Best value Telstra deals May 2018
If you’re looking to take advantage of Telstra’s extensive network coverage on a new plan and want to make sure you get the best offer, check out these great value Telstra deals.
When 4G connectivity was a new technology and Telstra was a global pioneer in rolling out its super-fast mobile network, there was a very obvious justification for the premium price tag the network charged for its services.
These days, rival networks have worked hard to offer comparable services. But while coverage maps show different areas of strength for the different networks, Telstra can still claim the title of widest coverage for its 4G network. It can also claim the fastest speeds, with support for Category 11 devices with theoretical download speeds of up to 600Mbps, and Category 16 devices promised for delivery this year offering download speeds of up to 1Gbps.
It’s not just in network quality that Telstra tries to differentiate itself either. The telco also has a number of added incentives to try and persuade you to sign up to its premium plans, which are often overlooked on the value front.
One key example of these bonus value offerings is the fact that Telstra offers a bundled 6- or 12-month subscription to Apple Music with its contract plans. There are also bonus 3 month subscriptions to Netflix, Stan and Presto plus 3 new release rentals from BigPond Movies if you sign up to the L & XL Go Mobile Plus and L Go Mobile Plus BYO plans.
Depending on your selected plan, you can also get unlimited access to Telstra’s network of Air Wi-Fi hotspots around the country.
And despite Telstra’s premium reputation, there are still bargains to be had. Each and every month, we round up the best offers Telstra has going for you, so you can get the satisfaction of Telstra’s network without spending too much money.
These are the best Telstra offers for May 2018:
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