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Coles 50% off Deals + Telstra PP Cruise, PP Elite or PP Roamer $10. Starts WED

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Coles Specials Starts Wednesday
Telstra Prepaid Cruise $10
Telstra Prepaid Elite (1GB/30DAY) $10
Telstra Prepaid Roamer $10
Buy Optus Sony Xperia E1 For $79 & Get An Optus $30 Recharge
50% off Kettle chips $2.09
50% off Pepsi, Solo or Schweppes 2Lt $1.55
50% off Helga's bread 680-850g
50% off Coles bake at home dinner rolls 6pk $1.50
50% off Ocean spray fruit drink 1.5lt $2.84
50% off Mother Energy drink 4 x 500ml $5.47
50% off Ritz snackz crackers 100g $1
50% off Betty crocker cake mix 450-600g $2.59
50% off Gold'n canola oil 4lt $9
50% off Lavazza a modo mio coffee machine $49
50% off Steggles chicken breast goujons 1kg $8
50% off KB's Prwan gyoza 1kg $9.97
50% off Pacific West Mega Value pack Asian Banquet 1kg $5.77
50% off Cadbury mini gift tags $2.50
50% off Mars Maltesers gift box 360g or M&M's peanuts gift box 440g $5
50% off Mars celebration gift box 300g $5
50% off Lindt lindor gift box 235g $8.65
50% off Guylian opus luxury assortment chocolates 180g $10
50% off Quality streets chocolates carton 265g $5
50% off Natures Own
50% off oral B vitality toothbrush + 2 refills $19.99
50% off Oral B 3D White toothpaste 95g $3.90
50% off Oral 3D White mouthwash 473ml $4.40
50% off Maybelline Range
50% off Tresemme Shampoo Or Conditioner 750-900ml $5.24
50% off Omo Laundry Powder 1kg Or Liquid 1Lt $5.49
3pk DVD'S Argo/Gravity/Prisoners $20
3pk DVD'S We're the Millers/Horrible Bosses/The Hangover $20
Coco-cola 12 x 300ml 2 For $20

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  • +6 votes

    impressive list, thanks :)

  • +1 vote

    And I'm guessing that the cheapest way to unlock those phones are through Bag Man for $15?

    • +1 vote

      I too want to know how much anything over $2 kills it for me.

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    Chicken breast goujons and prawn gyoza just in time for the Entertaining Season!!!!

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    Even with unlock fee good back up or out of zone phone. Could be useful for street maps? Good call and thanks Must use bagman

  • +2 votes

    Anyone wanting the Telstra Roamer immediately can get it at Harvey Norman for $12 http://www.harveynorman.com.au/telstra-roamer-116a-pre-paid-...

    Another decent prepaid phone is the Nokia 208 for $19 which Trent mentioned in an earlier deal http://www.harveynorman.com.au/pre-paid-nokia-208-3g-mobile-...

    • +1 vote

      That's $2 More which is big money in OZB Terms :)

      • +1 vote

        My comment was aimed at those that needed one asap and couldn't wait till the Coles catalogue started.

        • +1 vote

          lol I think people can wait 2 days :)

        • +1 vote

          @TRENT86: Yes, especially if it means not buying from Gerry.

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      Pre-Paid Nokia 208 3G - which carrier is that? Telstra or VODA

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    thnx

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    At the bottom of the ad it says "for unlocking fees see optus.com/unlock"

    Are these phones Telstra or Optus ?

    • +2 votes

      lol your kidding right?

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      The Optus Prepaid SONY Xperia E1 is the one that is unlocked through optus.
      The Prepaid-Cruise, Pre-paid Elite Wi-Fi and Pre-Paid Roamer is unlocked through Telstra. (Or unlocked through Bag Man)

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    Do all 3 of these $10 phones/wifi dongle come with a SIM card? Or do u have to get it separately

    Can the wifi dongle sim receive texts if put in a phone?

    $10 for a phone with Internet- I feel old and outdated. :-)

    • +1 vote

      the sim is a sim, and yes even if activated as a broadband sim, you can still sms with it (Telstra software on your PC even allows to you send/receive via it.

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        thanks Supa brudda!

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    These Telstra prepaids used to come with $10 credit - does that still happen?

    or do you need to buy credit for first use?

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      it's usually $30 (expires in 30days) so just set it up & creditume across

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    Will a Boost sim work in these phones without unlocking?

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    Did anyone else click this link and say to themselves, "flippin book"?

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    Which is better this Telstra wifi modem($10 with 1gb) or Vodafone pocket wifi ($19 with 3gb)?
    I don't need that much of data, only interested on the wifi modem. Any idea?

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    If I have a 4G USB wifi modem on a contract, can I swap the SIM from that to this Teltra unit in order to service other devices?

    Right now, it can only service the laptop it's plugged into?

    Cheers