expired 25-40% off Kogan Mobile Yearly Unlimited Plans: $10.90/1.5GB, $16.90/6GB, $20.90/11GB, $25.90/16GB Equivalent Per Month

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Notice — the expiry of this deal has been extended to SEP 18TH, 2017 AT 11:59PM AEST

You will see "This Promotion has Ended" Ignore this and simply click on to add the item to your cart.

Including unlimited standard calls and texts.

The following deals apply which are equivalent per month when you pay for a year upfront:

$10.90 / 1.5GB ($132.59 upfront, Was $179.90)
$16.90 / 6GB ($205.58 upfront, Was $299.90)
$20.90 / 11GB ($254.34 upfront, Was $399.90)
$25.90 / 16GB ($315.08 upfront, Was $529.90)

Hi all, I received this email today when I emailed Kogan Customer Service to ask if they had any up coming deals. This is what I received back:

We currently have a special offer up to 40% discount available on all 365 days recharge options.

Whenever you buy a Kogan Mobile Prepaid Voucher Code for e.g : LARGE (365 Days | 10GB) for $254.34, you will be sent a unique Kogan Mobile voucher by email and a Kogan Mobile SIM Starter Pack by post.

Once you have a Kogan Mobile SIM Card, simply visit the Kogan Mobile activation centre to redeem your unique voucher. For smooth activation, ensure that the name you use to activate the service is same as the one appearing on the credit card you intend to use. Follow the activation steps until you get to the “Choose Plan” stage.
At the “Choose Plan” stage, enter your unique voucher under the heading “GOT A VOUCHER?” The place to enter your voucher will look like this:
Follow the remaining prompts to finish activating your service.
Once you apply your voucher, you are not required to pay any additional charges for the first top up.

Your credit card is needed to verify your ID. A $1.00 pre-authorization fee will be charged to your credit card which will automatically be refunded within 5 business days.

The promotion offer is a limited period offer valid till 31/08/2017.

Any recharge done on or before the promotion ends is eligible for the discount on the actual price point.

After the promotion offer is over, the original recharge rate is applicable

The unique Kogan Mobile voucher included as part of this product is non transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash. Voucher expires at 11:59pm AEST on 30/09/2017. Activation or recharge must be made before the voucher expiry date. Voucher does not apply to subsequent recharges. Voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any other vouchers or promotional offers.

I hope others can enjoy this deal. All the best :)

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Referral:  simsim32 or random (1948)

Referee will receive $5 credit to spend (min. $200 spend). Referrer will get $5 credit after the referee has made a purchase (minimum $200 spend, within 14 days).

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  • +26 votes

    Been really happy with Kogan. Almost everyone in my family is with them now!

    • +7 votes

      Hijacking to share something important.

      I've also had great experiences with Kogan and value-wise from a non-SIM slutting point of view, they are great. Kogan Mobile is great for local use in Australia.

      However, they do not offer international roaming.

      This mainly matters for those who need their own number for work/business, and for those that need to receive SMS codes for internet banking. This has affected me before when using Citibank (Citibank Plus, guys?) as my app wasn't working properly and it needed to send me an SMS.. but guess what? I couldn't receive it because I was on Kogan =/

      Otherwise, this is fantastic value.

      • +2 votes

        Kogan deal-breaker for me was no missed call alerts. Can you confirm? Has anyone tried to call your fam when you/they have been out of coverage and not left a message? Apparently in this case you get no notification of the call whatsoever.
        Was with Amaysim and was angery to find this service was opt-in after being 'unreachable' for several days when I was mostly just at home with bad reception.

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          I do get notification and a voicemail if left.

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          @tajid: SMS alert or just handset notification? I'm talking about no reception, call doesn't come through, no voicemail left and you just never even know someone tried calling.

        • -4 votes

          @buttstuff:
          If you went with telstra you would never need this feature

        • +1 vote

          @Hirolol: Irrelevant and unhelpful. Same scenario if your phone goes flat with any provider and miss a call, you wanna get a text alert when you boot it back up.

        • +5 votes

          @buttstuff:
          Make no mistake.
          I had no intention of being helpful. Lol

          Seriously though, I always thought that features was with all telcos.
          Interesting!!

        • +2 votes

          @Hirolol: Its also fairly untrue, telstra has the best coverage in australia. I still have numerous dropouts and iffy service in the suburbs and city especially when in buildings. Id hands down choose telstra if I was a regional customer but for big city dwellers like most of us, other carriers are worth looking at.

          last time I was with kogan on the Telstra network they got shutdown

      • +3 votes

        Hi not sure if this will help… but by allowing fingerprint access in Citibank app you don't need to receive SMS codes even if you are making mobile banking overseas. This always works on my iPhone, not sure about Android :)

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          This would definitely be helpful! Can you please confirm which Citibank app I should download? There are so many when I search 'Citibank' - Citibank Australia, Citi Mobile, Citi Pay Australia…

        • +2 votes

          The standard Citibank app able to generate a token, replacing the text token.

        • +1 vote

          @onomatopoeia: Once you swap SIM cards out though, the app wants you to re-authenticate. I went overseas, swapped SIM cards thinking I could still use the app. Wouldn't let me. Tried to log in on my PC to change the mobile number to my new overseas one… it wouldn't let me… because I still had my Aus number on there, and it was sending an SMS code to that one. Pain in the arse.

          Anyway, I've learnt my lesson. Generate an offline code before going overseas.

      • +5 votes

        Think I mentioned this on a previous post, but to get around this I left my kogan sim in an old phone at home, with Pushbullet installed.

        With WiFi access and Pushbullet on my phone overseas, I was able to to receive and send sms from my kogan number back home.

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          With WiFi access and Pushbullet on my phone overseas, I was able to to receive and send sms from my kogan number back home.

          I found Pushbullet a bit expensive, so I switched to Join.

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          @eug:

          I'm still using Pushbullet free which is doing everything I need, but will check it out. Do miss being able to action notifications from my desktop if it can do that.

      • +3 votes

        Yes, I had this problem too but it seems most banks (Citibank, CBA, ANZ?) are moving to notification based messaging rather than SMS. Notifications, I believe work whenever you have Internet access on your phone independent of carrier. So when we are overseas we will use an overseas SIM for calls and data and receive banking messages through notifications. As someone else mentioned, the Citibank app can locally generate tokens for two-factor authentication (like the dedicated devices some banks give you).

      • +2 votes

        @illumination There's an option within the Citibank AU app to set up OTP (One Time Pin) which gives you the pin which you need for banking usually sent via SMS.

        This option doesn't require internet, I used it when I travelled to the US a few weeks ago.

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          Sorry forgot to reply to this.

          I'm aware of this but I hadn't had it set up yet at the time. Yes, the solution could've (should've?) been set it up before I left Australia, but having roaming as a "backup" would've been handy.

  • +1 vote

    what happens if you go over your monthly data?

    • +18 votes

      It just cuts off once you reach the limit so you will never pay any excess charges.

    • +14 votes

      You can't check OzBargain.

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      Breaks the internet. And it doesn't auto renew by default either.

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      You just can't use mobile data anymore until new month starts or you can recharge your data.

    • +1 vote

      This was an official reply when I emailed them to ask. I too was curious:

      "You can purchase additional data at any time with our DATA PACK for $14.90. Your DATA PACK will be valid for 30 days, or until your allocation of data has exhausted.

      You can even add it onto your existing Kogan Mobile Prepaid Plan to top up your data as often as you like. The DATA PACK can be purchased as a stand-alone plan or as a Data Add ons.

      DATA PACK includes:
      · 2GB of data to use within Australia valid for a 30 day period.

      · Unused data expires on next recharge or expiry date, whichever is earlier.

      · Minimum charge is $14.90 for DATA PACK"

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        Unused data expires on next recharge or expiry date, whichever is earlier.

        I'd used my 14gb with about 5 days until recharge so grabbed the data pack and noticed it carried over for me into the new month which was handy.

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          I think every new 30 days on the 1 year or 90 day plan doesn't count as a recharge, so that may be why it carried over, so it will just expire at the expiry date.

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    Any $1 deal?

  • +2 votes

    Sorry the usual noob asking the usual noob questions:

    What network does Kogan use and any international calls included?

  • +1 vote

    Happy so far. And use skype if you need international calls.

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    Can other more experienced users confirm whether you can post a referral link in a post or submission or whether or not this is allowed? I was slightly confused reading the guidelines. Thanks.

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    You should update the discounted prices for the 10GB & 14GB plans. It should be $20.90 for 10GB and $25.90 for the 14GB plan.

    Also can confirm this deal is available to existing customers as well.

  • +1 vote

    Been happy with Kogan. Using them since the last deal.

  • +2 votes

    I know a lot of people have said that Voda is pretty good now, but I've found it pretty average. This is in Sydney metro. Looking to move off to an Optus reseller from Kogan.

    • +1 vote

      same here. reception very weak.

    • +1 vote

      Optus reseller are not much better in Sydney, i tried Amaysim when they had the cashback offer in June, reception was not much better. Most of the time i could only get 3G.

      They are both usable since i use wifi most of the time. The only network that i had really good reception on was Telstra but they are really expensive. Aldi mobile might be good as they are a Telstra reseller but most of the time reseller doesn't have the same coverage as the main network.

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        Interesting. I've been on Amaysim for a while now and have been looking to switch off because there are similar plans for cheaper prices. But in regards to the Amaysim reception in Sydney, I've had no complaints and I get very strong 4G signals. In fact the reason I'm looking to move off is because I use my phone data as a hotspot because it is infinitely faster than the wifi at home.

        I'm tempted by this deal, but not sure whether the Vodafone network is as good as Optus'.

  • +1 vote

    Anyone know if reloaded with a new 12 months recharge, it'll just add onto whatever you have left of your previous 12 months recharge?

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      It will void your previous recharge, I know Lebara recharges stack

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      Would also like to know, current plan runs until Dec.

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      it will overwrite your existing, but you may be able to get refund for the unused portion of your current call, give them a call to confirm.

      I did.

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        They will only give you a refund if you are changing to a bigger plan like moving from medium to large, I just called

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          I called last weekend they said they will review case by case. I've done that once on mine.

    • +1 vote

      I would have thought you'd buy the voucher but hold onto it until you're ready to recharge. Do they have an expiry date?

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        +1 Would like to know how long I have to activate.

        EDIT: Here it is
        Voucher expires at 11:59pm AEST on 30/09/2017.

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    Signed up to a similar deal towards the start of the year, great value. Occasionally lose signal in Brisbane, but that's mainly due to underground car parks etc which would happen with any provider.

  • +3 votes

    I still have 3 months left with current plan, shame Kogan recharges do not stack like lebara

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      Same here. Don't want to waste 3 months but would like to upgrade to the next plan up.

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      my reply about this above.

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      I had just over 2 months left on the Large Plan, ended up recharging to the Extra Large plan and they refunded me the remaining months.

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        For upgrades yes they will happily refund. If it's the same plan, they will look case by case (should be easy to convince them thouhg).

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    i am currently with VDF, is there any problem to port into Kogan? Anyone did so? thanks

  • +1 vote

    Went from Vaya to Kogan, 1.5 GB to 5GB for around the same price. Very happy, no issues.

  • +2 votes

    The following should be added to the details:

    The unique Kogan Mobile voucher included as part of this product is non transferrable and cannot be redeemed for cash. Voucher expires at 11:59pm AEST on 30/09/2017. Activation or recharge must be made before the voucher expiry date. Voucher does not apply to subsequent recharges. Voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any other vouchers or promotional offers.

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    Sorry, I'm using vodafone right now, how can I port into Kogan? And if I chose, for example, the $16.90 per month, do I have to pay any extra monthly for vodafone? Thank you.

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      What do you mean by pay extra monthly for voda?

      You can port out once you get Kogan sim card. It will come with very clear instructions how to activate/port your number.

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