Moose Mobile’s SIM-only plans are now cheaper than ever

Posted: 26 March 2018 7:52 am

Save $5 a month for the first six months on Moose Mobile's unlimited talk and text plans.

There's no shortage of competition in the budget mobile space these days. Deals and discounts crop up every other week, allowing the savvy consumer to never pay full price for their calls, texts and data.

This week it's Moose Mobile bringing the value with an attractive deal on its already competitively-priced SIM-only mobile plans. For a limited time, all of its unlimited talk and text plans come with a $5 a month discount for their first six months, saving you up to $30 over the course of the service. In the most extreme case, this brings Moose Mobile's $14 1GB plan down to just $9 a month, making it the cheapest such offering currently on the market.

The best part of this deal is that all Moose Mobile's SIM-only plans feature a no-lock-in, month-to-month contract, meaning you could cancel your service as soon as the six months are up to avoid reverting back to the regular price, if you so choose.

Like most budget mobile providers, Moose Mobile operates on Optus' 4G network, so you'll want to keep that in mind when considering the kind of reception you'll get with its service. You'll also want to note that the $5 off deal is available only to new Moose Mobile customers, not existing ones.

You can compare Moose Mobile's SIM-only plans in the table below:

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