That’s the theory, anyway.

The My Plan plans will be run on a 24 month contract, with the flexibility of the plans brought in because most people don’t know how they’re going to be using a phone over a two year timespan, which is a fair assumption.

The second plan type is the “Optus My SIM,” which features similar plan break downs — think voice in minutes and data in gigs — but run on either a month-to-month or 12 month contract. These plans are less expensive per month (from $25, in fact), but also include less talk-time and data. The new idea of extra packs of data and voice over on the My Plan options are also carried over here, too.

This new range of Optus plans will go into effect on July 1, and you’ll start to see the new Optus art in more places too, as the company moves away from the animals as fast as it can.