You can get 20% off all Circles.Life plans right now

2020 isn't all bad...

Georgia Dixon
Dec 11, 2020
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It's only been down under for just over a year, but Optus MVNO Circles.Life has already made some serious waves with its big data deals. Now, they're capping off the year with one hell of a sale - 20 per cent off all plans for the first six months, if you purchase by 9pm on the 31st of December, 2020.

Considering the plans already start at the measly price of $18 for 8GB, it means the most expensive plan ($38 for 100GB) is now just $30.40 for the first six months. They're also tripling the data on the middle plan, up from 20 to 60GB for just $22.40. The Singapore-born telco is even offering no cancellation fees, so you can jump ship at any time without penalty.

Take a look at all the plans on offer below or visit their website and enter the provided promo code to get in on the massive Circles.Life sale.

Each plan comes with unlimited national talk and text and runs on the Optus 3G and 4G network. If you upgrade to the $28 or $38 plan, you'll also get 3GB buffer data once you exceed your included data limit, giving you enough time to decide what to do next (e.g. add an extra 3GB for $6, 20GB for $10, or continue and pay $0.01 per MB).

There is one small catch, however - the bonza Circles.Life sale is only available for new customers, so if you're already signed up, you won't be able to take advantage. Soz!

Georgia Dixon
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Georgia Dixon
Georgia Dixon has over seven years' experience writing about all things tech, entertainment and lifestyle, with bylines in TechLife magazine, 7NEWS and In her spare time, you'll find her playing games and daydreaming about good food, wine, and dogs.

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