This deal from Kogan Mobile is pretty insane. For a limited time, new customers can snag 32GB of mobile data to use over 30 days for just $7.90. That's an extra 16GB and a massive 74% off the usual asking price. The deal also includes unlimited standard calls and texts. Here are the details.
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Kogan Mobile is bringing back its $1 introductory offer that nets you 12GB of mobile data, plus unlimited calls and texts to use over 30 days. The deal is only available to new customers and is valid for one month only. Nevertheless, if you wanted to trial the network, this is the cheapest way to do it.
Kogan relaunched its mobile business in late 2015 after shutting it down in 2013. This time around, the company used Vodafone as its wholesale telco provider. After just over a year, Kogan Mobile has grown so much that it exceeded its six-month revenue forecast by 83.3%, according the company's financial results for June to December 2016.
Today, Kogan switched on its 4G network, which will be provided to all pre-paid customers at no extra charge. Assuming your phone is compatible, this should see improvements to speed and reliability across talk and data services. Hurrah! There's also a new "11XL" plan with a whopping 11GB data for under $50 a month.
Kogan's mobile network just got a lot more enticing with the addition of 4G. From June, all new and existing customers will be automatically switched over to 4G services at no extra cost. This is good news for speed and reliability, but arguably bad news for your data allowance. Here are the details.
Kogan Mobile may have failed miserably back in 2013 but the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is back with Vodafone as its wholesale telco provider. Only month-to-month plans are available on Kogan Mobile at this stage. See how they stack up against the competition.
Here's an interesting figure: every month, 150,000 Australians port their mobile number from one provider to another. That number is likely to rise drastically this month with the closure of Kogan Mobile, but industry bodies say extra staff are being put on to ensure major delays don't happen.
Maybe you're a Kogan Mobile customer annoyed that the service has gone under after its supplying wholesaler went into administration. Maybe you're an ALDI Mobile customer wondering what the future holds. Maybe you're looking for a new plan. Whatever your current situation, there are some things everyone can learn from the current prepaid dramas.
Kogan Mobile has upped the prices on its plans, and those price rises are likely to see many customers looking to switch to alternative options. How does Kogan now compare with the other prepaid offerings on the Telstra network which offer "unlimited" calls: ALDI Mobile, Boost Mobile and Telstra itself? We've crunched the numbers.