Data-lovers rejoice, Kogan Mobile’s massive 23GB for $4.90 deal is back
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Of all the deals that come and go in the Australian mobile space, few hold a candle to Kogan Mobile's $4.90 offer. Every now and then, the cut-price telco will slash the price of some or even all of its prepaid plans to just $4.90, serving up stacks of data along with unlimited national calls and texts for less than the cost of a Maccas meal.
Today marks the return of this promotion, much to the appreciation of budget-conscious mobile users around the country. This time it's just Kogan Mobile's Extra Large 23GB plan that's going ridiculously cheap, though, as the rest of Kogan Mobile's plans are already discounted to a still-respectable $7.90 as part of an ongoing promotion.
It's hard to lament the absence of Kogan Mobile's other plans in this deal when the Extra Large plan comes packed with so much value. Along with a whopping 23GB of data, you get unlimited standard national calls, texts and MMS to use over the course of 30 days. Speed and network coverage come courtesy of Vodafone's 4G network, which currently reaches over 22 million Aussies throughout the country.
As you might expect, there are a few conditions attached to this killer deal. First up, you must be a new Kogan Mobile customer to take advantage of the $4.90 price – no cheap recharges for existing customers, sadly. Second, the discounted rate only applies for the first 30 days, after which the cost will return to its regular rate of $49.90. Last but not least, this is a limited time offer, so you will need to sign up before midnight on 30 June to take advantage of it.
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