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For a limited time, Optus is adding an extra 25GB to its $30 prepaid mobile plans. This brings the total to 35GB of data per month - more than triple the usual data allowance. The plan also comes with a bonus 10GB of 'Streaming Data' so you're actually getting 45GB for 35 bucks. Nice!

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Vodafone just boosted its 4G mobile network in NSW by converting the 2100MHz spectrum (which currently used by 3G devices) for use in the 4G network. The upshot of this is that more than two million additional Aussies now have access to Vodafone's mobile network. If you've been stuck in a Telstra-only land, now is a good time to make the switch. Here's how much money you can save.

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There was a time when 60GB of mobile data from Telstra would have cost you well over $100. Those days are no longer. In its latest price blitz, the telco has knocked its SIM-only plans down to just $59 when you sign up to a 12-month contract.

You also get a bonus 30GB of data per month, bringing the total to 60GB. Nice! Here's everything you get with the plan.

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When you're looking for a new phone plan, you probably only think about the 'Big Three': Telstra, Optus and Vodafone. However, they are far from your only options. Here are five killer plans from telcos you've probably never heard of.

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Catch Connect is running an excellent prepaid mobile deal that is tailor made for cash-strapped gamers. For a limited time, you can score a 90-day recharge with 54GB of data for just $15. When split evenly over the 90 days, this works out to 18GB of data for just $5 per month! Here are the details.

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Optus is ringing in the new year with one of the best bang-for-buck BYO phone deals we've seen in a long while. For $41.25 per month you get a whopping 80GB of data, free access to Optus Sport and unlimited streaming for Netflix and Stan! Here are the details.

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Prepaid might seem like a bit of a dirty word, but the latest prepaid recharges can now go toe-to-toe with postpaid plans in terms of value - which makes them very handy if you're a cash-strapped student (or a parent footing the bill.) Here are some excellent 'back-to-school' plans to consider.

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For a limited time, Telstra is offering SIM-only plans with 60GB of data for just $49 per month. That's one of the best deals we've seen from the telco in a long while - and a great excuse to swap providers if you're using a flakey MVNO. Here are the inclusions!

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Google has upgraded its Project Fi experiment and it is now an offical product. Google Fi is a mobile phone plan that works across 170 countries that includes calls at a fixed rate, data without roaming charges and unlimited free texts. And, while the focus is on US customers using Android handsets it also works on iPhones and can be purchased outside the US.

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There's never been a better time to unshackle yourself from your mobile contract and sign up to a prepaid plan. This holds true whether you're a penny pincher who's worried about bill shock, or a power user who wants tons of commitment-free data. Here are the best plans currently available for both types of user.

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It wasn't that long ago that a $40 phone plan with 4GB of data was considered astonishingly good value for money. Nowadays, most smartphone users churn through that in a week - and plan inclusions have changed to keep pace.

If you've got your own phone, it's possible to snag a massive data allowance without paying through the nose for the privilege. Here are ten BYO plans from ten different telcos that offer the best bang for buck.

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Yesterday, JB Hi-Fi snatched the crown for Australia's stealthiest mobile plan launch, releasing two BYO offers with nary a whisper. Only available in-store, you won't find mention of them anywhere on JB's website. You can, however, read about them right here.

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If you're on the lookout for a new BYO mobile plan, you should get your derriere to Optus asap - for a (very) limited time, the telco is doubling the data on all SIM only plans. This means you can score up to 80GB of mobile data every month without paying through the nose. Here are the details!

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Slowly but surely, Telstra is shedding its premium pricing position. There's still a long way to go before you'd consider Telstra plans cheap, but there are a few standout options that are certainly good value, like its Mx online only plan, and a number of its prepaid options.

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You want to know the secret to saving money on your mobile phone bill? There's no secret: just keep your phone for as long as you can and make sure you're on the right SIM Only phone plan. Here are Australia's ten best plans that cost under $20 a month. (We've also included ten plans with over 10GB of data.)