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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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Is TeleChoice right for me?

  • What does TeleChoice offer? TeleChoice deals in SIM-only mobile plans on month-to-month, 12- and 24-month, and 7- and 13-month contracts, as well as handset plans on 24-month contracts only. All these plans operate on parts of the Telstra 3G and 4G networks.
  • Product highlights: Telstra network coverage, international call credit on select plans, no-lock-in contracts available.
  • Watch out for: Fixed-term mobile contracts usually come with considerably higher data caps or lower monthly rates compared to month-to-month contracts, but TeleChoice only offers a small discount for its fixed-term plans. This makes it less attractive than many competing options on the market.
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TeleChoice month-to-month SIM-only plans

TeleChoice's month-to-month SIM-only plans explained

TeleChoice offers six plans on its no-lock-in, month-to-month contracts. These plans use parts of the Telstra 3G and 4G networks and all include unlimited national talk and text. No matter what plan you're on, you'll pay an excess of $10/GB if you go over your data limit.

You can also get unlimited international calls & texts to 10 selected countries when you pay an extra $5 per month with these plans.

TeleChoice fixed-term SIM-only plans

TeleChoice's fixed-term SIM-only plans explained

There is little difference between TeleChoice's month-to-month plans and its fixed-term plans. The latter are available on either 12- and 24-month contracts, with the monthly rate slightly discounted to incentivise committing for the long haul. Like in the month-to-month plans, you can also get unlimited international calls & texts to 10 selected countries for $5 per month.

TeleChoice phone plans

TeleChoice's phone plans explained

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 call and data structure as TeleChoice's SIM-only plans, but pricing varies depending on which handset you choose.

How does TeleChoice compare?

  • International calls inclusions with select plans are a bonus for folks with contacts overseas
  • Discounts on fixed-term plans are nice, albeit somewhat lacklustre
  • Cheaper plans with more data aren't hard to find

Why should you consider TeleChoice?

Assuming you're in the right coverage area (or aren't worried about 3G speeds) then TeleChoice offers a reasonable selection of plans to consider. The discount attached to its fixed-term contracts is appealing, though it's not quite as significant as many other telcos offer.

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

Telechoice mobile deals

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To compare offers from other Aussie telcos, head over to our round-up of the latest mobile plan deals.


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