Harbour ISP Mobile Plans
Harbour ISP offers a range of contract phone plans on one-year terms.
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While Harbour ISP is better known as an Internet service provider, it also sells a few 12-month contract mobile plans for customers who have their own phone. Their offices stretch across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Manila.
- Good value on contract plans.
- Some international inclusions.
- Uses the wholesale Telstra network, which reaches 98.8% of Australians.
Compare mobile plans below
Compare Harbour ISP's 12-month SIM only plans here
So long as you don't mind being locked into a full-year plan, you can choose from one of Harbour ISP's four different mobile plans.
Harbour ISP review: Why choose Harbour ISP?
Harbour ISP's more expensive plans offer fairly solid data for their price but necessitate a 12-month contract with early termination fees. If you don't mind being locked into a plan, then Harbour ISP is worth your consideration. On top of basic plan inclusions, Harbour ISP offers the following:
- International inclusions. The three cheapest plans give international minutes to 26 countries. The most expensive option has unlimited calls and text to 15 countries.
- Contract value. Harbour ISP's top plans have extremely competitive monthly prices for the data they offer.
- Mandatory contract. You can't sign up to a Harbour ISP plan without a 12-month contract.
- SIM delivery fee. You'll have to pay $10 to cover the delivery of your SIM.
Harbour ISP network coverage
Harbour ISP operates using the Telstra wholesale 3G and 4G network, which reaches around 98.8% of Australians.
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