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Vodafone 5G trial: Get faster mobile speeds with Lebara, Kogan, TPG and iiNet

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If you're keen to try out 5G, you're in luck because Vodafone is giving Lebara, Kogan, TPG and iiNet customers a free trial.

Do you have a 5G compatible phone and access to 5G in your area? Do you get good coverage from Vodafone?

If the answer to these questions is a yes then you're in luck.

Vodafone Mobile Virtual Network Providers (MVNOs) such as Lebara, Kogan, TPG and iiNet are usually great options for mobile customers who want to stick to a budget (compared to the likes of Telstra, Optus and Vodafone itself).

How do I get Vodafone 5G from these MVNOs?

From 20 July until 26 October (unless extended further), you get to take Vodafone 5G for a free spin as long as you're signed up with specific plans from Lebara, Kogan, TPG and iiNet.

Kogan mobile plans included in the 5G trial:

TPG mobile plans included in the 5G trial:

Sign up to TPG here

iiNet mobile plans included in the 5G trial:

Sign up to iiNet here

Lebara mobile plans included in the 5G trial:

  • $29.90 Medium 30 Day plan
  • $39.90 Large 30 Day plan
  • $49.90 Extra Large 30 Day plan
  • $69.90 XXL 30 Day plan
  • $80 Medium 90 Day plan
  • $140 Medium 180 Day plan
  • $250 Medium 360 Day plan
  • $105 Large 90 Day plan
  • $180 Large 180 Day plan
  • $300 Large 360 Day plan

Read our review on Lebara here

Do I need to do anything to activate 5G?

As long you have an active mobile plan from 1 of the providers we've listed, you should be able to trial 5G without having to do anything.

Just make sure your phone is 5G compatible and that you're in a 5G coverage area.

Can I get 5G from Telstra or Optus MVNOs?

As of this month, Telstra has also rolled out 5G to its MVNOs.

The ones that currently offer 5G mobile plans include Boost Mobile, Woolworths Mobile and ALDI Mobile.

Optus MVNOs have been able to resell 5G plans since 2020.

Optus and Telstra have both raised mobile plan prices. Compare mobile plans here if you're looking to cut back on your household bills.

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