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Coles Mobile $129 (Was $150) - 365 Days, 120GB Data, Unlimited National & Intl Call/Text to 15 Countries, 50GB Data Rollover

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From the upcoming catalogue sale starting Wednesday 12th May.

• 120GB, 365 day expiry
• Unlimited standard International calls to 15 selected destinations

Limit 1 per customer.

All for use in Australia. Optus Fair Go Policy applies. Activate within 30 days of purchase.

Save Offer: $150 SIM, now $129. New customers only. Limit one per customer. Offer ends 13/6/21. Ongoing recharges revert to standard price of $150 or as otherwise advertised.

Data Rollover: Roll over unused included data up to a max of 50GB if you recharge before expiry or when you maintain an active AutoRecharge. If you accrue over 50GB of Data Rollover you will forfeit any data over that limit.

Credit to cmdbash for title

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    you got March fixed, offer ends 13/4/21?

  • +7 votes

    rubbish signal reception. dont recommend this.

    • +2 votes

      I agree. Not sure if it is specific to Coles issue or if it is the overall Optus network.
      I am eagerly waiting for my one year contract to end in January 2022 then will switch to Boost.

      • +4 votes

        Coles is just an MNVO, they don't have technical control, it is likely Optus overall. I find Woolworths Mobile better value, besides using Telstra 4G, you'd get 10% off grocery each month, the savings can pay off the SIM card itself.
        https://mobile.woolworths.com.au/Shop/Plans/Woolworths-Phone...
        Unless you must have international calls to those selected countries Optus provides, but then you can call anyone worldwide nowadays with Whatsapp, Messenger etc, if you both have data.

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    Will the Optus Prepaid Realme C3 which I recently got on sale work with this simcard?

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      Yes, did it today. Phone $75 Target.

  • +1 vote

    Also note that international roaming is not available, even for purchase. I bought this last year and within a month they removed the international roaming extra.

    Not that we are going to travel internationally now, but just saying.

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    Currently with Optus prepaid, can this be used as a recharge or is this a port over?

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      Port over.

  • +1 vote

    Change from Boost $150 to coles $99 365 days. Regret it, the 4g speed on coles mobile is terrible.

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    Will there be any issue to port across when my dad is on Optus postpaid (contract ended long ago) right now, and jumping to Optus prepaid?

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    i ported out from an optus postpaid account to Coles 30day prepaid a few days ago, did it at 8pm at night, took less than 5min for the full cut over to complete. very happy so far

  • +1 vote

    Don't do it. Terrible service.

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    I got the $120 deal never had a regret about buying this sim Although missed one thing only, from Boost's telstra network google assistant calling feature

  • +1 vote

    lol people negative my comment, even though its the truth, bunch of weirdos, look at people here saying its terrible service!!!!

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      Not sure, yeah, they're terrible. Amaysim was much better in CS being the same Optus reseller. I ported my other number to Coles, took them a week to activate, and everytime they can't give any explanation or timeline. At the end, they said sorry, offering me 500MB extra data to use in 7 days (worth $5), lol. I wished I could refund and switch elsewhere.

  • +1 vote

    I moved from Boost to a Coles prepaid and the reception was much poorer. Indoor coverage is really bad now, it's a 50/50 if I get a signal, and it's still hard to consistently get a good signal outside. I'm in metro Melb and the coverage maps all say great, but I miss Boost (Telstra) now…

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    did they just have $99 last month?

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      Finished yesterday. They alternate sale price.

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        I think the $99 one is for 60GB (5GB monthly) vs $129 for this one (10GB monthly). CatchConnect is currently $120 for the same. KoganMobile sits in between them in terms of data but costs $130.

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    Anything 365 better value or even just cheaper than this? Very light user here but I like having some data there just in case. AldiMobile Pay as you Go is $50/GB so that doesn't quite cut it. I don't see any monthly plans any better than around $15/month, it seems the trend with prepaid is for more expensive plans with lots of data you won't use