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Kogan Prepaid Mobile 365 Days FLEX Unlimited Calls/SMS/MMS - 130GB $140 / 230GB $190 /300GB $240 / 550GB $300

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My Kogan plan is nearing its end so I was looking at their website and found these ones interesting. Not as good as the BOGOF deal last month.

The thing I like about my current plan and these ones is that they are FLEX meaning you can use the data anytime during the year and it doesn't reset monthly.

Offers are valid for new and existing customers and expire on 30/09/2021.

Kogan Mobile Prepaid Voucher Code: SMALL (365 Days FLEX | 130GB) $140

Kogan Mobile Prepaid Voucher Code: MEDIUM (365 Days FLEX | 230GB) $190

Kogan Mobile Prepaid Voucher Code: LARGE (365 Days FLEX | 300GB) $240

Kogan Mobile Prepaid Voucher Code: EXTRA LARGE (365 Days FLEX | 550GB) $300

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    How do these compare to the Boost prepaid plans?

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      Kogan uses Vodafone network. Boost uses Telstra.
      I personally prefer Vodafone as Telstra has almost no reception at my work but generally speaking, Telstra has a lot better coverage.

      Boost includes international calls to many countries and that's why I got Boost for my wife.

      Boost is a bit more expensive. I think the $240gb is $300 RRP and you can get it for around $240 every now and then. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/640184

    • +1 vote

      I was doing the ol switcheroo between Kogan and Boost and for me Boost wins hands down in terms of coverage.
      Kogan has better speeds but i'd rather have reception than blazing fast 4g. Telstra's 4g speeds aren't too bad anyway.

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      I used Kogan for 2 yrs and eventually moved to Boost. Now I am using Boost for 1.5 yrs and completely satisfied with every aspect of it. Specially international calls.
      I confess using kogan only for quickly switching back to Boost for becoming a NEW customer. Haha. So I can use cheap 300 sim plan from ebay.

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      Boost has VoLTE and WiFi Calling, so better calls/being able to use the internet properly whilst on a call.

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        I've never been able to get it working on my phone though sadly.

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    The Optus one is probably better. No charge for exceeding monthly data limit, only lower speed (still good), and free optus sport/perk

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/636746

    • +3 votes

      Thats a data SIM

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        Can't you call using Wifi ?

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          (-‸ლ)

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          Still need a SIM card that allows VoWiFi - which a data only one doesn't :)

  • +2 votes

    Just a reminder that cashback isn't valid on the purchase of mobile plans.

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      Thanks. Updated the post.

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    How does this compare to Woolies Prepaid - Long Expiry?
    For someone who isn't fussed too much about the amount of data

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      Obviously a lot more expensive but the 10% off one shop a month makes it a no brainer if you shop with Woolies. For many people that more than pays for the SIM.

      If you're not sure on the signal it might be worth picking up a cheap sim from kogan (or another Vodafone provider) first to try it out before buying 12 months worth. I got 12 months on Optus and seriously regret it because their signal is crap at home and the office (almost bad enough to switch to Woolworths anyway and just wear the cost). I'd always pay more for a more reliable signal.

      Look at Boost if you want international. Or someone else entirely if you want an esim.

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    meaning you can use the data anytime during the year and it doesn't reset monthly.

    What this also means is you can go through your entire data allocation in one month and leave yourself with nothing for the remaining 11.
    I set monthly data warnings on my phone in the event I'm accidentally connected to data instead of wifi for example to avert this.

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      Good point. I have the limit set too.

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      Yes. My teenage kids blew through a year's worth of data in a fortnight on this plan. A painful lesson, so they get monthly data deals now and learn to manage their resources, or play with the dog when the data runs out!

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    Voucher expires 30th September, so need to redeem before then