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TeleChoice Mobile Plans

TeleChoice offers a range of SIM only and handset plans powered by the Telstra mobile network.

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TeleChoice has been kicking around all the way since 1995, with extensive experience in running telecommunications. When you have your own handset and just want a phone plan to go with it, they have a huge range of options to suit your needs.

Top features:

  • Many different data options to choose from.
  • International inclusions on some plans.
  • Save money by prepaying for months of usage.
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You might not be able to get the most cutting-edge phones from TeleChoice, but it has a range of recent models at a reasonable price. We've preselected the Samsung S10 handset as it's the latest one that TeleChoice has to offer, but you can view different models by clicking the 'filter results' button.

TeleChoice review: Why choose it?

In addition to standard calls and data, you'll get the following features with TeleChoice:

  • Prepay and save plans. If you prepay for 7 months of access on its standard month-to-month plans, you'll save somewhere around 10–30% off the monthly cost of the plan.
  • Call packs. For those plans which don't have international inclusions of their own, you can purchase unlimited calls to 10 countries for $5 extra monthly or to 13 countries for $12 monthly. There are also some "any country" call packs costing between $5 and $15 per month.

 

Pros

  • Choice. Huge choice of different data options.
  • Inclusions. Lots of international inclusions on larger plans.

Cons

  • Exit fees. Hefty exit fees on contracts, especially phones with a plan.
  • Limited flexibility. Can't switch between different data plans if on a contract.

TeleChoice network coverage

TeleChoice uses the Telstra wholesale network, which covers about 98.8% of the population. The only places where it is likely to have more limited coverage than the full Telstra network is in certain rural and regional areas.

TeleChoice: FAQs

How to switch to TeleChoice?

Switching to TeleChoice is a fairly simple process.

  1. Make sure you have an unlocked phone already to put a SIM in or are buying a handset with a plan.
  2. Purchase the plan you want online, which will come with its own SIM, plus a handset if it's a phone on a contract.
  3. Activate your SIM once it arrives. If you want to keep your own number, inform TeleChoice at checkout or activation and it 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.

TeleChoice recharge options

As a pre-paid service TeleChoice bills each month for the pricing tier you've chosen. If you go over your data there's a set fee of $10 which gets you an extra 1GB. There's a service portal where you can check usage.

Payment options for each month include:

  • Automatic direct debit payment
  • Credit card
  • PayPal
  • In person at Australia Post or a TeleChoice store

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