Score 5GB of mobile data for just $15 with Boost Mobile’s half-price SIM deal

Matt Sayer 14 March 2018 NEWS

$15 is a small price to pay for full coverage on Telstra's 4G network.

As one of the more budget-friendly mobile providers on the market, Boost Mobile is always worth considering when you're hunting down cheap prepaid offers. However, this week sees the Aussie telco step up its game with an even more attractive deal than usual.

From now until 26 March, Boost Mobile has slashed the price of its $30 prepaid SIM in half, giving you a chance to snap up a solid 5GB of mobile data for a measly $15. That's not it either, as the SIM also includes unlimited calls and texts to standard numbers within Australia plus 100 minutes of international calls to 50 destinations.

Boost Mobile also offers data rollover, so any GBs you don't use on one recharge will be added to the next one instead of immediately expiring.

The icing on the cake comes from Boost Mobile's network coverage: it operates on Telstra's 3G and 4G networks, but unlike most other smaller providers that do the same, it uses the entirety of Telstra's network – most competitors only have access to parts of it. This means you'll get the same reception and speeds you would if you signed up to Telstra, albeit at a much cheaper price.

This deal is only available by signing up online, so don't head down to your local supermarket in the hopes of picking up a cheap SIM while you grab your groceries. It's also important to note that Boost Mobile's prepaid plans operate on a 28-day expiry instead of a 30-day expiry, so you do have to recharge slightly more often than with some other plans.

To take advantage of this limited-time offer, or to compare Boost Mobile's plan in more detail, just use the table below:


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