iiNet mobile deals: Discount codes and coupons for April 2019

The popular Australian Internet provider has a lot to offer on the mobile phone front, too.

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To see the latest mobile deals from all Aussie telcos, head over to our mobile plan comparison page.

iiNet provides a wide range of broadband plans and bundles, home phone services and entertainment via Fetch. There’s no wonder the company expanded to include mobile plans as well, especially since 4G speeds are now faster than ever.

iiNet's mobile plans run on the Optus 4G network and are available on a month-to-month basis, without any pesky lock-in contracts to tie you down. You can keep your options open in case you stumble upon a plan that better fits your needs down the line.

Aussies interested in iiNet’s mobile offerings can pick between five plans, all below the $40/month price point. Inclusions vary from limited call credit and a couple GB of data on the bottom two plans to unlimited talk and text and generous data caps with the higher-tier options. iiNet doesn’t sell handsets, so you'll need to BYO phone to sign up.

The best thing about iiNet's mobile plans is that you pay for your service month by month, with the option to cancel at any time. That means you can leave the telco without paying any unexpected fees. Moreover, if you’re willing to spend more than $25/month, the company’s plans are fairly generous, with the top two options particularly appealing to those who call overseas a lot.

Keen to check out iiNet's mobile plans? Browse them all below:

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