Kogan Mobile | $14.90 for 90 Days | 20GB Per 30 Days | Unlimited Talk & Text (New Customers)

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Kogan Mobile Prepaid Voucher Code L (90 Days | 20GB Per 30 Days) – New Customers Only

  • Free SIM card included
  • 20GB of data per 30 days
  • Unlimited standard national calls
  • Unlimited standard texts and MMS
  • All for use within Australia
  • 90 day expiry
  • No hidden fees
  • Voucher expires at 11:59pm AEDT on 14/01/2019.
  • Kogan Mobile uses the Vodafone Network.

Credit to AndyStyle who posted this deal -
32GB Prepaid | 30 Days | $0.99 @ Kogan Mobile (New Customers)

Comments from previous posts say that if you are an existing customer and want to take advantage of these new customer deals, you need to port out for 1 month. That's if you want to use the same number.
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Comments

  • +5 votes

    Looks like a few people will be porting from Catch to Kogan and vice versa quite a bit if this keeps up.

  • +5 votes

    Ok, whose been a "new customer" for Kogan mobile on multiple occasions now!?

    • +5 votes

      I've always been new.. at least 20 times now, the internet at my house is too crap.
      Old android phone + Xiaomi amplifier + $1 kogan sim = temporary crap-tier NBN because my ADSL is at 400KB/s..

      • -1 vote

        You should probably complain about your ADSL as I'm pretty sure they have to provide a minimum of 1.5MBs.

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          Telstra have no obligation. As long as you can make a call the line is "good"

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          All ADSL in Australia is "Up to" the specified speed.

          I beleive the minimum on ADSl 2 is 1.5Mbps or 150 KB/s or thereabouts before they will do anything.

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        I use that too. Except I got a 4g modem plugged into a Netgear router (with rooter installed) as a solution. Fairly cheap to setup and now the xiaomi has retired as the router has good range, more memory and bandwidth works well with chrome cast etc.

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          Which model Netgear do you have?

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          I do the same at my office and also previously used a Chinese router with r00ter installed but have now switched to a Kogan 4G router.
          As the roof is made from tin and I'm surrounded by tall factories, I was getting around 5Mbps down 2Mbps up, so I installed a 4G antenna and now hitting around 28Mbps down and 25Mbps up.

    • +1 vote

      Started to lose count of the number of times now, between the three of us; all logged on a personal database now.

      We are looking at continuing our 365 day prepaid plans also.

      • +2 votes

        You know things are getting serious when you're maintaining databases and excel spreadsheets at home and not at work.

        • +1 vote

          Tell us about it!

          Have been activating Vodafone data sims (35 GB that can last 180 days) too; have 8 of these also. Mother is still waiting for NBN (until maybe Feb) and these were on special at Coles about 3+ months ago for $20 each (in lieu of $50), so she is using these in her pocket wifi. Doesn't use much data herself so one sim lasts her at least a month!

          We hope to remain with Kogan mobile on those 365 day plans (small, medium and large) but may even look to port these over to another telco (possibly Vodafone) when the days expire and then port back to Kogan Mobile after another month.

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    Hi, if I been an existing customer for Kogan, how do you become a new customer? did you port your number to a different network other then Kogan or did u just change your number?

    I would like to keep my own number, has anyone been through this situation yet??

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    which network is Kogan using?

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    Got this for the wifey, used a $10 Kogan referral voucher. Works out to $1.63 per month, totally worth it.

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    Powered by the Vodafone 4G network.

    Anyone know If there's no 4G reception means no reception at all?

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    damn question, is the price only for first month?

    • +3 votes

      The price is for the first 90 days total (3 months). Then if not cancelled would jump back up to its normal price

      • +2 votes

        Then how do you keep your number? Are you able to get a 365 plan once the first 90 days finish? And what the normal price?

        • +1 vote

          I haven’t personally done it. However based on the ozbargain conversations about it previously. When you are signing up, it asks if you want to keep your number (port), you would select yes if this is what you want.

          As for the longer plan, I would assume you would buy a 365 recharge and ensure automatic renewal was turned off for the 90 day plan you were on.

          Kogan has their prices on their website so normal prices for the 90 day 17gb is $99.90 and the 365 day 17gb is $399.90.

          To see the other options available you can go directly to their website here https://www.kogan.com/au/shop/phones/?q=kogan%20mobile%20pre...

  • +1 vote

    Anyone know if the 365 days plan is ever on sale? need to find a new sim plan since Virgin Mob is shutting down. Thanks

    • +3 votes

      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/359466

      Can become an existing customer for $0.99.

    • +3 votes

      Yes. There were several specials going for the 365 day plans almost a year ago. The "small" 365 plan was about $27 ($152? in lieu of $179) cheaper, the "large" about $80-100 cheaper and, even better, there was a special "2 for 1" deal on the "medium" which I shared with another OzBargainer (I purchased for about $300?, OzBr paid me her half by PayPal (had a sim handy already), so I sent her the sim code, and later posted her sim card when it arrived. Since we ported over 3 accounts to Kogan Mobile the monthly GB allocations increased in all 3. There does not appear to be any promotions for the 365 day plans for some time though, like there has been for the recent 30 and 90 day plans. If there are I suspect a number of people who purchased like we did may port out to another telco for a month+ and then port back as new customers. We were with Vodafone before and the changeover was very fast.

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    Was running low cheers

  • +1 vote

    Is there minimum days not with Kogan to be "new"?

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    Perfect timing. Needed exactly this for rellos visiting next month.

  • +2 votes

    Many thanks Op..just bought one for a backup nxt month as well.
    Also an extra thanks from one of the Citizen deals last year. Going great.

  • +1 vote

    Hmmm surely kogan is at a loss with this constant deal or else they use all the info they get out of this for the Kogan Super?

  • +1 vote

    What's the minimum number of days you've to be ported out from Kogan for you to be considered a new customer when you port in again? I am assuming that porting out and immediately porting in on the same day or in a day or two won't work.

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    How can you cancel your account before the 90 days is over?

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