ALDImobile Family Pack $80 (30 Day Expiry) 4 Users with 40GB Shared Data and Unlimited Calls and SMS

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Our Family Pack allows up to 4 services on the plan, everyone gets unlimited calls and SMS plus there's 40GB of data to share and it lasts 30 days.

You can set data limits per service so you’re in control, plus you can setup auto recharge so you can set and forget.
https://www.aldimobile.com.au/m3/docs/critical_information_s...
The following services are provided for a Family Pack Owner and up to 3 Users during your credit validity
period within Australia:
•unlimited standard calls to national fixed lines and standard national mobile, 13/1300, 18/1800, and
voicemail;
•unlimited standard national SMS to other Australian mobiles;
•unlimited standard national MMS (video MMS excluded) to other Australian mobiles;
•unlimited international calls to selected call types and unlimited SMS to unlimited international calls
and SMS countries: Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan,
New Zealand, Pakistan, South Korea, Thailand, UK, USA. see www.aldimobile.com.au/legals for
details;
•40GB shared data (“standard shared data allowance” for this Family Pack)
More info here
https://www.aldimobile.com.au/family-info/
https://www.aldimobile.com.au/activate-family/

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  • +15 votes

    What is this socialism

  • +18 votes

    I currently have four family members on aldi mobile L value packs @ $25 each. This deal gives me 16 GB extra data all up for $20 less.

    Thanks OP.

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    perfect for sharing by gig economy uber eats or delivery drivers if they know each other well enough.

    we are a 2 person household so extra 2 sims would be waste.

  • +8 votes

    Make another pack, $40 for 20GB data for 4 users with unlimited calls + texts and I'm in.

  • +6 votes

    Family pack shared

    Is this deal exclusive to Tasmanians?

  • -2 votes

    do i get fries with that?

  • +1 vote

    Would be good for a family of old timers. Phones are getting bigger and bigger and as a result are being used for content consumption more often. 40gig in a family with say 2 teenagers would be gone within a week.

    • +1 vote

      Would be great to set up your older parents if they use little data and mostly calls/texts. That way you can enjoy most of the data yourself and the parents still get a reasonable deal.

      • +2 votes

        edit: nevermind you can set limits per service. That'll save a few family dramas :)

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        Yep just convinced my parentals to switch to this with us. They were already on $15 & $25 plans so cost neutral to them, now they get international calls. They use a few GB per month on average.

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      my son does 30gb per mth, they aren't allowed phones in class rooms, and at home he uses his tablet as it's larger so that goes via the wifi ….

      the mobile data is sucked by you tube mainly when in transit on tram or in the car.

      • +1 vote

        You can just change the resolution. 360p is fine for me and a just over a quarter the data of 720p.

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    If you don’t use all of the 40GB of data that the Family Pack gives you, then any leftover data will simply rollover, provided you recharge with another Family Pack within 24 hours.

    Pretty good deal if it fits your needs.

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    I'm going to jump on this. Currently paying $46 for 3 mobiles with a total of 5 Gigs a month

  • +1 vote

    5 (or preferrably 6) SIM cards and I'm in.

  • +1 vote

    Lebara $49 for 6 months is better

    • +1 vote

      Lebara is on the Vodafone network. If you are in the country you want the Telstra network, of which ALDI is an MVNO.

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    This is a great deal for us, we have 4 iPhones on Aldi mobile spending $110 for 36Gb
    The only annoyance is that our recharge days vary and so there will be a period where we have to sacrifice some of the current recharges. The savings make it worthwhile though.

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    Optus used to have cheap data sharing sims, they s o r t of got rid of them, then telstra charger monthly for data share.

    might be aldi is setting the trend again for cheap data pool sharing …. it does make life easier and cheaper if you have a shared pool.

    Hope the other carriers follow with cheap data sharing sim plans.

  • +3 votes

    ALDImobile was great up until one night when my auto-renewal was scheduled and the previous month expired there was a 3-4 hour gap (despite everything being scheduled automatically months in advance).
    During those hours it drained my prepaid balance (using casual prepaid rates) until I was left stranded without service.
    I raised a complaint and they just said "This is as per our T&Cs"

    Changed providers the same week.

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      9 months ago, I had the same thing happen and got the exact same response.
      It had never happened before and I chose to stay with them but yeah it was utter BS

      Luckily has never happened since

      • +1 vote

        I cancelled more on principle.
        The fact that they wouldn't make an exception to their T&Cs for this scenario for a customer of several months is poor service.

  • +1 vote

    Good deal.

    Similar would be Belong, with 1x $40 plan and 3x$10 plan, $70/month once all the referral and discount starter credit run out.
    18GB/month but with shaping, not cutoff or paying extra when the kids blow their data allowance in the first week of the month!

    Has some other pros and cons (see render's story above) but worth considering.

    Phoebus, you can set limits for the kids' share of data.

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    Kogan has more data and better value (I believe) on discounted 365 day plans but this simplifies things and includes (some) international calls and SMS. I wonder how easy it is to manage the roll-over data, e.g. is it per service, so if someone doesn't use their allocation they get more next month or can what is saved be allocated to others or all?

  • +1 vote

    Of course kogan is top of the pre paid pile
    however aldi is king of the hel$tra prepaid pile

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    I'm after two sim cards with a total of 5GB for $20/month, if anyone needs two plans with a fair bit of data.

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      So you want to pay $10 a month for 5gb? That’s not even possible with Kogan.

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        I want to pay $10 for 2.5Gb, 5GB is total.
        Gives the other person an average cost of $30 for 17.5GB, which is pretty good.

        • +1 vote

          You might be better off catch connect. They are doing half price so you pay $99 for 1 year 42gb spread over the year. You need to get a voucher for that off the cod website

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            @fozzie: Yes, thanks, but the thing is I want to actually split it as 4gb/1gb (above was just the average). I'd prefer Telstra over Optus, but if I can't find anyone to take me up on my offer, I might well go down that path. Cheers.

  • +2 votes

    From the deal:

    Unused data will rollover continuously and without limit if you recharge onto another Family Pack before the Pack expires or within 24 hours of expiry.
    The standard data allowance of your Family Pack (icluding any data add-on) will be used before any rollover data.
    If you change to a Value Pack or a Data Pack your unused data will not rollover.

    Continously rollover? Is this per service or family pack? Does this mean someone could accumulate a very large rollover?

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      Have a regular ALDI plan and it was changed last month to continuously roll over, with no limit, as long as you recharge each month within 24 hours of expiry (auto recharge handles this with no input needed).

      Assume it works the same way with this plan.

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    I’d rather get more data for less money either with Kogan or Catch connect. By paying upfront. Catch connect gives you 15gb a month for $170 the whole year. Downside you get all the data together so would be hard for kids to manage.

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    Does AldiMobile have Visual Voicemail in iOS?

    Does Belong?

    • +1 vote

      Aldi - No.
      Not sure about Belong but if its the same Telstra Wholesale then I highly doubt it but someone here will hopefully answer.

      edit:
      From Aldi:

      iPhone visual voicemail
      We do not currently support the iPhone visual voicemail function. We do not have any information on when this will be available as it is a carrier restriction that is outside of our control.
      However, you can now use the voicemail button from your iPhone and this enables you to access your voicemail quickly.

      • +1 vote

        Thanks @nuts, I think that is a deal-breaker for me (us) - I'll probably stick with Kogan.

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    Does Aldi Mobile get WiFi calling? Boost does.

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    Does this mean 4 separate accounts sharing one data pool, or 1 account with 4 different mobile numbers (is that even possible?)
    Since it’s prepaid just wondering how the sim expiry dates will be decided on this case.

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      The 4 sims end up with the one owner on the one account.
      https://www.aldimobile.com.au/faq/?s=family

      I would like to add services to my Family Pack that are on different ALDImobile accounts.

      Once you have set up a Family Pack with an Owner service, you can use the "invite service" function on the Family Pack dashboard to invite other ALDImobile services to join the Family Pack.

      This will change the Ownership of those services into the Owner's name so the original account holder will need to accept the invitation and agree to transfer ownership of their service. Once this is agreed to, the service will move to the Owners account and will be added to the Family Pack. Any current Packs on that service will be cancelled and value forfeited. Unused data will not rollover but PAYG credit will transferred and will remain on the service.

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    I've been waiting for another Superpack to come out (1 child on last Superpack - 40Gb for 12 months) and want a new Superpack for my other child as only need AldiMobile for 2 phones. Looking at Pennytel for the 50% off for 6 months deal until AldiMobile release another Superpack

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    How good is ALDI Telstra network? As I understand it is not the same if you are using Telstra mobile

    • +1 vote

      When I think of ALDI I think of the great prices they offer with comparative products.

      Extra - Flirt
      Mars - Titan
      Powerade - Maxade
      Red bull - Flying Power

      To answer your comment, not the same, but still using Telstra product… similar to all their other products

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      Current Aldi mobile user, coverage has been impressive. Better than my previous experience with Optus or my current experience with Vodafone (portable hotspot).

      Coverage and data quality have been reliable. Hasn’t let me down even in the few times we’ve been to remote locations/road trips.

      Would gladly recommend telstras wholesale network, serves well for most city dwellers.

      If Telstras retail coverage is paramount, my suggestion would be Telstra itself or boost.

  • -3 votes

    More Aldi LANDFILL

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    Could I actually use one of the sim as a data sim in an iPad?

    I didn't know you can just put in a normal SIM? (versus data sim)

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