Save 30% on Catch Connect’s new 365-day pre-paid plans

Matt Sayer 7 May 2018 NEWS

One of Australia's cheapest mobile providers has just gotten even cheaper.

Catch Connect has already proven to be one of the most competitively priced mobile providers in the Australian market, despite launching just a few months ago. The telco offshoot of Catch.com.au isn't resting on its laurels. Today, it announced a brand new addition to its mobile plan line-up in the form of long-term pre-paid plans boasting hefty 365-day expires.

Like its 30-day and 90-day plans, the 365-day plans deliver unlimited standard national talk and text over Optus's 3G and 4G networks. Where these new plans really differentiate themselves, though, is in how they dole out their data. Most long-term mobile plans divide their data into monthly allotments, giving you access to just a portion of the total data pool at any one time. With Catch Connect's 365-day plans, all your data is available from the get-go, allowing you to spread it out over the 12 months according to your particular needs. This is a big plus over the competition, especially for those who don't necessarily use their phones on a regular basis.

To celebrate the launch of these plans, Catch Connect is going one step further and discounting them all by 30%. From now until 11:00am on July 2, you can score the 3GB/month plan for an equivalent cost of just $11.60 a month or go big with the 15GB plan for a measly $19.80 a month.

PlanUpfront costEquivalent monthly cost
36GB (3GB/month)$139$11.60
72GB (6GB/month)$189$15.75
180GB (15GB/month)$238$19.80

Even at their regular prices, these plans are hands-down some of the cheapest on the market. Factor in the 30% discount, and you'll struggle to find a better deal on a pre-paid mobile plan anywhere in the country.

To see just how well Catch Connect's 365-day plans stack up against the competition, just take a look at the table below:


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