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Telstra $150 Pre-Paid SIM Starter Kit (90GB/6 Months) for $100 @ Telstra Online

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I was looking to get a six month Telstra prepaid SIM card and saw the promotion for the $150 pack with 90GB of data, reduced down to $130. Upon check out though it comes up as $120 less $20 discount which brings it to $100. This doesn't seem to be advertised anywhere so may be a glitch.

Our $150 Pre-Paid SIM Starter Kit comes with:
A 3-in-1 SIM card that fits standard, micro and nano sizes.
$150 recharge you can use after you activate on either Pre-Paid Mobile or Pre-Paid Mobile Casual plan
Recharge with your chosen recharge amount in future
Keep your number when you switch to Telstra, or get a new one.

Pre-Paid Mobile plan inclusions:
Get 90GB data on your first recharge when you activate on Telstra Pre-Paid Mobile plan. 60GB from your second. For use in Australia within 6 months.
Calls & texts to standard Australian numbers
Unlimited calls and texts to standard Australian numbers.
International calls and texts from Australia
With Telstra Pre-Paid Mobile, you get capped standard international call minutes and texts to selected destinations. A $150 recharge gives you 3000 call minutes to zone 1 destinations, 350 call minutes to zone 2 destinations and 50 call minutes to zone 3 destinations, plus 100 texts (SMS/ MMS) to any country. 6 months expiry.

For six month prepaid with 90GB of data and the usual inclusions (unlimited local calls, calls to some international locations, etc) on Telstra 4G (not 5G) this seems to be a decent deal.

Note that you must activate before 31 Jan 2022.

Activate your $150 SIM card on a Pre-Paid Mobile plan and get 90GB on your first recharge. Then 60GB from your second. Activate or first recharge between 30 November 2021 and 31 January 2022.

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Comments

  • Does it have an activation expiry?

    • Activate your $150 SIM card on a Pre-Paid Mobile plan and get 90GB on your first recharge. Then 60GB from your second. Activate or first recharge between 30 November 2021 and 31 January 2022.

      Note that the current offer of "$130" is:

      "Online only. Ends 15 Dec 2021 9:00am. Future recharges will be full price. New customers only."

      • what happen after 31 jan, you loose everything or it go 60GB? it not very clear. I dont mind $100 60GB 6Months, my current expire march 2022

        • Reading the CIS I assume it reverts back to 60GB which is the normal amount of data included in the $150 prepaid plan rather than the current promo of 90GB. That being said, six months after that when you go to recharge the second time, the price will probably be back up at $150 too for the standard 60GB for six months unless there's some other promotion.

          • @jace88: Recharge with your chosen recharge amount in future

            Does that mean I can recharge with $10 and get 60gb? Or I need to recharge $150/ 6 months

            • +1

              @Thypeople: What do you think?

              • @jace88: Don't know that's why I'm asking……

                Does the data roll over with the recharge?

                • +1

                  @Thypeople: From reading CIS, data does not roll over. The amount you recharge determines how much data/validity period you get.

  • Damn, purchased one for $124.50 from OW by PM with Telstra a week ago. :(

  • +1

    Any reason to buy this over boost?

    • Less hassle when porting and you have a lot of people you can call if something goes wrong. I am looking at getting the 12 month Telstra $300 prepaid instead of the Boost one.

    • eSim

  • +2

    If you have the Amex 20% up to $20, this ends up $80

    • thanks! saved myself $20

      • Saved $20 from $150 down to $130; then $10 for some reason where it comes up as $120 in the cart; and then another $20 because there's some promotion/discount which isn't advertised; and then another $20 from AMEX.

        I think you have gotten the best deal here!

  • Do these include 5G?

    • +1

      3G/4G/4GX only (no 5G), and no data rollover either.

      That being said, even on my current Telstra plan with 4GX, I still can get really good speeds >500Mbps. With 5G speeds closer to gigabit, you would be able to chew through that data pack (even the 90GB) pretty quickly especially if you keep running speed tests!

      • any idea if its just download speed or if there is a reception difference for being on 5g network as well?

        • Not quite sure what your question is getting at but if you aren't in a 5G area or you're out of the signal, you just drop down to 4G/4GX/etc… In terms of actual download speed comparison, I once did a side by side Speedtest.net using same server/etc between my iPhone 12 (Telstra 4GX) and my Dad's iPhone 12 Mini (Telstra 5G) when standing in same location and I got 15ms/612.32Mbps/52.44Mbps whereas he got 13ms/1039.05Mbps/88.99Mbps.

          ps. If you're looking for access to Telstra 5G then you need to either drop down to the monthly prepaid (rather than long-expiry sims) which includes 5G access, or switch to a post paid plan.

  • Does Telstra ever do cheap recharge deals or do we have to do the port out then back in (profanity) around?

  • Can international roaming be activated?
    VoLTE supported?

    • Possible to port to boost in 6 months as a new customer?

  • Can you number share with a wearable on telstra prepaid?

  • Thanks, grabbed one of these!

  • thanks OP mine arrived today

  • Mine arrived yesterday. Activated fine. All good!

    Just checked the deal and it's no longer doing the double $20 discount… but even at $120 for a six month Telstra prepaid sim with 90gb of data ain't that bad.

  • I activated the sim and got 40gb. How much do I need to recharge with to get the 90gb

    • That’s odd. I got the 90GB upon activation when you have the credit and you need to pick which offer/period you want to apply the credit towards. I just checked and Telstra website still has the $150 for 90GB/6 months prepaid option.

      Ps. Not sure what happened on iPhone when I edited comment.. must’ve accidentally clicked unpublish.

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