Score a cheap 12-month SIM-only phone plan with Virgin Mobile’s 20% off deal

Matt Sayer 15 January 2018

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Act fast, and you could save hundreds off your mobile phone bill with this ripper deal.

Forget all those fancy phone plans with hefty handset repayments; if you're looking to save money on your monthly phone bill, SIM-only plans are the way to go.

Ordinarily, you can save hundreds by using your existing phone or purchasing one outright from local retailers. For a limited time, though, you can score an even deeper discount thanks to Virgin Mobile's latest SIM-only deal.

For a limited time, all Virgin Mobile's 12-month SIM-only plans are 20% off, bringing the $30 5GB plan down to just $24 a month and the data-packed $60 45GB plan down to just $48 a month.

These discounts apply for the life of the plan, so you'll continue to save until you choose to cancel or change plans.

As an added bonus, all Virgin Mobile's 12-month SIM-only plans come with data-free music streaming through Spotify, Google Play Music and iHeartRadio, so you won't have to worry about chewing through your monthly data cap when grooving on-the-go.

Take a look at Virgin Mobile's 12-month SIM-only plans below. The 20% discount will be automatically applied if you click through and sign up for a plan on Virgin Mobile's website.


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