Coles wants to lower your mobile phone's connection cost with its selection of Coles Mobile prepaid plans.
From groceries to service stations to insurance services, Coles has come a long way from the simple supermarket it once was. Not only can you now satisfy your sweet tooth with a quick trip down the chocolate aisle, you can get your social fix by picking up a prepaid SIM card from Coles' own telco: Coles Mobile.
Operating on Optus' 4G network, Coles Mobile's prepaid plans all come bundled with unlimited standard calls and texts to landlines and mobiles within Australia. Depending on which recharge option you choose, the included call and data credit will last for either ten or 35 days, with the option to tack on extra data or international call credit at any time.
Coles Mobile prepaid plans
How does Coles Mobile compare?
Why should you consider Coles Mobile?
Between their generous data caps, their competitive pricing and their extended 35-day expiries, Coles Mobile's prepaid plans have a lot going for them. The convenience of picking up a new SIM or recharging at the same time you do your weekly grocery shop is another big point in the supermarket-turned-telco's favour, especially if you're not a fan of entering your credit card info online.
Thrifty shoppers can also take advantage of Coles flybuys rewards program, with the ability to redeem 500 flybuys points to get $2.50 off any in-store recharge. Every $1 spent on recharging will get you another flybuys point as well, helping you build up your points total towards the holiday of your dreams.
How do I recharge Coles Mobile prepaid plans?
Coles Mobile offers a few different ways to recharge once you've purchased your Coles prepaid SIM. You can recharge in-store at any Coles Supermarket or Coles Express, call 555 from your phone and follow the prompts or recharge online at the Coles Online prepaid recharge page.
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