Mate Mobile Plans
Mate offers SIM-only plans with Telstra’s wide network coverage.
Mate is an Australian broadband provider that's recently decided to also offer plans for mobile phones, too. They have a solid set of SIM only plans if you're looking for good data-per-dollar value and already have a phone.
- Good value on SIM only plans.
- Data banking available.
- 100% Australian customer support.
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Compare Mate's SIM-only mobile plans here
Mate review: Why choose them?
Mate's mobile plans are solid, providing decent data at good prices, with a convenient data bank on top. Along with plan inclusions, you'll get:
- International inclusions. All but the cheapest Mate plan have unlimited calls and texts to 15 countries.
- Data banking. Unused data from each month will be stored in a data bank up to a maximum of 50GB or 100GB, depending on your plan.
- Bundling options. If you choose to bundle your mobile plan with a Mate broadband plan, you could get access to discounts.
- Competitive prices. Mate's plans are fairly good value across the board compared to other MVNOs.
- Data banking. Unused data gets saved instead of expiring.
- No extras.If you want some fancy features with your phone plan, you'll have to look elsewhere.
Mate network coverage
Mate uses the Telstra 3G and 4G wholesale network, which covers 98.8% of the population. Differences in coverage from the whole Telstra network are mostly confined to some rural or regional areas.
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