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Commander Mobile Plans

Commander’s mobile plans offer data sharing and discounts for existing Commander utilities customers.

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So long as you don’t mind being locked into a long-term contract, you can get a few SIM only plans or a new handset on a plan with Commander Mobile. They also have some discounts for existing utilities customers.

Top features:

  • Phones available to grab on a plan.
  • Data sharing between Commander plans.
  • Bundling discount with electricity or broadband plans.

Compare Commander's SIM only plans here

If you're looking to lock into a 12-month contract with Commander, you can pick from 3 different SIM-only plans with varying data caps.

Compare Commander's phone plans below

You can grab one of a few recent handsets on a plan from Commander, including models like the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Huawei Y7 Pro. If you'd like to view other handsets, simply click the "filter results" button to add your selection.

Commander Mobile review: Why choose them?

Commander Mobile's most expensive plan gives decent value for money at 30GB for $45, but you have to agree to a 12-month contract. In addition, Commander Mobile offers the following:

  • International inclusions. On more expensive Commander plans, you'll have access to some international minutes that can be used to call 58 countries.
  • Data sharing. You can link several Commander mobile plans together and share plan data between them.
  • Bundling discount. If you purchase a mobile plan alongside a Commander electricity or broadband plan, you can get a $5 monthly discount.

Pros

  • Handsets. Commander is one of the few MVNOs to offer phones on a plan, meaning that you can pick up a slightly older model potentially on the cheap.
  • Bundling. If you wanted a new broadband or electricity plan anyway, you can save a bit off your monthly mobile costs.

Cons

  • Lock-in contracts. Any plan with Commander requires a 12-month or 24-month contract, with early termination fees for cancelling.
  • Low plan value. Commander's plans aren't particularly competitive compared to other MVNOs, especially considering you have to buy them on a contract.

Commander network coverage

Commander operates on the Optus 4G network, which covers over 97% of Australians.

Commander Mobile: FAQ

How do I switch to Commander Mobile?

Switching to Commander Mobile is a fairly simple process.

  1. Purchase the plan you want online, which will come with its own SIM. Remember that you'll have to sign up to a 12- or 24-month contract, depending on what plan you pick.
  2. Activate your SIM once it arrives. If you want to keep your own number, let Commander Mobile know and it will arrange the transfer with your previous provider.
  3. Your SIM should be activated and your new service ready to go in a few hours to a day.
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