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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.

Top features:

  • Good value on contract plans.
  • Some international inclusions.
  • Uses the wholesale Telstra network, which reaches 98.8% of Australians.
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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.

 

Pros

  • Contract value. Harbour ISP's top plans have extremely competitive monthly prices for the data they offer.

Cons

  • 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.

Harbour ISP: FAQs

How to switch to Harbour ISP?

Switching to Harbour ISP is a fairly simple process.

  1. Make sure you have an unlocked phone already to put a SIM in. Harbour ISP doesn't offer phones with plans.
  2. Purchase the plan you want online, which will come with its own SIM, though you'll have to pay an additional $10 for delivery.
  3. Activate your SIM once it arrives. If you want to keep your own number, tick the "Mobile Number Porting" box and Harbour ISP will arrange the transfer with your previous provider.
  4. Your SIM should be activated and your new service ready to go in a few hours to a day.

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