expired Free Belong $40 SIM & Shipping with any Phone/Tablet purchase (or $0.01 + shipping for SIM only) @ Mobileciti

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Hi all,

Mobileciti are offering free $40 belong sim cards for phone/tablet purchases, with free delivery thrown in as well. No coupon code is required, just add the phone or tablet, and the belong sim to cart, and the discount should be automatically applied at checkout.

Otherwise, for those who just want the sim only, it is $0.01 + Shipping ($6.8 for 1, $8.8 for 2). Please apply coupon 'BELONG' at checkout.

Please note that there is a maximum of 2 sim cards per customer.

Thanks!

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    who are Belong with for mobile reception?

  • +7 votes

    Still have 1000 packs laying around in my $80,000 high yield investment car. Giving them for free for every eneloop purchase Much better deal, sorry op.

  • +4 votes

    I got a free sim last deal but when I went activate it wanted me to pay the $40…..

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      Could you clarify finally how much you pay, and how much you get after activation?
      Is it the same SIM?

      Is it the same sim as from JB-HIFI last time?

      Thanks.

      • +2 votes

        I didn’t end up activating the sim coz It was suppose to be free $40 sim but activating it wanted me to pay, yes it was during the JB Hi fi free belong sim

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      Maybe the card havent been activated at checkout, my one is good. I signed up with 5gb and international call plan for $35, still got $5 credits.

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      same with me! what a waste of time! Staying on Coles mobile for now deception supposed to be punishable

  • +2 votes

    8.82 for 2

  • +1 vote

    The SIM package reads 30 GB but in the conditions it only specifies 15 GB.
    ???

  • +3 votes

    Ordered couple of these. hopefully they are the $40 Starter balance not the ones that ask to pay $40. Coz will be asking a refund from Mobileciti in this case.

  • +2 votes

    got a free sim pack, activated and asked to pay $5 to use call and txt otherwise free data only, good thing is they gave me 45GB data straightaway and unlimited calls/txts AND that $5 became part of the $45 credit for official first month, which means they let me use the services a week before it starts :), data is rolled over too so I will have 45GB + 15GB + unlimited calls/txts for 1 month + 1 week :))

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    $6.80 to send a SIM card is a rip off.

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      Particularly when they come in a large envelope probably costs $2.

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    There's also free click and collect from Parramatta.

  • -3 votes

    Not as good as free, but $8.82 for 120 GB of mobile data is ok

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    Got this deal in the last one. Anyone know i how to stop the next payment? Or do I need to cancel in Paypal?

    • +3 votes

      with kogan and amaysim you can select it not to autopay. Probably belong has such an option. Otherwise they will just top up automatically.

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    I think the new prepaid (Dick Smith) Kogan Mobile discounts offer good value. They use Vodafone, which we have found very reliable. They also sent two sim cards free of charge, when I bought an online voucher code. Did not enable autopay either.

    We have transferred two of our prepaid mobile plans for the current yearly discounts.

    https://www.kogan.com/au/shop/phones/prepaid-plans/

    Okay; off topic.

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      They use Vodafone, which we have found very reliable

      I think I need to get my eyes checked, did I just see you saying Vodafail was reliable?

      • +1 vote

        Yes. We have used Vodafone, for at least a decade or so, without any problems at all. On the other hand many with Optus or Telstra locals have been complaining bitterly. Why I was confident in switching some of our mobiles to Kogan. My regular mobie still under contract. Reliability must be an area specific thing I guess, although from home in outer suburban Vic to the Mornington Peninsula, city, mountains or the border river towns have had no problems there (or interstate) either.

        • +2 votes

          In NSW, between Sydney and the a Central Coast the reception is absolutely shocking. I actually can't use my phone for about half an hour on the train ride. Optus is about 5 minutes and Telstra has got service all the way through.

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          @pennypincher98: Will keep that in mind if we have need to travel there. Do have some rellies in Port Macquarrie so may visit sometime. Gold Coast was no problem for Vodafone. Friend south of Mackay using Vodafone too with no problems.

          We have used Belong since the inception of NBN, no contract, min 100 GB, slowest speed too, and not experienced any problems with them either. So cannot criticise Belong (Telstra) myself. Can only say these things must be area specific, so we should all do our homework first.

        • +1 vote

          @JediJan: Vodafone in Sydney is fine. Vodafone in Newcastle is fine. I could even use my phone normally with adequate reception in New Zealand better than I can use it near my house!!

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          @pennypincher98:
          Yes, would be pretty annoying if it did not work well at home; would definitely change to another asap. As our area was STD rates* anywhere from a home phone we relied solely on these mobiles.

          (*Ridiculous as only one hour train from the City. Perhaps why our area was one of the first to have NBN).

          Only know one spot down here that calls will drop out. Bit of a blink and you'd miss it though, when driving past. Son would be like incredulous! The signal strength bars reset immediately after, so it can only be for metres.

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          @JediJan: That's alright though. Yeah we were one of the earlier places to have NBN as well - and I like the sheep that I was followed the crowd onto NBN.
          ADSL2+ I never had issues with. NBN is kinda sucky.

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          @pennypincher98:
          We were using Vodafone wifi before NBN (no home phone line for ADSL), and finding NBN much better (and cheaper too).
          When we were connected the installer told me we were one of the lucky ones with FTTP (fibre connected all the way to premises). Said we were being connected on the older contract, and we were lucky as others on the later contract would have FTTN (fibre to the node), which uses some existing copper wire. Assume then FTTP is why we have had a good experience with NBN.

          The only negative is not being able to take our internet with us when we travel, unlike the wifi gadget that went everywhere. Of course I guess we could buy a data only sim to use, but more $s.

          In my opinion FTTP should be provided to all homes. But, Hell, that is what most districts voted for at last federal election. Only exception possibly remote areas where cost may be excessively high. Most people living in remote areas (I was one of them) accept a downgraded version because of cost alone. Some use satellite versions but I am not sure how effective they are.

          We have been considering moving but must say it rates pretty highly on our list what kind of NBN another premises has. Wonder if this kind of attribute should be disclosed at time of buying or renting too.

          Mother is not connected to NBN yet; still using wifi for her internet and paying very dearly for it too (low GBs for the $s). Found direct connected wifi better than ADSL, which was very unreliable and slow for her. Cannot wait for NBN to arrive for the savings alone. Yes, her wifi is reliable but s-l-o-w most times. I have found turning it off and on seems to resolve any lagging problems.

          If NBN is not working well enough maybe wifi would be better, but it seems the costs are just too prohibitive. I have a few wifi modems (4G and 3G) left that I am reluctant to part with. Been a few years with untroubled NBN now but still concerns over what may be. What if we have a power cut? Wifi would still have some juice left, but if mobile towers are knocked out would be unfunctional.

  • +2 votes

    Got 2 with free pick up (C&C) at Parramatta, then selected pay by cash :P

    Thanks OP!

  • +1 vote

    One thing I'll mention though, is that there's basically only 2 android tablets available on the website from what I could see.

    So by "tablet", they essentially mean iPad

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    Was good until I see with a phone purchase

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    Caution! This $40 is WITHOUT calling and text service(just can receive when charge free). If you still wanna make calls and send sms, you still have to choose the options like following:
    $5 for unlimited calling and text within australia
    $10 for the above and some minutes international call
    $15 for the above and unlimited to 15 counties international

    So the deal this time, you have to pay $6.8+5=$11.8 at least for normal using. Not as good as the Kogan $4.90 30days extra large(23G data unlimited call & sms) plan. Of course when the vodafone network coverage is good for you(Kogan using Vodafone network,Belong using telstra).

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      I read online $49.90 for EXTRA LARGE (23GB), unlimited calls and text, with Kogan Mobile, on the 30 day prepaid plan, $95.70 for 90 day prepaid plan and $315.10 for 365 day prepaid plan. Prices end 31st January, 2018.

      I switched 2 of our mobiles to Kogan Mobile 365 day prepaid plans. Kogan uses Vodafone facilites. Am tossing up whether I should buy one more of these to replace a post paid plan still under contract too. No sim card fee (they sent 2 multi-sized sim cards when I purchased 1 voucher). Retained our old numbers and easy & quick process over internet to activate. All unlimited calls and sms within Aus. Data per 30 days:

      SMALL $152.10 2GB data (equiv to $12.675 pm)
      MEDIUM $205.60 6GB data (equiv to $17.133 pm)
      LARGE $254.30 16GB data (equiv to $21.192 pm)
      EXTRA LARGE $315.10 23GB data (equiv to $26.258 pm)

      These reduced prices are only valid to 11:59pm 31st January, 2018 though.
      I am not trying to sell these plans for them, but useful to compare with other prepaid plans.
      Was given 25th February, 2018 as last day to activate sim.

      • +1 vote

        I would really hope you would be using a $20/$30 kogan voucher, $10 referral or all of the above :)
        Can save you $60!!

        With this discount:
        Small is ~$7.67**/month ($92.10)
        Medium is ~$12.11/month ($145.10)
        Large is ~$16.19/month ($194.30)
        Extra Large is ~$21.25/month ($255.10)

        **With minimum purchase $120.

        Cannot be beaten in terms of value.

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          No, I did not. 😣 (Always a better deal … please send me the details). Was not aware of the Kogan voucher or $10 referral.

          Was paying for 2x 90 day prepaid plans with Vodafone and the current Kogan 365 day plans made a good saving in comparison, so was happy to change over to Kogan.

          Am very interested though as my postpaid plan is nearing end of contract. Vodafone usually offer me a new and decent (not latest model though) replacement mobile to stay with them longer. I have not been paying for the mobiles.

        • +1 vote

          @JediJan: Yeah, the vouchers are all over the classifieds section here, you can get them from Qantas ($20 off $100 spend) Dominos (old ones are $30 off $120 spend, new ones are $20 off $100 spend) and some other places..
          The Kogan $10 referral is for new accounts but you can always make a new one I guess :)

          You got a great deal anyway!

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          @pennypincher98: Thanks for the heads up here. Looks like I have missed some of the fun going on in here (hard to keep up with so many of these great deals going on and OzB over these holidays). I should get myself into gear now though and see what is happening with all these Kogan vouchers. Perhaps do an even better deal with my own mobile plan.
          Cheers ☺👍

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          @JediJan: No worries :) I saw someone last night even give away a free $30 voucher! Yeah so many great deals that make me spend save my money!
          If only I had $120 worth of stuff to buy at Kogan..

        • +1 vote

          @pennypincher98:
          The Certa battery operated garden tools set (3) are not a bad buy if around the $120 mark.

          The hedge tool and grass trimmer are pretty cool but the blower is not that powerful really. Bought replacement batteries on sale not long ago for about $29 (was $39 I think). I believe the grass trimmer blades are cheaper to buy on eBay.

          Don't pay more than $120 for set though; saw ad on eBay saying $199 … reduced from $599 or similar. Cheek!

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      When you sign up, you can choice 5GB plan for $25 and the remaining credits for the calls

  • +1 vote

    This has data gifting. Where's the best place to buy and sell data?

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    Placed two orders on 7th Jan, still haven't got the sim cards yet :(
    @lyl

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