Think Mobile Plans
Think Mobile is a mobile network that emphasises its local customer service.
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If you'd like a provider that will let you pick between two networks, Think Mobile is for you. It has plans that use either the Telstra or Vodafone network, depending on what you want.
- Your choice of Telstra/Vodafone networks.
- Moderate value on contract plans.
- Huge range of plans to choose from.
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Compare Think Mobile's Super SIM only plans here
For users who love the Vodafone network and don't need much data or many calls, Think Mobile's Super plans might work for them.
Compare Think Mobile's Classic SIM only plans here
If you're more of a Telstra network fan, you can go with Think Mobile's Classic plans that can provide up to 2GB.
Compare Think Mobile's Ultimate SIM only plans here
With month-to-month and longer expiry options, Think Mobile's Ultimate plans on the Vodafone network give you freedom of choice. If you're willing to stick with Think Mobile on a 6- or 12-month contract, you can get better rates than on its other types of plans.
Think Mobile review: Why choose them?
Think Mobile's Super and Classic plans have very little data inclusions for how much they cost. If you sign up for a contract, you'll get far better value than otherwise, but other MVNOs may offer more competitive prices. In addition, you can get:
- Roaming. You can enable international roaming on your mobile plan. But remember that international roaming charges can add up incredibly quickly, making another option like a local SIM probably a better choice.
- Terrible monthly value. Think Mobile's monthly plans have some of the lowest inclusions for the highest prices among almost any MVNO on the market.
- Early termination fees. If you cancel a contract before it finishes, you'll have to pay a hefty early termination fee.
Think Mobile network coverage
Think Mobile's Classic plans are powered by the Telstra wholesale 3G and 4G network, which reaches 98.8% of the population. The Super and contract plans use the Vodafone network, which covers 22 million Australians.
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