Kogan offers a variety of prepaid plans with unlimited calls/texts and generous data inclusions.
Kogan is a popular retailer with a strong focus on electronics, but also sells insurance, travel deals and mobile plans. The company aims to provide customers with cutting-edge value, whether they’re looking to purchase a new TV, smartphone or book their next holiday. This translates to their mobile offerings as well. Kogan’s prepaid plans come with unlimited talk/text and heaps of data, all at affordable prices.
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Customers interested in Kogan Mobile will be happy to know that the provider keeps things as simple and straightforward as possible. It offers four prepaid plans and you have the freedom to pay in advance for 30, 90 or 365 days. As expected, the longer you get your plan for, the more you save on a monthly basis.
Running on the Vodafone network, all Kogan plans come with unlimited talk/text to standard Australian numbers. What differentiates them is the data allowance, which varies from 2GB to 23GB. At the higher end, the data inclusion is more than enough even for avid mobile users, and for less than $50/month. That’s a pretty competitive deal in today’s crowded mobile market. You will have to order a SIM card before a prepaid plan can be activated.
As mentioned, you can choose a longer expiry date if you’re happy with your choice and don’t want to recharge every 30 days. You’ll pay a lump sum upfront but will enjoy your plan inclusions on a recurring monthly basis. Additionally, users can link their Qantas Frequent Flyer account to their mobile account and earn points for every dollar spent with Kogan.
As for add-ons, Kogan Mobile customers can purchase additional data packs anytime, as well a premier access bolt-on that offers credit for international calls.
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