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Lebara Mobile (Vodafone 4G) $29.90 Unlimited + 5GB Starter Pack for $4.90 Shipped

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Best deal yet on Lebara 5GB Starter Packs. Unlimited national talk, text and MMS. $5 international credit (up to 250 minutes) + 5GB data.

Must be activated within 60 days of purchase. No SIM swaps or credit transfers. First month only, subsequent recharges at standard rates.

OFFER EXTENDED - Now 1 May

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    Nice

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      Great deal OP, thanks!

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    Great deal OP!

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    Nice! Damn I still have one that I paid $10 for! I have to stop stocking up!

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      may be after this one ๐Ÿ˜€

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    Got one to test out the Vodafone network :)

    Testing the waters

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    How many per customer?

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      Promotion Terms:
      Offer available on National Plan $29.90 starter packs purchased online on or before 15/04/17 and activated within 60 days. Any non-activated SIMs will be cancelled. Limit two starter packs per household. No SIM swaps or credit transfer. No refunds. For personal use only. Special price applies to starter packs, subsequent recharges at current rates. No shipment to PO box. Offer subject to change and may be withdrawn or extended. Not transferrable and not redeemable for cash.

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        Two per customer it is.

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          No, two per household.

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          @hollykryten: How do they count two per household? Activation address?

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          @jhk365: Since it says 'shipped' they probably do it by postage address?

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        Can we opt/retain our mobile no.?

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          Of course

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    Thanks OP … another sim for the collection.

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    Nice, can alternate this with my Kogan $1 sim

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      Kogan uses Voda network.

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        So does lebara…

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        so ? u can port voda to voda

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          Yes

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          Yes, but same-carrier "porting" seems to attract more issues, as it doesn't use the normal MNP process.

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          @giles: rarely so far none of my 14 porting experiences

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          @psylence:
          My Kogan to Vodafone and immediately back to Kogan again was a disaster. Lost 3 days of service.

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          @giles:
          My porting eperience over the past 6 months at least have resulted in very quick port times even during off peak hours (like evenings and weekends). Some done within 10 minutes and all done by next morning. And to my surprise even porting between Kogan and Lebara and Vodafone have been no issues.

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          @battler: I did Kogan to Optus. Lost a day. They messed up the routing and keep blaming other side. I guess could happen with any carrier, regardless the real network behind

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          @battler:

          Bargain comes in with inconvenience

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          @giles: I ported from kogan to lebara a few days back and took less than half hr to complete for me to make calls

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      Didn't the Kogan offer cease on the 31/03? I have a loan sim and the plans were all full price

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        From Kogan's email -

        Voucher expires at 11:59pm AEST on 30/06/2017. Activation must be made before the voucher expiry date. V

        • +2 votes

          So here is what I am going to do :

          March - Jenee (my old plan $35/8gb)
          April - Kogan $1/14gb
          May - Lebara $4.90/$5 gb
          June - Kogan $1/14 gb

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          @ujwols: Why not :
          MArch - Jenee
          April - Kogan $1
          May - Telstra or Lyca Free Sim for 1 day then port to Kogan $1
          June - repeat May's process

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          @yht: hmm that might work as well๐Ÿ˜€
          Not sure how long it takes Kogan for me to accept as new customer, so was going to give it a months time

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          @ujwols: Kogan Mobile Prepaid Voucher Code: EXTRA LARGE (30 Days | 14GB) - NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY

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          @highdealer: yes port out port in, u r considered new with Kogan

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          @ujwols:
          Even with the same address & cc details Kogan $1 offer will activate again?

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          @xywolap:
          Yes, so long as you go elsewhere in between.

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          @battler:
          Interesting.. thanks. I thought they bjorked your activation when you tried with a second sim using address & cc details previously registered … but you say not.
          Might give it a try.

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          @xywolap: I think during the Kogan activation, there's something about a limit of 5 active SIMS per person.

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          @GregMonarch:
          Correct… but that is the same for all prepaid activations…

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          @ujwols:
          See my previous post, as quick as 10 mins to port a number into Kogan.

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          @GregMonarch: previous one talking about porting out, on which sim would be inactive and no longer count. U can only hold 5 active at once, but porting in/out is, in theory, infinite

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          @tatnal: 10 mins if u have no issue. A couple of days (or more) when there's one. I did like 1-2x a month in the past year, 2 of them took a day, 1 with Vodafone, 1 with Optus (the rest is within the hour). I guess it's lower risk to happen, but if u can't afford downtime at all, don't risk it.

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          @xywolap:

          I've registered 2 so far with same info. Maybe, if you have more than 5 sims registered it stops you.

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    Can they be sent CO Post Office?

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      No shipment to PO box. Offer subject to change and may be withdrawn or extended. Not transferrable and not redeemable for cash.

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        He isn't asking about PO Box, he is asking C/O (Care of) Post Office.

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          That is correct.

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          @davelarz:
          I've had success with "1 Example St c/- PO Box 123" all on one line. Sometimes if the web form forces address validation then there is usually a second line you can put the "c/- PO Box 123" into. You could use "c/- MyTown Post Office" instead.

          If, like me, you have a valid street address but no postal service then couriers can find you but the majority of items just end up at the Post Office anyway. If you don't have a valid street address then I'd use the street address of the Post Office instead. All of this assumes the Postie knows you and knows what to do with the items for you :)

          Good deal OP but I'm full up for sims until August :(

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    What are the rates after the first starter month? recharge amounts, what you get, expiry?

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    If order today when can i get by thursday? Nsw sydney

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      Doubt it

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    Can it be used on Vodafone locked phone ?

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      Yes

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        Cheers. Interestingly when I tried with Kogan, it asked me for unlock pin.

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          What phone?

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          @0p: Vodafone Smart First 3G

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          @yht:

          Although it uses the vodafone network, Lebara SIMS shouldn't work in a Vodafone Locked Device

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          @tobi3421: That is sad

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    Ohhh nice. Is people buying this for the data?

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    Can we port in and port out?

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    OP, Will the 5G DATA work overseas (ex. JAPAN) ?

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      Of course not

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        Thanks. What about the telstra deal ?
        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/300612

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          Nope

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          @cpho: It (telstra) has $5 roaming tho. I reckon roaming doesn't apply to data , right?

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          @compugrid:
          I guess technically yes, but practically, no.
          Sure, it has $5 credit for roaming, but then you read the CIS, and it says

          data while overseas โ€“ $3 per MB (charged per KB or part)

          So.. you're going to pay $15 for roughly 2MB of data.

          Usually the go to for Japanese sim cards is the b-mobile data sim
          3480 Yen (~$40), 5gb, 21 days

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          @cpho: cheers

  • +3 votes

    who has a discount code for this 4.90 deal?

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    Does anyone know if Vodafone charge a port out fee? Even Voda to Voda? If they don't, then it would be awesome alternating sims every month when these sort of deals come out.

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      No Port out fees at Vodafone

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        How sure are you? I know Optus charge because I just recently left them. Anyone have any ideas regarding cheapest port to port each month then?

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          They don't. You must've had a balance owing, probably from handset repayment or monthly fee prorated.

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          @ronnknee:

          Are you talking about Voda or Optus? Optus said they automatically charge like $7.50 for each port out.

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          @NEEDHELP: I port out/in on monthly basis (Prepaid-Vodafone/Telstra/Optus), but never got charged a cent for porting. But on a side note, Telstra credit checked me a few times for pre paid activation !! So better to check credit report if anyone port in to Telstra frequently.

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    Thank you. This has made my day :)

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    thanks op bought one as it won't let me do 2 but unable to do much as now on Lebara anyways unable to port to Kogan $1 as they recognise my visa card from last deal now ported out but they kept my card details.

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      How come? I bought 2x $1 kogan sim with the same cc. Shed light plz

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        I bought the Kogan 1 dollar deal using paypal anyways but I have activated it using my visa card that was over 5 weeks ago, I ported out like 10 days ago to Lebara, but since I had a few one dollar kogans I thought I activate one just for mobile broadband but when it gets to my card keeps saying Kogan is unable to charge your card, I have money in the card they only need 1 dollar authorisation they keep denying me the right to sign up, I can only make an educated guess that like spotify, they kept my card details and my card triggered in their system and even their indian call centre ask stupid questions like have you ever used the same card for previous kogan account. That actually have nothing to do with Donald Trump's nuclear codes but unfortunately Kogan, as members here say, is a law unto itself. They do not need to abide Australian consumer laws, nowhere does the law say you cannot enjoy a special over and over again.

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          The seller is offering the deal on a one per customer basis and is using the customers details to ensure that this very generous offer is not abused.
          We would all like a lifetime supply of Kogan Mobile 14gig for $1 per month… but we can't have it. :-(
          Nothing to do with Donald Trump lol.

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          It might be due to what I mentioned above. During Kogan activation they ask if you have 4 or more active SIMs. I'm guessing that's why they ask, anyway. Maybe you can activate another Kogan SIM when one of your current active SIMs expires.

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          @GregMonarch:

          But it has expired it has been ported to Lebara.

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          @paloverde88: oh.. so sad

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          There's also no Australian law saying companies must allow you to have special after special, so how exactly are they not following the law…

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          @callum9999:

          They are not suppose to store credit card details long after customers have left and ported out. How else were they able to know at the card validation section unless they stored your card details and it's a match -reject

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          I've registered $1 ones twice, same cc, it went through fine. And when they had a special I used the same cc. I think it's likely something else, rather than them keeping your cc details.

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          @paloverde88: Yeah, the SIM has… but maybe the expiry date is still on their system, is what I meant. i.e. Maybe after 30/60/etc days it 'falls off' the system, and another activation would be accepted. (But I don't know, was just postulating.)

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    Wait so after the first month the deal is 5gb/month for $30? That doesn't sound great compared to Kogan and Vaya

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      Huh? Why would anyone stay more than a month just port to new special

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    Thanks OP. Great deal!
    I was pi55ed off when I missed the last $10 deal and also at Australia Post.
    Happy Ending ;)

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    Thanks OP ordered one. Cheers

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    So is it a prepaid or postpaid ? Any option not to recharge after the first 30 days lapsed ?

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      Prepaid. You don't need to recharge if you don't want to after 30 days.