$19.80/Mth 15GB | $14.80/Mth 6GB | Month-to-Month Mobile Plans @ Moose Mobile (New Customers)


Similar to previous Moose Mobile bonus data promo but this time with an additional tier. Decent if you don't want to commit to a 6/12 month plan.

Moose $14.80 6GB Month to Month (3.5GB bonus data for first 12 months, then reverts to 2.5GB)
Moose $19.80 15GB Month to Month (11GB bonus data for first 12 months, then reverts to 4GB)

Important notes:

  • New services only (New number or port-in)
  • Data reverts back to the standard inclusion after 12 months.
  • You have 1 month to activate the SIM after purchasing to qualify for the promo.
  • There is no end date to this promo but Moose may end it at any time.
  • Moose is running on the Optus 4G+ network.
  • Includes unlimited calls and SMS (No international)
  • Excess data charges apply @ 1.5c per MB ($15 per GB) billed per KB

Full Promo Terms
Moose $14.80 6GB Promo Critical Information Summary
Moose $19.80 15GB Promo Critical Information Summary

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  • +1 vote

    Be wise: Prepay for a Year to get more f less:


    $12.5/Mon = $150/yr
    (often less than $150: Coles or eBay, ~$135) buys:
    80gb = 6.7gb PLUS
    Unlimited OVERSEAS calls+text (25 lands), etc.

    $300 (often discounted) buys: 240gb = 20gb/mon
    Unlimited O'SEAS AZ etc.

    Help AU be Wise + Healthier:

    Demand an END to AU's 1999 Nuclear Energy BAN

    • +1 vote

      Where do you keep the nuclear waste? On a plan(e)?

    • +2 votes

      Most people obviously know that already but don't assume everyone has the same needs as you. As per my post this is for when you don't want a 6/12 month commitment. There are many reasons why you may not want one.

      To name a few you may actually be really strapped for cash and can't afford to pay a whole year upfront, or you may be waiting for a decent mobile plan + phone contract deal to pop up, or you may just be jumping around between cheap mobile provider promotions, or you are conscious that your data usage habits may change at any time in the next 12 months.


        I think Belong $10/month is pretty good value. Unfortunately that is only 1GB/month, however if you need more data you can buy it off gumtree for $0.40/GB.

        However if you live in a capital city, and don't want to be messing around on Gumtree, i guess you could go with a non-Telstra option.


    Excess data charges are a killer

  • +5 votes

    I will not touch Moose Mobile with a ten foot pole.

    When I signed up with them for a trial a few months ago I needed a credit card.

    Then when I cancelled my phone plan trial with them before expiration they still charged my credit card, requiring me to go through the motion of getting a merchant refund through my bank and cancelling my last credit card.

    I told them I was going to cancel my trial before the end of the trial period.

    They still went ahead and made an unauthorized charge on my credit card.

    I reckoned based on that behavior they could not be trusted to do the right thing.

    So when I saw the unauthorized charge on my credit card statement I pulled the nuclear option , which was to ask for a merchant refund and cancel my credit card.

    By the way , they made it very difficult to change phone service provider from them to another phone service provider.

    I had to jump through a couple more hoops than usual to change from them to a new phone service provider.

    So again , sign up at your own risks.

    And never again will I use my credit card to sign up for any phone service in Australia.

    Stay away from this mob and their racket.


    anyone had any experience with asking vodafone or any phone mob to price match? is that a usual thing?

  • +1 vote

    They are very difficult to deal with when trying to cancel.


      Can you elaborate what the issue was? I actually have not dealt with Moose Mobile before so would be interested to know since they seem to have an abundance of positive reviews about their customer service on both Product Review and on Whirlpool.


        See my post above somewhere.


        I rang to cancel, and they did not want to do it. They said to keep the service until the end of the month and ring back and cancel then. I said I did not want to do that and wanted to cancel now. I had to plead with them a few times and was nearly in tears. Finally they cancelled the service.

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