Vaya is giving away 6 months of free mobile service with handset sales

Alex Kidman 25 July 2017 NEWS

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Buy a handset, get free or discounted mobile coverage for half a year.

Vaya is best known for offering very low-cost mobile plans on a SIM-only basis. It is also possible to buy a physical handset through Vaya, and now, for a very limited time, Vaya's offering a deal where if you buy a handset through the telco, it will provide a SIM and mobile coverage through its Unlimited S plan tier for six months for free. That's a plan with unlimited standard national calls and texts and 1GB of data to use each month with an overall value of $87.

Alternatively, if you're happy to sign up to one of Vaya's higher tier plans, you can score a discount on its Unlimited M, Unlimited L or Unlimited XL plans for a six-month coverage period. You'll essentially get the $87 value that would have been applied to the Unlimited S plan assigned to your plan tier of choice, bringing the six-month upfront cost down to $33 for the Unlimited M plan, $57 for the Unlimited L plan and $111 for the Unlimited XL plan.

Vaya sells mobile phone handsets on an outright or monthly contract basis, but the discount deal only applies to handsets purchased outright before 31 July 2017.

Happy with your handset but keen on one of Vaya's existing SIM-only plans? Here's the full rundown of each of the SIM-only plans:

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