Exclusive online offers with TeleChoice can get you a better deal on your mobile service.
Using a mobile phone provider with good service, fast data speeds, and flexible plans at affordable prices is understandably important in the everyday lives of Australians. TeleChoice is a leader in the Australian telecommunication market and uses Telstra’s 3G network for unbeatable coverage.
If you are interested in getting more for less, compare the best deals on the market here to start saving.
TeleChoice promotional codes and deals
|Plans from $18||Monthly mobile phone plans from as little as $18 a month including calls, text, voicemail and data||
How do I use my TeleChoice promotional code?
How do I use my TeleChoice promotional code?
- Click on one of the offers above to be taken to the TeleChoice site.
- View the offers available exclusively to new online customers.
- Choose the plan that’s right for you and click ‘Activate Now’.
- Fill in the form and click ‘Submit’.
- Congratulations! You have saved $10 per month on your TeleChoice plan.
What are TeleChoice Kogan offers and how can I take advantage of them?
Telechoice Kogan offers are online exclusive (also available in some stores) deals that knock $10 per month off some TeleChoice SIM-only plans, on a 24 month contract or a month-to-month plan. You need to sign up online, in most cases, to take advantage of the offer.
For a comparison of costs let’s look at the Live Global Plan:
The $35 Live Global Plan ($2000 call credit for national and international calls, unlimited SMS and 3GB data) is a 24-month plan. Alternatively, you can sign up on a month-to-month basis for $40 per month on the Live Starter plan for the same inclusions above. For big talkers, consider the $55 Live Global Plan (unlimited standard national calls, voicemail, unlimited SMS and MMS,100 international minutes and 4GB data with a 2GB bonus). The month-to-month alternative for this plan is the $55 Live Starter, however this plan only features 4GB (with a 1GB bonus) and no included international minutes.
The TeleChoice Kogan Offer is a great way to save money each month over a 24 month period. If you are not sure if you want a 24 month contract, you can apply through TeleChoice for a month to month plan. This is more expensive per month, but you won’t be locked in and you won’t be charged for cancelling your plan if you decide to switch after a few months.
TeleChoice Review | Pros and Cons
- Flexibility. TeleChoice offers a range of plan and phone options, including phone and SIM plans, SIM only or handset only options, month-to-month or 24 month plans, and contract free prepaid plans.
- Online offers. TeleChoice Kogan offers invite new customers to save $10 per month on their monthly phone bill when they sign up online.
- Coverage. TeleChoice operates on Telstra’s 3G network and reaches 98.8% of the Australian population.
- No 4G. TeleChoice only operates on the Telstra 3G network. That means data speeds will be slightly slower in some areas when compared with providers that operate on 4G networks.
What is TeleChoice’s coverage like?
TeleChoice has been a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) since 2013. Its network is expansive and covers 98.8% of the Australian population. TeleChoice uses part of Telstra’s 3G mobile network and partners with Vodafone to give its customers the widest possible distribution across the country. If you are not sure whether TeleChoice services your area you can find more information on their website.
What are TeleChoice’s call rates and data charges?
Call rates to national mobile numbers are fixed at $2.38 for a two minute call including flagfall. Customers will pay 25c per SMS and 55c per international SMS and national MMS. If you go over your monthly data usage you will be charged 10 per GB.
What are TeleChoice’s rates for voicemail use?
Voicemail retrieval is included in all of TeleChoices SIM only plans and is unlimited for most of its higher call and data plans . The rates for voicemail retrieval are 99c per 60 seconds (or part) and a 40c connection fee.
Does TeleChoice offer 4G?
Telechoice does not offer 4G. It operates on the Telstra 3G network.
TeleChoice v Vaya v Vodafone v Optus etc.*
To give you a more rounded feel for the market, we’ve compared some of the bigger players, using their 12-month plans as a benchmark. Note: where no 12 month plan was available, we have used month-to-month plans to compare.
|Telco||Name of plan||Data (for use in Australia)||Standard National Calls||Standard International Calls||Standard National SMS||Network||Value||Price (per month)|
|TeleChoice||LIVE Starter||1GB||$2.38 for a 2-minute standard call||Included||Unlimited||Telstra 3G||$500||$30|
|Vaya||Power Plan 24||2GB||90c per 60 seconds||Varies according to country||Unlimited||Optus 3G and 4G||$650||$24|
|Vodafone||Starter Cap||1GB||90c per minutes plus 40c connection fee||Varies according to country. Included in monthly cap.||Unlimited||Vodafone 3G and 4G||$450||$30|
|Optus||$30 Sim Only month to month||1.5GB||300 minutes @ 90c per minute||Varies according to country||Unlimited||Optus 3G and 4G||Value not specified.||$30|
|Amaysim||Flexi Plan||500MB||9c per minute (free to Amaysim numbers)||Varies according to country||9c per SMS (free between Amaysim numbers)||Optus 3G||Value not specified.||$19.90|
|Telstra||S BYO phone 12 month plan||500MB + 1GB bonus||$550 @ 99c per minute + 40c connection fee||Not included||Unlimited||Telstra 3G and 4G||$550||$45|
|Boost||$40 month to month||2.5 GB||Unlimited||Not included||Unlimited||Telstra 3G||Value not specified.||$40|
|Lebara||Unlimited National Plan||2GB||Unlimited||Not included||Unlimited||Vodafone 3G and 4G||Value not specified.||$24.95 (first month half price)|
|ALDI||Medium Usage||400MB||free between Aldi numbers/ 300 minutes @10c per minute||Not included||Free between Aldi numbers/ 300 SMS @ 10c per SMS||Telstra 3G||Value not specified.||$20|
|Dodo||Mobile 4G Big||1.5GB||free between Dodo numbers/ $500 talk time at 99c per minute||Not included||Not included 29c per SMS||Optus||$500||$19.90|
|TPG||T3G Small||100MB||Unlimited to TPG customers/ $500 @ 99c per minute||Included. Rates vary.||Included in $500 @ 25.4c per SMS||Optus||$500||$19.99|
|Virgin||$20 Plan||250MB||Unlimited to Virgin customers/ $250 @ $1.15 per minute||Included. Rates vary.||Included in $250 28c per SMS||Optus||$200||$20|
|Yatango||Personalised Bestseller||500MB||200 minutes @ 9c per minute||Not included||100 SMS @ 9c per SMS||Optus 3G||Value not specified.||$25|
Note: all plans and their prices are subject to each provider’s terms and conditions.
How does shipping and fulfillment work?
TeleChoice uses Australia Post Express for all orders. Delivery times are quoted as 3–5 days, but packages often arrive sooner. Shipping is fixed at $10 per order. Deliveries must be signed for with photo ID. All items sent via post are trackable.
What forms of payment does TeleChoice accept?
- Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard)
- Post BillPay
What is the TeleChoice returns policy?
Products such as handsets and modems bought from TeleChoice are covered by manufacturer's warranties. If you notice any fault with your product you should contact TeleChoice immediately to arrange a return. The cost of return postage will initially be the responsibility of the customer. If, upon inspection, the item is deemed to be faulty then you will be reimbursed the postage cost. Items cannot be returned in the case that you made a mistake, or the item is not suitable, unless wrongly described.
What is TeleChoice’s policy in the case of early termination?
All TeleChoice plans come with a minimum spend over the lifetime of the contract, for example, 12 months or 24 months. If you cancel your contract before the end date you may be liable to pay an early termination fee.