Virgin gets its cyber on: Get 20% off 6GB per month

Brodie Fogg 24 November 2017

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Virgin Mobile is jumping on the Black Friday bandwagon.

It's not always a telco will get involved with the yearly Black Friday, the event threatens a state of emergency where ever it's celebrated. However, this year it seems the some of the biggest prepaid and postpaid providers are taking advantage of the chaos.

This year, Boost is offering 50% off handsets and SIM cards, while Virgin Mobile is offering 20% off its $30 12-month SIM plan. That brings it down to $24 per month for 6GB of data, unlimited calls and unlimited text. Not a bad deal at all. Just be sure to use the coupon code below to score your discount.

Get $80 credit + extra 5GB bonus on $40 SIM Only plan

  • Enjoy 2 free renewals on plan fees worth $80 (Offer ends 31.01.2018)
  • Includes 2GB bonus + Use code UNWRAP3GB to get additional 3GB (Offer ends 28.12.2017)
  • $200 standard international calls & SMS included
  • Unlimited national calls & SMS included
  • Contract 12 month
  • All to use in Australia
  • With that said, it's worth noting that if you take advantage of this deal, you will be contracted with Virgin for a minimum 12 months. Of course, Virgin will let you upgrade to a 24-month phone contract if you want but if you're looking at switching networks or dropping down to a month-to-month deal, you'll have to pay out the remainder of your total minimum cost.

    The 12-month SIM plan will set you back a minimum of $288 over a year.

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