expired 365 Day Super Pack $99 (Unlimited Calls, SMS, 12GB Total Data, 4G) via in-Store Voucher @ ALDImobile

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This deal is back from November 21 for a limited time or until sold out.

  • Unlimited Calls & SMS - Standard national Calls, SMS and MMS included.
  • 12GB data included - Equivalent to 1GB per month. For use throughout the year.
  • 365 Day Expiry - Great value, lasts for 365 days
  • Available in store - for a limited time or until sold out from 21 November 2018

If you run out of data before the end of your 1 year expiry, you can buy a 3GB Data Add-on to keep you going, for just $15. Find out more about the 3GB Data Add-on here.

How to get your Super Pack
The $99 1 Year Super Pack is available for a limited time in store from 21 November 2018 for a limited time or until sold out. Make sure you use the voucher code that is inside the pack by the date shown on your pack.Head to your nearest ALDI store and pick up a $99 1 Year Super Pack, it will contain everything you need to get started including a SIM card and a voucher code for the Super Pack.

Already have an ALDImobile SIM card?
You'll need to head to your local store and buy the special $99 1 Year Super Pack, it will come with a SIM card and a voucher code for the Super Pack. Simply use the voucher code to recharge your existing service with a 1 Year Super Pack. You can keep hold of the SIM or give it to a friend or family member to use.If you already have a Super Pack that's due to expire, you can recharge with the $99 1 Year Super Pack online or via our App from 21 November 2018 and before 1 March 2019. Remember that recharging with another pack before expiry will override your current Super Pack and the remaining inclusions will be forfeited and not refunded.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    How much is it normally?

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    What happens when you run out of data? How much does extra data cost?

    • +3 votes

      3GB data add-on

      If you run out of data before the end of your 1 year expiry, you can buy a 3GB Data Add-on to keep you going, for just $15. Find out more about the 3GB Data Add-on here.

      If you clicked on the deal

      5c / MB (charged from your PAYG credit if available, if you have no included data credit or Data Add-on credit)

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      3GB for $15 (it states this halfway down the page if you click the link)

  • +23 votes

    12GB of data for an entire year? Yeah nah, itโ€™s not 2009 anymore.

    • +6 votes

      Good deal for kid's phones though where they mainly use data at home/school on wifi…

      • +5 votes

        good deal for those of us with dual sim phones, with the aldi data used as a backup when the other network is a bit iffy, or youre between the cashback deals.

        • +11 votes

          Good deal for those of us who are almost always near Wi-Fi, and don't feel the need to stream videos while we're out and about

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      Aldi has a one year super pack with 80GB of data for $249.
      https://www.aldimobile.com.au/plans/1-year-super-pack/

      • +6 votes

        The sweet spot is around 3 GB data per month. That meets the needs of an awful lot of people who have a phone and use it, but aren't on it all the time and/or streaming video over mobile. I suspect Aldi know this, it's the reason why their prepaid value packs now go from "S" to "L", and they no longer offer the "M" value pack: https://www.aldimobile.com.au/plans/m-value-pack/

        So 36 GB per year, to pick the mid the point between a 12 GB $99/year pack and 80GB $249/year pack, you'd guess it'd cost = 99 + ( (249-99) / (80-12) * (36-12)) = $152.

        And that would be a pretty awesomely good product, ~$152/year prepaid for 3 GB/month & unlimited calls on the Telstra network.

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          We paid $152 for a 365 day "small" plan, 3GB from Kogan, for my mother. Unfortunately it is back to $179.90 now.

          We have had a really good service with Vodafone and Kogan though so would be unlikely to switch to Telstra (Have had an issue with Telstra sales people. They sent out broadband equipment when they were clearly told not to. I had the hassle of returning it all!).

          • -1 vote

            @JediJan: So basing a decision not to go Telstra because they sent you the equipment… Yeah, only Telstra does that, no other company.

            A while ago I took a deal and Vodafone charged me the full price. Didn't back down until I involved ombudsman after which they gave me a refund plus freebies. Then again found out on one of my prepaid phones they wiped out all the credit I had and I had to call them to sort that out.

            TLDR, Any company will make stuff ups because they are human. Once we go down with robots, they too will make mistakes.
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSYAPKgcgj0

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              @bargainparker:

              Any company will make stuff ups

              That's adorable. Are you this naive about everything?

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                @Diji1: No, but I don't see what you want to say here. Do you want to tell me you always had great experience with all companies/shops you were dealing with and your customer experience is superb. Go on whirlpool forum to read some horror retail stories. This is not a perfect world, people will stuff up. Just about any company has their share of doing something they shouldn't.

                If a company consisted of one or several people, then I would take my business elsewhere.

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              @bargainparker: I can only give you my experience. Telstra was a pain and a half (these were pushy sales people trying to force a senior to accept that package … When I intervened they still did not make it easy and tried to force payment … we never opened or attempted to use the contents). They had her credit details as she had telephone account with them. It was a worrying time, I was also concerned that they may not receive the returned package for some reason, so I paid to have tracking and signature on it, for my peace of mind.

              I accept mistakes happen but if it was then they should have made the process far easier and pleasant to fix. All companies record their calls so it would have been so easy to verify she said no. She was already happily using another broadband service at that time; Dodo I think, and had no interest in changing. It really was not an error at the time, but pushy sales people. They were persistent and tried to get even me to accept (try out?) the deal, even though I was insistent it was not wanted (it was far more expensive than the other service too!).

              Have never had any issues with either Vodafone or Kogan over many years. I have even had extra charges removed from our mobile account that a child used (our fault) with Vodafone. Only switched to Kogan Mobile 365 day plans, for our mobiles, as they worked out cheaper and they use Vodafone. Found Vodafone were very helpful. I plan on keeping our mobiles with with Kogan or Vodafone, but this Aldi offer may be too good to pass up for my mothers mobile (uses wifi setting at home and rarely uses internet when out). Will have to see what she thinks; senior people don't often want to change companies as much as others, especially when there have been no problems.

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          The sweet spot is around 3 GB data per month

          I use 3GB just on emails per month.

        • +4 votes

          What about this Telechoice 13 month plan with 4GB/month for $180? This might be worth considering. It is on the Telstra mobile network too and the cost works out to be $13.85/month.
          https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/414409

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        Been waiting for this one to come back for a while.

  • +4 votes

    Bit stingy with the data…

  • +12 votes

    For me, as a retired person who mainly uses WiFi at home it is sufficient. The 'free' calls more than make up for it.

    • +5 votes

      I agree - it's a fantastic plan for older people who use less data. In fact, I don't know why most older people don't cancel their home phones and just use these unlimited plans. Saves paying line rental for a home phone.

      International calls I would think it's easier to just use facebook call/viber call/skype etc.

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        My senior mother uses her mobile (Kogan 365 day small plan, currently $179.90 atm (paid $152) 3GB per 30 days, and uses wifi at home), but says she must keep home phone for her callers, especially overseas ones. They don't all use Skype or send emails unfortunately, or, I agree this would be a great option for her. She uses Facebook a lot too.

        Still waiting for NBN so using Vodafone data sims(180 day 35GB each) we picked up for $20 from Coles (were $50 before) some time back.

        • +1 vote

          I suppose in that case she can go to a budget plan with high call rates for her home phone - this way if she's not making any outgoing phone calls via home phone she can at least get the line rental as low as possible.

          I'm sure if she needs to call overseas to those people who don't use skype she could use those calling cards via her mobile?

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            @placard: Stayed with Telstra for landline, something like $30+ a month for an unused phone rental … I know! I have encouraged her to drop the landline completely and tell others to just ring the mobile. The Kogan 365 day plan does not allow you to call overseas; only negative. Has used Skype in the past but not so keen (I have not). Not heard of calling cards via mobiles … has a lot of elderly callers. Hopefully only a few months now to switching to NBN; has opted for a TPG NBN combined plan, where the home phone component is only about $10. She does receive quite a few overseas calls a month.

            • +2 votes

              @JediJan: If she is a pensioner, she can keep the line for incoming calls only without paying for it. Only Telstra does it.

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                @bargainparker: Agree. Have heard about that but mother doesn't want to change anything. I think they are not supposed to have a mobile to get that type of free account, but seeing as all the mobile accounts are in my name that would suit her really well.

                • +1 vote

                  @JediJan: if you don't tell them, they won't know.

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                    @bargainparker: ๐Ÿ‘
                    She is well aware of this service but wants the landline still usable to make calls.

                    I know someone who makes use of this free Telstra home phone account because his visitors made a lot of calls he just could not afford to pay … I bought him a sim card in my name for his mobile.

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                    @bargainparker: Yes, we dont give that number out, only for family etc. At least that mobile is not receiving spam calls that way! Must update that "Do Not Call" register thing for her; so much spam she takes the phone off the hook to watch the news!

        • +6 votes

          MyNetFone provides a DID ($5/yr on the Whirlpoolsaver plan) so external callers can still reach your mum with a normal number.

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            @lomie: That sounds pretty good; what telco is that with? I think the TPG plan she has opted for (when NBN finally happens for her) is $10 extra month for home phone too, possibly including calls too. Many free overseas minutes included I think.

  • -2 votes

    If they did 12gb/month would of been more ideal i guess.

  • +3 votes

    Using math this equates to $8.25 per month.

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    Is this still telstra network?

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    I was hoping they'd release a new $249/299 pack

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    Do ALDI have exactly the same coverage as Telstra, or is it restricted in some way?

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    Off the topic, I've accidentally revoked my vote for my own deal! How do I restore it?

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    I dont know why everybody gives jv a hard time when all he does is asks the questions that your thinking when you see the deal pop up,

    If you were really not happy with the question from jv just dont reply then he will be forced to look himself, if not dont complain.

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      he will be forced to look himself

      That's not going to happen anytime soon…

      If you're going to bother posting a deal, you should at least go to the effort of adding useful info so people don't have to waste time looking for it… It also reduced wear and tear on your mouse and keyboard.

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    Does aldi have international service?

    • -1 vote

      only on $25+/month plans

    • +1 vote

      Do you mean make international calls or global roaming? These are 2 different thing.

      If you are on S plan you can still make international calls with your PAYG credit. For other higher plan you only need PAYG credit when you exhausted the included international call minutes.

      For global roaming, You must have PAYG credit to use it. (i.e. recharge and enable it before you fly away)

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        I'm in an unusual situation. Occasionally I may need to make international calls and roaming, but usually I just need to receive international SMS. Do I need PAYG credit to receive international SMS?

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          Receiving international SMS is always free, even when roaming. But I'd leave some money into PAYG credit to make sure the roaming will be activated.

  • -1 vote

    Paid 2.5x more than this for 32x the data on Kogan

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