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Telechoice Mobile deals: Discount codes and coupons for April 2019

Telechoice offers generous data allowances at fair prices, with tempting inclusions like unlimited international texts.

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Operating on the Telstra network, Telechoice offers both broadband and mobile plans, with a focus on simplicity and great coverage. You can buy a handset from the telco or choose the SIM-only option, with plans available on a contract or month-to-month basis. The company operates a network of physical retail stores across the country and offers excellent support, both online and face-to-face.

Telechoice gives you the option to purchase a new phone with your mobile plan, offering Samsung and Oppo handsets. SIM-only plans are available either without lock-in contracts, or with 24- and 12-month commitments. Talking and texting is unlimited on all plans, with data allowances ranging from 2GB to 18GB.

The telco also offers amazing inclusions for those in need of international minutes and SMS. Users get unlimited international SMS to any country in the world, as well as the ability to add affordable call packs to their plans for as little as $5/month.

Haven't found the deal you're looking for? Browse Telechoice's everyday deals below.


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