Six Deals You Need To Know About In Australia Today

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G'day! Here are some cracking online deals for Lifehacker readers, including: Get a free three-month trial of FibreMax NBN, 30% off 4K TVs at Catch, cheap flights to Japan and more!

1. Hump Day Deals: Missed our Hump Day Deals coverage from yesterday? No worries! Most of the deals are still active today. Click here to check out more bargains.

2. Free NBN trial: Here's an interesting offer from a new Aussie NBN provider. For a limited time, you can sign up to be an NBN network tester with FibreMax for three months. There are no obligations to stick with the service after the three-month trial and you don't even have to hand over your credit card info. So you're essentially getting three months of internet for free. Click here for details.

3. 30% off large screen 4K TVs: Need a second TV for the bedroom or kid's playroom? Catch has knocked 30% off the JAEGER 65-ich 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - down from $999 to $698! Click here for the specs.

4. Cheap Japan flights: I Want That Flight is having a sale on return flights to Osaka from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra $645. Prices start at $636! Click here.

5. 50% off Audible memberships: Amazon is offering four months of its audio book service for half the usual price. That works out to $7.45 a month for your first four months. (There's no lock-in contract so you can cancel straight after.) Click here!

6. Free Samsung Galaxy Watch: Optus is giving away a free Samsung Galaxy Watch Active with select Galaxy phone plans. Here are the available options. (Click on the interactive tables below for the full inclusions.)

Samsung Galaxy S10 plans:

Samsung Galaxy S10+ plans:

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ plans

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    NBN trial is fully subscribed (was for me). Seems like a way for these guys to get eager subscribers for spam purposes. I got suckered!!!

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