. send more than 500 SMS;
iii. send more than 100 MMS;
iiii. download or upload more than 1000MB of data