Begin Your Journey with Optus Business
We know how excited you are to start experiencing iPhone 4S. In the meantime, the tools below will help you stay on top until you are ready to use it.
I want to understand the first bill for my new iPhone 4S
We understand that reading a new bill for the first time can be confusing. To assist you, we have provided an overview of the main differences between a regular bill and a bill for the new iPhone 4S.


I just received my iPhone 4S handset
Activate your Mobile Service

Activate, Unbrick & Sync your iPhone 4S with iTunes

Replace regular SIM for a micro SIM for iPhone 4S

Tools below to stay in control of your business' account and usage regularly

My Account – Manage your Account Online

Your First Bill - Bill Estimator

1509 – Access free account information from your mobile

Simply by dialling 1509 (Free from Optus Mobiles) from your Post-Paid Mobile you'll have a quick, simple way to access balances, report payments and organise a SIM Replacement from your handset.

Menu options from 1509 are:
1. Account Balance and All Billing Enquires
2. International Roaming and Voicemail Activation
3. Activate SIM Card (SIM replacement)
4. Missed Call and Call Recall5. Change AddressUse
5. Change Address

Use your Mobile Overseas

Accounts and Billing Help
I am waiting for my iPhone 4S order to arrive
You can go to the following link to track your delivery.

Track Your Delivery

Note: If you are not available to receive the delivery, a card will be left and your handset will be delivered to the local Post Office.

The following information will assist you in getting yourself ready for your Optus Business iPhone 4S experience.

Backing up your Phone Contacts

iPhone 4S Handset Features and iOS5 Features

Terms and Conditions: Optus 3G dual band service is part of the Optus Open Network™ and refers to our UMTS2100MHz/900MHz coverage. Coverage available throughout the Open Network in 3G dual band areas subject to network availability. You will require an Optus 3G dual band compatible device to access the 3G dual band coverage, throughout the Optus Open Network™. A number of factors may affect coverage including location, demand on the network and use of external antenna. When within a 3G dual band coverage area, your call or data session may also access the GSM/GPRS network if your handset supports GSM/GPRS 900MHz Click here for full coverage information.