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Kogan Mobile - Small 365 Day Plan 108GB (up from 80GB) $150 @ Kogan

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Kogan Mobile Prepaid Voucher Code: SMALL (365 Days | 9GB Per 30 Days) - Port Back Offer Only

Small by name but big on inclusions, 365 Day SMALL Plans represent unbelievable value for heavy talk and texters.
Free SIM card included
9GB of data per 30 days
UNLIMITED standard national calls for 365 days
UNLIMITED standard texts and MMS for 365 days
All for use within Australia
Incredible value prepaid plan – no hidden fees!

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  • +8 votes

    No free interntional calls

  • +2 votes

    Kogan customer care is the worst. I will never go with them .Boost is super fast .

    • +4 votes

      I've read complaints about Boost customer care as well.

    • +1 vote

      Fact? And realistically, how often do you need customer care for a phone network?

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        I tried to port my number from Telstra to Kogan Couple of weeks back .
        They did not do it nearly three days . Eventually when i checked with Telstra i was told number porting request has not given to them by Kogan .
        I tried calling three times to their customer service number and was online over 05 hours. Opened three online cases but did not have any luck .Eventually ported my number to Optus for a week and went back to Boost . Boost did it in 01 hour.
        If i waited any longer i would have lost my number for ever as my planned was expired while i was waiting for kogan to port In.
        Still for any cases kogan customer service did not respond.

    • +3 votes

      Never had an issue with Kogan, in fact they went a couple of years bumping peoples data allowance for no reason. That’s good customer service in my book.

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      The whole point of using Virtual Operators (i.e. Kogan, Boost, Lebara, Lycamobile, CatchConnect) is you are ready to compromise on Support, as opposed to Core Operators, Telstra, Optus, Vodafone. That said, I have observed amaysim, although a Virtual Operator has excellent Customer Service. They go out of their way to make a customer happy and also dole out freebies.

      As you can see amaysim was the first one in Virtual Operators to offer 10GB Free Data for the current Emergency situation. Well, we got it on Boost too, but technically it was only for Telstra.

      Customer Care on Call/Chat with a bit of patience, is what you need for the other Virtual Operators :-)

  • +5 votes

    Tbh Kogan/voda reception is better than Telstra for me

  • +9 votes

    Boost is still better. Currently offering 120gb for $150 yearly. You get telstra network and international calls included, whether you choose to use it or not.

    • -1 vote

      I assume you mean this targeted deal? Good if you’re targetted

      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/521627

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      I thought this finished at the end of March?

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      Boost doesn’t have any international data roaming. I like to have this available as a backup or one day stopover.

    • +1 vote

      Only better if you get a decent signal with Telstra which clearly heaps of people aren’t by these comments.

    • +4 votes

      Depends where you are, I'm in charge of telecom things within my company, and the things of note, that I can take away is thus; IF we assume you have coverage of all 3….

      • Telstra often has the best peak-hour speeds, however has had several significant outages over the last 2 years.
      • Optus has the slowest, yet most reliable speeds (slow, but, dependable) and only had one geo-location based semi-outage in the last 2 years.
      • Vodafone has the fastest speeds overall, and had no significant outages in the last 2 years; the only downside is reception, however with Voda and Telstra tower sharing, you may not get good speeds, but you should get reception most everywhere.

      edit: of course, I'm talking nation wide, local outages happen.

  • +1 vote

    This might just apply for port backs, unless i'm reading that incorrectly.

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    What does "Port Back Offer Only" mean? Are existing customers whose current plan is expiring eligible?

    • +1 vote

      It means its a deal for those who where with Kogan Previously and Ported away from them.

      So it seems they are trying to take back whatever customers that have left them via data sweetener.

      IMO I hope Boost does some good deals for customers that want to Recharge. Some of us dont need more data but prefer Price.

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    https://offer.optus.com.au/shop/prepaid/sim-card/180-sim?SID...

    More data for same amount and not kogan.

    Optus $150 365 day 120gb

  • +4 votes

    It's not comparable with Boost or Optus. This is 9GB per 30 days whereas all the competitors give you all the data upfront.

    This plan is perfect for parents to buy for their kids, it's peace of mind that they won't use all the data in one night.

    • +1 vote

      This could also be a benefit to those who monitor their data usage. They could save data that has not been used in a month and carry it over to the next, continuously stacking until the last month. Although, this will only work with people who use less than the given data per month.

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    Extra 28gb only offsets the network coverage. It needs to be discounted to offset for international calls.

  • -1 vote

    Boost is better value

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    So if I'm currently with Kogan I can't use the voucher?

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      As I understand, you would forfeit your current plan for this. Depends how far through your plan you are.

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    Perfect! Thanks OP made this mistake of leaving Kogan last year for boost and regretted it instantly with poor coverage everywhere I was getting a great signal with Voda.

    Now I get to port back as part of this deal and get an extra 28gb.

    Perfect timing as my boost deal is up end of April!

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      where is everywhere?

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        Most places in Melbourne. South east suburbs mainly. My wife is still with Kogan and whenever I’m low on signal she has full bars with Voda.

        Seems like I’m not the only one judging by the comments on here.

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    What are people using their GBs for now since we're all at home for the next 12 months?

  • +1 vote

    In case anyone wants personal experience from a Kogan Mobile user, I have used it for about 4 years and have to say that I'm very pleased.

    I am on the 13GB per month Kogan plan, and straight away need to point out that Kogan Mobile service basically just uses Vodafone's mobile service. This means that you will get the EXACT same service which Vodafone will provide.

    I haven't had any issues with my data signal, and quite happily use 4G+ every day on my OnePlus 7T Pro

    For the price, it gives heaps of data, unlimited calls and text, making this completely worth it. The only feature I wish it had was wifi-calling since I live in an area with low phone signal :(

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    i am now on catch connect and now i try to port back in to kogan within 30 days but failed, when i activate my kogan sim and bring in my number from catch connect, the voucher i used return an error message 'invalid voucher'. i paid 3 times on kogan to try a new voucher but all still failed and called kogan mobile and they now they dont have phone support….

    any one know why the voucher failed?

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    so i am currently on kogan and have been for 2 years, if i buy this offer for $150 how much data do i get??
    this is very unclear no one said anything about it in the comments
    what happens if i buy it will i not be able to activate the voucher or will i automatically get the small 8gb per month plan instead?

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    I wonder if I should stay with Boost for $150 for 80GB… Hm!

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