5 mobile plans that are great for life after lockdown
Get enough data on your mobile plan so you're not struggling to upload your Instagram stories while you're out and about.
While you might be booking flights and Airbnbs for life after lockdown, don't forget about sense-checking your mobile plan, especially if you've downgraded due to stay-at-home orders.
Luckily, the start of October is flirting with some great deals that will get you a good amount of data without a hefty price tag.
Here are 5 deals that are standing out to us this month.
You can choose from:
Keep in mind you'll have to be a new customer to the provider to grab these deals.
amaysim – 50GB for $10
Thanks to a Finder exclusive, you can get amaysim's 50GB mobile plan for only $10 for the first 3 renewals. The same plan on amaysim's website costs $40.
And no, there's no catch. As long as you sign up via Finder you can claim the discounted price that'll stay steady for your first 3 renewals.
After that, the cost goes up to $35 per recharge which is still a good price for access to Optus's full 4G network.
But if you're really not keen on sticking around for the long haul, there's no lock-in contract in play either.
If you sign up today, you'll have 50GB a month until the end of the year, giving you plenty of data to stream Spotify and keep your social media feed up to date when restrictions are lifted.
This exclusive amaysim offer ends on 31 October 2021.
amaysim 50GB Finder Exclusive PlanFINDER EXCLUSIVE: 50GB for $10 for the first 3 renewals, then $35 per renewal. T&Cs apply. Ends 31 October 2021.
felix mobile – first month free
Signing up to felix mobile's unlimited data mobile plan will make browsing and streaming on the go stress-free.
You'll get get your first month for free, then $35 a month after. Your speeds will be capped at 20Mbps throughout but that's good enough for your usual Internet activities.
If your mates are complaining about their shoddy mobile plan when you see them, refer them to felix too and you'll score $35 in your account to use towards your next bill.
felix runs on the Vodafone network and is one of the only carbon-neutral mobile providers in Australia.
The offer is only valid until 3 December 2021.
felix SubscriptionGet the first month for free, then $35 a month. Use promo code FLX. For use in Australia. New customers only. T&Cs apply. Ends 3 December 2021.
Circles.Life – 100GB for $35
This one's a real gem from Circles.Life, which is known for offering big data at an affordable price.
Pay only $35 for the first 6 months for 100GB, then $45 a month after. There's no lock-in contract so you're free to leave if $45 is just over your budget.
With 100GB, you're looking at plenty of data to cover your social media uploads, Spotify tunes and even some cheeky Netflix streams of Squid Game with your friends if they haven't seen it yet.
This offer ends on 1 November.
Circles.Life 100GB Monthly PlanGet 100GB for $35 a month for the first 6 months, then $45 a month. New customers only. T&Cs apply. Ends 1 November 2021.
Boost Mobile – 40GB for $10
Boost Mobile's offering bonus data and a discounted price – 40GB for only $10 when you sign up.
This particular mobile plan from Boost usually costs $30 for 20GB.
While the price goes back to its standard $30 after the first 28 days, the bonus data lasts for your first 3 renewals.
For those looking to hit the road on a camping trip or live their best van life, getting as much mobile reception as possible is a must.
If you want to access Telstra's full 4G network (which is the widest in Australia) without the premium price tag, Boost is your best option.
You'll need to sign up by 11 October to get a hold of this deal.
Moose Mobile – 50GB for $24.80
Moose Mobile's offer is a standout because its discounted price lasts for the first 12 months. Plus, you also get bonus data on your first recharge.
Pay $24.80 for 50GB for your first year instead of $29.80 for 35GB.
There's no lock-in contract so you could choose to leave after a year or stay on for the standard plan inclusions if you feel like 35GB a month is enough.
Moose, which runs on the Optus 4G network, also offers Australia-based customer support in case you run into any trouble.