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JB Hi-Fi mobile plans

JB Hi-Fi is one of Australia's favourite places to shop electronics, but how do the retailer's mobile plans stack up?

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How do JB Hi-Fi's plans compare?

Compared to other plans on the market, JB Hi-Fi and Telstra's offering isn't mind-blowing or game-changing. There are other comparable plans available, with most offering more data for less than the JB Hi-Fi Mobile ones. You could find a better deal off contract, too.

When considering the plans, make sure you look at contract length, price, calls, texts and data allowance among other things. If you're looking at JB Hi-Fi's $65-a-month plan, you should factor in the bonus in-store credit when looking at the plans.

Unfortunately, you can only purchase JB Hi-Fi's plans in-store. Most other plans from major carriers can be ordered from the comfort of your own home and set up in an instant, though the generous phone discounts with JB Hi-Fi Mobile plans may make up for the inconvenience.

The early-termination charge for the plans is in the same ballpark as Telstra's other comparably priced plans, but make sure that you're prepared to cough up hundreds of dollars if you need to exit the contract early.

Since the plans are on the Telstra network, remember you'll be dealing with Telstra support if problems arise with your service.

Browse popular phone plans below, or check out our full guide on choosing the best plan here.

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