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Get 5G ready with these mobile plans – free for the first month


Celebrate Easter ahead of time with 5G mobile plan offers from Aussie Broadband and Tangerine.

Both Aussie Broadband and Tangerine are offering up to 2 months off if you sign up to their mobile plans this month.

Aussie Broadband offers uncapped 5G speeds, first month free

For those looking to get on the 5G network, Aussie Broadband's Easter special should hit the sweet spot.

You'll get 30GB for $45 a month but both new and existing customers can get the first month free.

Aussie Broadband is boasting minimum speeds for 500Mbps which it says is 3 times faster than the 150Mbps capped speeds usually available as entry level 5G plans.

The offer ends on 30 April.

Get 2 months free with Tangerine's mobile plan offers

Signing up to Tangerine's 4G or 5G mobile plans will cost you $0 for the first 2 months if you sign up by 1 May.

For example, its 5G plan costs $54.90 a month for 60GB. This means you'll end up saving $109.80 overall.

The Easter special will be available to both new and existing customers.

What's so great about 5G mobile plans?

As long as you have 5G coverage in your area, 5G mobile plans can offer better and faster speeds.

They can be more expensive so see if you actually need the speeds before signing up.

Light to moderate smartphone users might not find much benefit and may be better off with a cheaper, 4G plan.

But if you stream or online game often on the go or at home using your mobile data, it might come in handy.

Want more deals? Check out our round up of best mobile plans for April 2023.

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