Click Frenzy Deal: Get Truckloads Of Data For Just $28 A Month

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We're all going through a bit of a rough period right now but your wallet doesn't have to. New telco Circles.Life is slinging an insane Click Frenzy deal which will see you pay just $28 a month to get a huge 100GB of data. If you're chewing up a tonne of data during iso, this will surely help you out.

Circles.Life's crazy $28 per month offering will get you 100GB of data each month. The best part is it's contract-free so if you decide you're not a fan of the service, you'll be able to cancel it with no fee charged after your first month.

To hook yourself this mad Click Frenzy deal, use the promo code 'DATAFRENZY' before 22 May.

What do we know about Circles.Life?

Circles.Life first jumped into the Australian telco scene in 2019 and has been noted for its impressive deals as it works on carving out its hole on the market. It uses the Optus network so you'll be able to get excellent coverage across most of the country.

How does the Circles.Life deal compare to other plans?

There are plenty of other similarly-priced plans available but none of them will be able to offer up the huge data allowance Circles.Life does. The only plan to come close is Moose's 80GB offering for $46 a month but you'll have to lock yourself into a 12-month contract to get it.

If you'd prefer to stick with the big names, you'll be looking at a lot less data inclusions. Telstra's medium SIM plan is discounted by $10 for the first 12 months so you're getting 60GB a month for $50. Optus similarly has a $49 a month plan with 60GB while Vodafone's $50 Red Plus SIM only deal gets you 60GB a month for $45.

Check out the full range of plans available in the table below.


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