Kogan Prepaid Mobile 90 Days 60GB $14.90 (Port Over Only), 30 Days 40GB $4.90 (New Customers Only) @ Kogan

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Kogan Mobile $14.90 (90 Days | 20GB Per 30 Days) - Port Over Offer

  • SIM card included
  • 60GB of data – 20GB per 30 days
  • Unlimited national calls, sms & mms.
  • Kogan use the Vodafone network
  • No lock-in contracts.
  • $4.97 per 30 days for 90 days.

Vouchers expire at 11:59pm AEDT on 28/02/2022. Activation must be made before the voucher expiry date.


Kogan Mobile $4.90 (30 Days | 40GB) - New Customers Only

Vouchers expire at 11:59pm AEDT on 31/03/2022. Activation must be made before the voucher expiry date.

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Comments

  • +5 votes

    Lovely

    • +1 vote

      Handy for sim slutting between the Belong $45 80GB Starter Pack for $22.50.

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        Question, how do you cancel Auto recharge with Belong? They told me I had to port out before the 30 days, no way to cancel Auto recharge.

        Then how do I make sure I'm away from Kogan for 30 days for them to recognise me as a new user without auto recharging with Belong?

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          The Belong starter pack lasts longer than 30 days using the options provided in the description.

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    Ohh no, the 90days new customer (not Port over) plan is gone now?

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      no

    • -3 votes

      Porting over to kogan with a new email address is a new customer.

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        Is new customer tied to the email address or the phone number? I just ported to kogan but my two sons are still with Boost, all on my email address.

        • +1 vote

          If you had a number with Kogan, then ported out, you can't port back to Kogan again (plus you won't qualify as 'new') until day 31.

          And "new customer" = new account/phone number, not "new person". i.e. It can be the same person, address, email address, bank account. You can have 20x or 100x SIMs if you want, all with the same bank/number/email/person's details. They'll all be counted as a "new customer" because they'll all have their own ported-in or new number on the SIM pack. (The exception being the first point above.)

      • +2 votes

        as long as you port out for 30 days, you can port back in with same number same email

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          If I am still within 30 days, do I need to use a different email (with the same number)?

          • +4 votes

            @ilovefullprice: You cant apply the voucher within 30 days. Email is irrevalent here.

          • +1 vote

            @ilovefullprice: True, Ported to Kogan from Amaysim just few minutes ago and number has been successfully transferred to kogan. I have been doing kogan -Amaysim-Kogan for few years now. I never had problems. You need to be careful that Kogan port back/ use vouchers can only be used after 30 days of porting out from Kogan.

          • +1 vote

            @ilovefullprice: You can't port back in until day 31 and still qualify as 'new'. You can though if you take the new number they offer/on the SIM pack.

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              @Faulty P xel: So you are saying it should be day 31 rather than day 30?

              • +1 vote

                @ilovefullprice: Yes I remember reading someone in a Kogan thread saying they tried to port on day 30 and were rejected.

                Btw: An easy way to work it out is if you have any kind of spreadsheet installed on your computer/phone. (All the ones I've used anyway.) Open a new spreadsheet and type the date you activated the SIM into the first cell A1. Then click on the corner of the cell and drag it down until you reach line A60. The date will automatically increment by 1 day per cell, and day 60 will obviously be the date on line 60. So you port back after 11.59pm on day 60 (which is then day 31).

                Edit: Sorry, obviously that's if you planned to use all of the initial 30 or 90 days with Kogan, then port out, then wanted to port back. i.e. If you port out earlier, you'd enter that date in A1 to find day 30, to port back after 11:59PM (on day 31). Yeah I know we can just count but I find it easier.

  • +1 vote

    Vouchers expire at 11:59pm AEDT on 28/02/2022. Activation must be made before the voucher expiry date.

    Not bad.

  • +9 votes

    Remember to opt out of auto renew otherwise they sting you fir $45

    • +2 votes

      I've forgotten once or twice, called up and they refund it at prorata.

      but always best to turn it off as soon as it's activated.

  • +1 vote

    Tip: if you can not find it and all OZB links expired, just search on kogan website (not kogan mobile).

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      True, even if there is no sale /deal. You just need to google $15 kogan mobile deals and you will successfully find the link.

  • +1 vote

    What happens after the 90 days? Does this plan renew at $14.90, or does it jump in price?

    • +1 vote

      It jumps up so you need to turn off auto recharge before the 90 days is over & port out.

  • +2 votes

    I tried to port in last week but failed. The first time they said it was a technical issue and will fix it in 24 hours. Then they said it was the reason that my number with Kogan before. But already port out from Kogan for 56 days. They need me to cancel the port request and promised to refund $14.9 but still not refunded yet. They also told me my number is in their list so it will take long time to port in if anytime I want to use Kogan so they suggested I don't use Kogan anymore with this number.
    Used kogan 56 days ago for 3 months, then another 3 months last year.

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      Ported to Kogan from Amaysim just few minutes ago and number has been successfully transferred to kogan. I have been doing kogan -Amaysim-Kogan for few years now. I never had problems. You need to be careful that Kogan port back/ use vouchers can only be used after 30 days of porting out from Kogan.

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      Every now and again you'll get a rep who has no idea what they're talking about so they make stuff up. Just get their name, phone in again, and if it's the same person hang up and phone again until you get someone else. Or get on their chat… if they still do chat(?).

  • +1 vote

    Fingers crossed for the $0.99 deal like June'2020, Nov'2018 & June'2018. It was also available for an unbelievable $0.49 in Oct'2018.

    Also had grabbed the Kogan 90-day plan, 60GB for an Effective of $5.05 by clubbing 15% Groupon BRANDNEW promo and 40% Shopback Cashback. $9.90 - 15% = $8.42 - 40% (Cashback) = $5.05

    12-Jun-2018: 23GB Prepaid Voucher $0.99 @ Kogan Mobile (30 Days, New Customers)
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/384119

    10-Oct-2018: 32GB Prepaid | 30 Days | $0.49 @ Kogan Mobile (New Customers)
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/408077

    15-Nov-2018: 40GB Prepaid | 30 Days | $0.99 @ Kogan Mobile (New Customers)
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/416636

    31-May-2019: $9.90 - 15% = $8.42 - 40% (Cashback) = $5.05 for 90 Day Kogan Mobile SIM Card via Groupon @ ShopBack
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/460345

    13-Nov-2019: Catch Connect: $10 Cashback on a $4.90 40GB SIM @ ShopBack (New Services)
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/496367

    14-Jun-2020: Prepaid Voucher: EXTRA LARGE (30 Days | 40GB) - $0.99 (Was $4.90) @ Kogan Mobile (New Customers)
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/547272

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      🤞🤞🤞

    • +1 vote

      I don't think we'll see those again. That was back when their SIMs had short expiry dates. The expiry date is really l-o-n-g now. So there's no need for them to sell a backlog of unsold SIMs cheap that would otherwise expire and go in their bin.

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    If you don't port your pre-existing number and just use a new number can you buy multiple of these with different numbers? (Do you need different emails?)

    • -1 vote

      30 day plan allows it in this deal. I read someone says there is a limit of 5 for activation with each debit/credit card during 90 days or so.

      Kogan mobile no longer has top value as others all catch up now.

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        Does someone else have better than 40GB for $4.90?

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          Not everyday price, but twice opportunities a month is enough for me.

          The opportunities usually stack with cashback bonus offers to make it less than $2, free or small profit.

          A week ago there was a free $10 afterpay eBay voucher to use, perfect for a $30 value SIM.

          VF Prepaid plan now has unlimited data with capped speed, which is enough for SD quality streaming.

          Amaysim $30 now has 50GB data.

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        Oh and during activation their site asks if you have more than 4 or 5 active SIMs (in total, with any company). Just say "no". I forget what happens if you select yes but I think I had to phone them to activate another SIM. (So I never checked "yes" again.)

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          It is not about that. VF/Kogan put a restriction on your paying card.

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            @Neoika: No, that's two different things.

            • You can't pay for more than 5x SIM on the same bank account.
            • You're also not supposed to have more than 4 or 5 active SIMs without clicking "yes" during activation, so they can inform ASIO or whoever it is that wants to 5-eyes everybody.
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              @Faulty P xel: If you really want to delve into it, here is a past topic related to it.

              As I mentioned above, I dont think Kogan mobile has the top value any more and do not have a plan with it atm. If you manage several numbers, it is also not possible to park a number long after expiry without recharge, while other telcos allow at least 90 days (if not one year).

    • +1 vote

      Yes you can BUY as many as you like. Each SIM pack has a new number on it and using that new number = a "new customer". No you don't need a different email address. However you can only ACTIVATE 5x SIMs using the same bank account. So if you have 4x bank accounts, you can activate a total of 20x SIMs.

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    Just confirming that Kogan uses Vodafone network?

    Just looking to port out for a future Telstra + 400/500 gift card deal.

    $14.90 will be perfect to cancel any time and not miss out on the good guys/JB/HN Telstra deal.

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    Thanks OP!

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    anyone else getting charged $5 delivery for the sim to be posted out? I don't think it charged that last time, the sim was free post?

    • +1 vote

      Express shipping for $5 was the default option. You just need to change it to the free shipping option (not express post).

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    I was on this 90 day $14.90 plan which expired at the end of May. I then ported to Optus prepaid, and a week later I got an email from Kogan Mobile that says

    Bring your number back to Kogan Mobile today and score our Large 90 Day Prepaid Option with 60GB data with unlimited standard calls & texts* for just $14.90~.

    That's a huge 85% OFF our standard price! Click below for details.

    In big bold writing BRING YOUR NUMBER BACK & SAVE

    My original plan was to use this 28 days of Optus (which I got for free) and then change to the Optus flex plan for 3 days ($1 per day) and port back to the 90 day Kogan deal, but now they are basically inviting me back which would mean I wouldn't need to wait the 30/31 days.

    Has anyone else got this offer?

    • +2 votes

      still need to wait the 30 days to port back in even with the invite email, same thing happed to me, was on amaysim for 28 days and tried to port back in, had to wait another couple of days.

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        That's pretty much like a bait and switch then? Unless they've hidden it somewhere in the T&C.
        They say in the email 'bring your number back to Kogan mobile TODAY'

        I got the email a week after I left Kogan.

        Perhaps I'd need to call them and argue, if I could be bothered - I can't. Thanks for confirming it doesn't work… I'll pay the $3 for Optus flex and on the 31rd day I'll port back to Kogan

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    Maybe it will work now, mine was about 4 months ago when I got the email but it didn't let me switch back and the guy said it was because it was within 30 days even though the email said "bring your number back"!

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    How's the connection in the metro areas? Specifically Melbourne inner city/CBD.

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    Sooo my current Kogan 90 day is up for renewal in a couple of days, I buy a $30 Boost sim for $10 from Woolies, port my number. Sit on that for 31 days from activation, then port back to Kogan's $14.90, 90 day deal, right?

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      correct . I have done this over a year.
      Kogan to optus/boost/gomo for 31 days and come back to kogan for 03 months .

      currently gomo is $10.00 for 30days . see below.

      https://freesimcards.com.au/product/36GBGOMO

      never go with telsim you will loose the number.

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        Thanks for the heads up.

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        Just curious, why you'll loose your number if you go with Telsim?

        • +1 vote

          They do not do port in for minimum 14 days . so if you port out from previous provider for nearly 02 weeks you will not have a new connection to get the outgoing calls. if the previous provider disconnect it after two weeks or so you will have to go with a new number. Telisim taken 14-21 days or so to do a port in . ridiculous.

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            @SAL12: Thanks mate. Good to avoid them for porting then.

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    If I have an ALDI payg sim card that has expired but not been deactivated (I can still receive calls/sms on it), does that mean I can use that card for the purpose of porting?