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Telstra $65/Pm for 24 Months /W 80GB & $700 Credit Towards a Phone (Port in & New Services, in-Store Only) @ JB Hi-Fi

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My first deal, be gentle.

Spotted this at the bottom of an e-mail from JB H-Fi this morning, unfortunately clicking on the link takes you to the usual $500 off deal with no mention of $700.

People may have gripes about the 24 month contract but maybe the extra $200 credit is enough to entice you.


Usual T&C apply.

Available for New Telstra & Port-in Customers only. Excludes Telstra Pre-Paid, Boost and Belong customers. Minimum cost $1560. Offer not in conjunction with any other offer. For terms & conditions visit www.jbhifi.com.au/telstra-terms. Phone credit can only be used in store and is received when you connect to the $65 JB plan over 24 months. To receive the $700 phone credit the handset purchase price must be a minimum value of $999. Phone credit can’t be used on any other items in store. handset must be purchased the same day the connection is made. Please refer to store staff for further enquiries.

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Comments

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    The $500 credit on 12 month was decent value depending on the phone, this doesn't seem to be decent value at all. Overall 2 years is costing you $860, plus you may have to pay more to get a phone.

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      I think the 12 month deal has been $400 for quite a while now, also the 24 month plan has an extra 20GB a month.. Not that I barely use 10GB a month lol

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        Yea I just bought the optus $150 365 day sim with 120gb for this very reason. $150 for 12 months is incredible value.

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    Still a decent deal I think when you compare the costs of actual 24 month contracts with phones these days - where you are basically just paying off the phone over 24 months.

  • +10 votes

    0 need at the moment for people to lock themselves in 24m contracts & pay X amount upfront, you dont need the latest & greatest gadgets in times like this, be realistic tough times ahead for many, dont sign up to something you dont need

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      it will be interesting to see the NBN performance in the next few weeks as most ppls will be WFH and stay at home. I have 80gb on my plan and I used it at home as well because the NBN is extremely slow in the last few days.

      • +1 vote

        having no issues atm (with telstra) but your right big test to come over coming weeks/months, have to go old school back to board games if internet becomes unusable lol

  • +1 vote

    will be hoping this is around for the iphone 12 in sep

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    Would be good if it was only 12 months

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    Is this deal working?

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