Compare TeleChoice's mobile plans.
TeleChoice is a MVNO that offers plans on both 12- and 24-month contracts, as well as no lock-in, all running on Telstra's 3G/4G network.
Where TeleChoice truly stands out from other MVNOs is that it operates a network of 34 physical retail stores across the country. You can use these to sign up and to get ongoing face-to-face support from real people.
TeleChoice even offers a small range of phones on contract. There are a number handsets on offer including those from Samsung and Oppo.
TeleChoice no-lock in SIM plans
TeleChoice has four pricing tiers across its no lock-in SIM-only plans. All include unlimited local calls and texts as well as unlimited international SMS. No matter what plan you're on, you'll pay an excess of $10/GB if you go over your data limit.
- $48 plan includes 18GB of data
- $38 plan includes 13GB of data
- $28 plan includes 5GB of data
- $18 plan includes 2GB of data
TeleChoice 12-month/24-month SIM-only plans
The same system applies to TeleChoice's 12-month and 24-month SIM-only plans, with just a few slight differences to the pricing and data inclusions.
- $40 plan includes 18GB of data
- $35 plan includes 13GB of data
- $25 plan includes 5GB of data
- $16 plan includes 2GB of data
TeleChoice 24-month phone plans
If you're looking for a phone as well as a plan, TeleChoice offers a range of handsets on 24-month contracts. These plans follow the same structure as TeleChoice's SIM-only plans, but pricing varies depending on which handset you choose.
For instance, in the table below you'll find the various options TeleChoice offers for the Samsung Galaxy S9:
How does TeleChoice compare?
TeleChoice offers significantly more data than many similar priced MVNOs. That said, make sure you're looking carefully at the coverage map, because there are areas where you'll get access to 3G. TeleChoice makes this very simple to find out, luckily.
If we're talking big data offerings, then TeleChoice leads the pack against fellow MVNOs SpinTel and Dodo, especially on a no-contract option.
This is the same across TeleChoice's contracts options, when compared to Dodo and Vaya.
If we take a look at the lower-priced contracts, TeleChoice matches Dodo with a very impressive 6GB for under-$30, almost double what other competitors are fielding.
Why should you consider TeleChoice?
Assuming you're in the right coverage area (or aren't worried about 3G speeds) then TeleChoice compares extremely well to other MVNOs especially on data. You might also find that the option of a physical store is helpful if there is one close to you.
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
- In person at your Post Office or TeleChoice store