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Bonus $800 The Good Guys Gift Card with Telstra 150GB $99/Month 12 Month Plan (New/Port-in Customers, In Store) @ The Good Guys


The deal on the website shows a $500 gift card but in store at Good Guys Macgregor QLD, the deal is currently $800. Unsure if store specific and/or Australia wide. Deal does not show on website.

Works out to be only $32 a month, if you have a plan for the $800 voucher.

Offer available in store only. Minimum cost $1188 over 12 Months. Offer not in conjunction with any other offer. Available to port-in and new Telstra Customers only. Excludes Telstra Prepaid, Boost and Belong custs. Bonus issued once connection approved

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  • Whats the ETC? Half the total contract cost?

  • Pretty good deal to get 5G in areas where supported. Hopefully VIC stores do this offer and hopefully the 5KM rule goes away soon as thinking to sign up.

  • Hope JB matches the deal soon 🙏🙏

  • Does this data cap if you use all the 150gb?

    • I think it slows these days, happy to hear from others.

      I don't get anywhere near much smaller limits, but I do have have unlimited NBN.

    • Yes capped then slow to 1.5mbps. say so on the fine print in the photo.

  • hardly uses all data throughout the month but that 5G speed is pretty crap for inner west sydney use,sometime only getting 10mb down speed when it says 5G….

    • Yeah I've been getting at least 50 at any one time and have seen up to 1000mbps in Qld

      • That's good to know.

        • Mind you I haven't checked for a while for the top end speeds - there was no 5G contention when I tested it cause some of my colleagues and I literally got 5G the first week you could, when we were running speed test all the time and being wowed - seeing 450mbps+ on HTC Hub hotspot connection, and 900-1000mbps direct on Samsung Galaxy 5G, but we knew we were fairly close to a tower (not right next to it but approx ~1km)

          but certainly a noticeable improvement over 4G for day to day use for me also but would depend widely on where you spend your time vs 5G coverage.

  • OP - any in store deals on any plans lower than $99 by chance?

  • +1 vote

    Damn, those post it notes are magical

  • Anyone tried Sydney stores yet?

  • How many of you guys using that much data per month? Just curious.

  • Sorry for asking this again, but im with telstra atm, can I swap to optus pre-paid and sign this contract? Thanks

    • Usually minimum of 30 days required before you can port back in.

    • I was in the same boat last year. Telstra plan was up. Brought a $2 Optus card, activated for $10 credit, changed the new plan to my old number.

      • Can confirm this works just fine

      • Sorry could you explain again?

        My current plan with Telstra is up say the number is 888

        I go buy a Optus 2 sim say the number is 666

        I use the 666 to port to Telstra via JB

        How do I get Telstra to change 666 number to 888 whilst the contract is under 666?

        • I went into a Telstra store but I’m sure you could do it over the phone. If you link the new 666 number to your Telstra account which 888 is on and plan 888 is expired just tell them to swap plan 666 onto number 888.

  • Can I join and after I use giftcard just cancel the plan
    If so, will I need to pay extra

  • Can this $800 be used towards iPad air which is coming soon? How about JB? If JB has this deal, can it be used towards iPad air?

  • Can only see bonus iPhone se 64gb on $99 plan at Tempe. And $300 gift card for $69 plan

    • They didn't have what I was after and went to Alexandria. The had $600 gift card with $99 plan.

  • Gift Card deals can only mean inflated prices at these retailers

  • Post It Note wreaks of year 12 prank

  • I wonder if it's worth getting something like this, cancelling your home internet (if you don't use that much data) and just hotspot from your phone at home?

    • Would like to know this aswell!

    • Imagine every time you gotta turn/reactivate hotspot for TV, consoles, etc. Can you take that inconvenience daily?

      • I do it, I can tell you it’s not a hassle. When I plug my phone into my computer (which I need to do to charge as hotspot drains it quick) it automatically connects the hotspot.

        When I want to watch Netflix on TV I just turn my hotspot on my phone to active prior to turning on the TV and it again connects automatically.

    • I’m on a Telstra Ultimate Plan. Older one from two years ago. Unlimited 4G. It’s expensive at $199 a month but it also gives me data almost anywhere in the word which is invaluable in my job. Telstra has since removed included overseas data and now I pretty much can’t get off this plan as I’d need to pay $5 a day for going overseas which I do regularly and for extended periods.

      I do not have broadband at home, I use only 4G which i stream 4K content and play online gaming.

      I live inner west Brisbane and get usually 20 megabytes per second download. In the city, I’ve had nearly 50 megabytes. The ping is also very good.

      I’ve got spotted over two terabytes of data using hotspot this year alone. Never had an issue from Telstra for fair use.

      • I regret not signing up for that plan before they cancelled it for new people.

        • Yep it's a shame they are gone. As I said, in my job I travel overseas very regularly. Even in times of COVID i am going overseas twice in the next two weeks.

          For me, the 10 gigabytes of data overseas is amazing, especially in countries like Solomon Islands, PNG, even Nauru, places I have been many times before and been thankful for the reception.

          I will not be changing my plan until they bring it back but I guess they realised what it was worth to them by charging their shitty day packages @ $10 a pop ($5 in NZ how generous lol), then $10 per excess gigabyte.

          I am pretty sure if you don't opt with the international day pass you're hit with $3 per megabyte which makes my 10 gigabyte worth as much as $30,000!

      • I'm in the same boat as yourself with the $199 Ultimate plan! Averaging 750GB/month for work and have never had any complaints from Telstra. Even on 4G, if you're based in a decent spot, there's totally no need for 5G. The ping I get with my mobile connection is better than what I get via NBN (FTTB).

        I loved the 10GB/month international data allowance up until COVID-19 came and kicked all my personal and business travel plans in the bag, haha. Still no regrets for sticking with the plan, especially since it looks like Telstra no longer offer any unlimited mobile plans and just throttle the heck out of your connection when you hit the limit.