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BYO Sim Only Plan: $35/Mth for 12 Months, 38.88GB Data, Unlimited Int Calls to 15 Countries & Unlimited Int Text @ Telechoice

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$35 per month 38.88GB data. They use Telstra Network plus you can get 50% off plan fee if you add another service

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  • +2

    This for around ~$25 if you sign up with a mate isn't too bad.

  • +1

    Wow. The mobile space is so cutthroat. I would never lock in though, because better deals are always just around the corner.
    Edit: I would always pay a little extra for a month-by-month plan.

    • I would never lock in though, because better deals are always just around the corner.

      So you'd rather pay more now?

      • Yes because they will pay less in the future

        • they will pay less in the future

          or not…

          • @jv: Yeah because plans never go down.

            • @Icecold5000: Some go up when special offers expire…

              • @jv: That’s not the point. It’s about not being locked in which is worth paying more for. Your position is unsustainable given how phone plans are trending

    • +2

      Seems they do the same plan month-to-month for $38

  • What's the go with the 50% off for a second service? I started going through the checkout process but it wants heaps of information before I can actually get to a cart.

    So the $35 original plan is at full fee, but then if you wanted a second $35 plan it would be half that? So total of $52.50 for two services?

  • Does this use the full telstra network so no difference to being on Telstra or does it only rent part?

    • Just retail part same as Aldi. Which makes the pricing higher than Aldi

    • +1

      Uses Telstra Wholesale. Covers the same % of the population as Optus.

      Boost is the only non-Telstra operator that uses the full Telstra network.

      • What about jb hifi?

        Edi yes they use full telstra

        • JB Hifi aren't a mobile operator. They're a retailer selling Telstra plans. You get a Telstra SIM, a Telstra account, you contact Telstra for technical support, etc.

  • +1

    Was just advised in Chat the "you can get 50% off plan fee if you add another service" is no longer available

  • +4

    It's cheaper ($32.86pm) and a shorter commitment if you prepay 7 months:

    https://www.telechoice.com.au/sim-plans/prepay-and-save

  • +1

    So you'd rather pay more now?

    Don't be obtuse JV. I have to have a service now as opposed to sometime "just around the corner". I would gladly pay $3.00 pm extra for the ability to change when needed.

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