The best smartphone and mobile deals for Click Frenzy 2021

Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and more are all taking part in this month's Click Frenzy. 

$250 off Samsung Galaxy S21
Free Pixel Buds A with the Pixel 6 Pro
$30 Prepaid Starter SIM for $5
Kate Reynolds
Outreach Specialist
Read More
November 10, 2021
2 min read

We are committed to sharing unbiased reviews. Some of the links on our site are from our partners who compensate us. Read our disclosure policies to learn more.

November has somehow managed to roll around and we can be sure of two things; mince pies are quickly filling up our supermarket aisles, and you'll be able to nab a deal with the Click Frenzy sales.

So whether you're looking to do some Christmas shopping or just want to pick up a little something for yourself, here's some of the Click Frenzy highlights from the telcos.

Telstra: $250 off the Samsung Galaxy S21

Get a flagship for less

The only thing better than getting your hands on a shiny new flagship phone is getting it for less, and right now Telstra is peeling off $250 from the Samsung Galaxy S21.

You can pair it with either a 24 or 36-month plan with Telstra. It's worth noting that Samsung are due to release their next new flagship (which we can only assume will be the S22. Logic, right?) and Samsung are known for slashing prices on older models once the new one comes out. So it might be worth holding out for a little while longer with the S21.

This offer ends November 15.

Optus: FREE Pixel Bud A-series with the Pixel 6 Pro

A nice little present for yourself

Optus is slinging a free pair of Google Pixel Buds (A-series) when you pre-order a Pixel 6 Pro - that's $159 worth of value for free.  Pop them in a loved ones Christmas stocking, or keep them for yourself.

The Pixel 6 Pro is proving to live up to expectations - great display, zippy processor, solid battery life and Google's now-famous smartphone camera abilities.

The Pixel Buds A come in a waterproof case and boast a soft, round design that pairs perfectly with Google phones.

You'll have to redeem the deal via Google, and the offer ends November 14.

Vodafone: $30 Prepaid Starter Pack for $5

Save $25 with Vodafone

Vodafone has slashed the price of its $30 Prepaid Starter Pack, which you can get for $5 and includes 40GB of data (that's 15GB, and then a bonus 25GB on your first 3 recharges within 90 days).

The starter pack also includes unlimited standard national calls and texts, data banking of up to 200GB and infinite data speeds of up to 1.5Mbps once you use all your included data (until your recharge expires).

So if you're a new customer of Vodafone and want to try out their prepaid offerings, now's a good time to do so.

Circles.Life: 100GB for $30 per month

More data for less

Circles.Life is also on the Click Frenzy train, offering 100GB for just $30 for the first six months before it reverts back to $45 a month. That's a saving of $75 across those six months, and as there's no contract, you could leave when the six months is up.

Circles.Life is an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) that uses the Optus 4G network for coverage

You have until November 26 to get this Circles.Life deal, and it's open to new customers only.

Kate Reynolds
Written by
Kate Reynolds
Kate Reynolds is a writer who's at her happiest when there's haloumi on the brunch menu and a dog to give pats to. She's worked as a travel writer, journalist, theatre reviewer, broadcaster and radio creative, and spends her weekends with as much of the aforementioned haloumi and dogs as possible. She writes on Cammeraygal and Wangal land.

Related Articles

Nothing Phone 1 white
Nothing CEO Carl Pei teases a more “premium” Phone 2
Nothing is finally saying something about its next device.
Shang Chi: Legend of the Ten Rings
How to watch Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings online in Australia
Jump into the ring with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings on Disney...
Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 graphics card
Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 graphics card review
We've updated our review of the RTX 4080 to include benchmarks for the RTX 4080...