Finder exclusive: Massive 120GB mobile plan for under $30 a month

Posted: 22 February 2022 7:49 am
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You won't find this deal anywhere else.

The Finder exclusive from Circles.Life will give you a whopping 120GB of mobile data for only $28 per month, for the first 6 months. That's less than $1 a day.

The mobile plan reverts to 100GB for $45 after 6 months, which is still a strong deal considering the next cheapest 100GB plan on Finder costs $60 a month (courtesy of iPrimus).

This deal is exclusive to Finder, which means you won't find it advertised anywhere else. You'll need to sign up via Finder to be eligible.

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What else do I get with this mobile plan?

Circles.Life is known for its big data deals which give the bigger telcos a run for their money.

Besides big and cheap data, you'll get unlimited standard national calls and texts, all using the Optus 4G network which covers 98.5% of the Aussie population.

You'll also get access to a couple of funky extras such as:

  • 30-day satisfaction guarantee. If you're unhappy with your plan within the first 30 days, you'll get your plan fees refunded (T&Cs apply).
  • Free 5-hour SIM delivery in selected metro areas in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.
  • $10 bill credit for friend referrals. Get a friend onto this deal too and you can refer up to 10 friends for $10 bill credit each onto your account.

Is there a catch to this deal?

No, there's no catch.

All you have to remember is that this deal only lasts for the first 6 months. It will then revert back to $45 for 100GB from your 7th month onwards.

There is no lock-in contract or exit fees so you can leave at any time you're unsatisfied.

Also keep in mind that the Circles.Life offer is only available through Finder if you sign up before 31 March 2022.

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How does Circles.Life compare to Optus's own plans?

Circles.Life is a smaller provider that uses the Optus 4G network to operate. So it's only natural to wonder whether signing up directly with Optus might be a better option.

There's no denying that signing up with Optus comes with additional perks such as access to Optus Sport and its growing 5G coverage.

However, Optus's cheapest postpaid plan costs $45 with only 20GB each month. Even without our Finder exclusive deal, Circles.Life fares better in terms of outright dollar per data value. For the same cost, you get 100GB a month with Circles.Life.

The bottom line

Circles.Life offers more bang for your buck if you're looking at cost, data and network coverage. But you'll need to be fine with a plan that doesn't come with access to extra features.

Can I keep my number?

Yes, and it's so easy to do.

You can request your number to be ported when you sign up to Circles.Life (number porting just means moving your current mobile number to a new provider).

Circles.Life will do the heavy lifting for you. You'll get a notification that your number has been ported and your current provider will automatically cancel your old plan within 24 to 48 hours.

Find out more about Circles.Life

Circles.Life topped our monthly lists for the best mobile plan and best SIM-only plans in Australia. Still not convinced? Compare mobile plans yourself and see if you can find a better deal.

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