Kogan Mobile slices prices on longer term prepaid plans

Alex Kidman 25 October 2017

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Save up to 40% on Kogan Mobile's prepaid plans if you're happy to pay upfront.

Kogan Mobile has long sold on its value proposition relative to other MVNOs, but it's regularly bolstered that position with special offers designed to entice new customers through the door.

That strategy can leave existing customers feeling a bit miffed, but the latest round of specials from Kogan Mobile are effective for both new customers and those already with the budget telco. They relate specifically to the higher-priced 90 day and all of the carrier's 365 day plans, with discounts going up the more you're happy to spend.

Specifically, the Large and Extra Large 90 day plans see a 30% price cut to $68.70 and $95.70 respectively, with unlimited standard national calls and texts, as well as 11GB or 16GB of data every 30 days respectively. Kogan Mobile's long expiry plans work a little differently from most of the market, with plans sold on 90 or 365 day terms with data quotas that refresh (but do not roll over) each 30 day period.

On the 365 day front, the Small (1.5GB) plan is cut by 15% to $152.10, the Medium (6GB) plan drops 30% to $205.60 and the Large (11GB) plan dips 35% to $254.30. The biggest drop and largest saving is reserved for the Extra Large (16GB) plan, which drops 40% to $315.10.

All of those plans last a decent length of time, and you've got an equally decent length of time to sign up if you're keen. As noted they're open to both new and existing Kogan Mobile customers and will be on sale until at least 31 January 2018.

Here are the full details for Kogan Mobile's prepaid plans:

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