Usage on your cellular-enabled smart watch
Any calls made or texts sent on your cellular-enabled smart watch over the Telstra Mobile Network will count towards your mobile plan’s monthly usage and charges.
Your cellular-enabled smart watch will only work on a mobile network within Australia where there is Telstra Mobile Network Coverage. When overseas, it won’t be able to use a mobile network, even if your mobile can.
Using multiple devices
Only one cellular-enabled smart watch can be connected to your Telstra mobile service at a time. If you wish to connect a different device, you can do this via the Apple Watch app or the Galaxy Wearable app.
There is no minimum term for Telstra One Number. You can cancel anytime.
Tips for protecting against unauthorised access
If your cellular-enabled smart watch is lost or stolen, immediately unpair it from your mobile phone and cancel your Telstra One Number subscription via the My Telstra app or My Account.
Terms and Conditions
As part of the Telstra One Number subscription, you’ll be able to pair your cellular-enabled smart watch to eligible mobile handsets.
a) Usage and charges
All standard voice/video calls, SMS and MMS will be consumed from the post-paid mobile service, paired with your secondary device, on your account, for use in Australia.
All standard voice/video calls, SMS and MMS over the Telstra mobile network count towards the monthly allowance of the post-paid mobile plan your secondary device is paired with.
Accordingly, If your combined usage on the secondary and primary device exceeds your plan’s allowance on your plan, excess charges may apply. The monthly charge will continue until your subscription is cancelled. If you cancel your subscription part way through a month, you will only be charged up to the date of cancellation. Also, we’ll apply the ‘first three months free’ offer only once to any one service number.
b) Your responsibilities
It is your responsibility to ensure you have capable primary and secondary devices in order for pairing to work after Telstra One Number is activated. If your Telstra One Number subscription is cancelled, the paired secondary devices will not be able to access our mobile network anymore. It is your responsibility to ensure that you keep your secondary device secure from use by other people.
c) Cancellation or suspension
Telstra reserves the right to cancel or suspend your Telstra One Number subscription if you have materially breached the terms of your primary service (including your obligations to pay).
d) Other terms
The standard terms and conditions of your primary service also apply to your use of our network on your secondary service.