AGL launches telco offering

AGL telco

AGL has today announced the launch of AGL Mobile, a new range of products offering mobile phone plans, providing customers with more choice on their essential services.

It will offer mobile SIM plans, all with generous data allowances, no-lock in contracts and discounts for customers who combine their mobile services with an AGL energy plan.

AGL chief customer officer Christine Corbett said AGL was excited to become the one place you can come for your home energy, internet and now, mobile services.

“We want to transform how Australians connect to the essential services that power their lives,” Ms Corbett said.

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“We’re offering customers simplicity and ease by taking away the hassle of calling several providers and becoming the one provider who can offer it all.

“By bundling services, we are delivering value, convenience and flexibility for customers, while also helping to make homes and businesses smarter and more efficient.

“AGL customers will soon be able to manage their essential services through the app, making it easy to monitor energy and data usage and pay bills.”

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The mobile service offers customers three SIM plan options which utilises the Optus mobile network. Data allowances of 5GB (small), 20GB (medium) and 50GB (large). The plans are month-to-month, with no-lock in contracts and a $5 discount per month for mobile services when combined with an AGL energy plan.

Last year, the company also launched certified carbon neutral offerings on gas and electricity products, an offer which will also be expanded to AGL’s telecommunication products by the end of FY21.

“We know that customers aren’t just seeking easier options, they want to know that the services they’re using are sustainable and contributing to a cleaner future,” Ms Corbett said.

Certified Carbon Neutral is part of AGL’s Climate Statement commitments which also targets net-zero emissions by 2050.

Visit AGL Mobile for more details.