PSA: That Crazy 60GB Netflix Mobile Plan Is Back

PSA: That Crazy 60GB Netflix Mobile Plan Is Back
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Optus MVNO Circles.Life is resurrecting one of the best SIM deals we’ve seen in a long while. For a limited time, you can score 60GB of mobile data – plus a free Netflix subscription – for just $38 a month. Here are the details.

Over the past few months, Circles.Life has been blowing up the telco space with its highly competitive SIM-only plans. Its latest offer is arguably the best yet, especially if you’re a fan of Netflix. Here’s how the deal works.

The Netflix subscription is facilitated via $10 e-gift vouchers, which are emailed to the user on the second week of each month. You’ll continue to receive them until you cancel the plan, which is contract free. If you’re already subscribe to Netflix, you’re essentially paying $28 a month for a 60GG mobile plan – noice!

The deal lasts for a full 12 months. After that, the data allowance drops to 40GB (which still isn’t bad.) As mentioned above, the plan is contract free so you can cancel at any time.

Here are the inclusions – click on our interactive table below to learn more.

(Note: Ensure that that the 20GB for $10 add-on is selected during sign-up.)

To get the deal, you need to use the promo code ‘BINGEON’. Circles.Life is only offering this deal until February 17, 3pm. So if you’re keen, don’t delay. You also then need to activate your SIM card by March 31.

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