Southern Phone deals: Discount codes and coupons for April 2019

Southern Phone mainly caters to regional Australia, but anyone can benefit from this telco's generous and affordable mobile plan.

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Southern Phone operates on both the Optus and Telstra networks. You can pick between the two, depending on what coverage is better in your area – Green plans for Optus and Orange plans for Telstra. The telco also has a small selection of handsets to choose from, including popular models like the Samsung Galaxy S9. Once you find a phone you want, you’ll be able to choose between Green or Orange plans, with handset repayments added onto your monthly cost. As a result, the cost of your plan will vary depending on your phone choice.

The company’s SIM-only plans are available on a month-to-month basis or a 12-month contract. All Green plans include unlimited talk/text. Prices start at $12/month for 1GB data and go up to $65/month for 30GB. Orange plans, meanwhile, start at $10/month for 500MB and $500 talk and text credit. At the top end, $65/month buys you unlimited talk/text and 15GB data.

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