This telco has slashed its 365-day plans by 40% (but only until Wednesday)

Score a sweet 40% off Kogan’s Large and Extra Large 365-day Flex Plans

Kate Reynolds
Outreach Specialist
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February 21, 2022
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Kogan Mobile has made its Prepaid Large and Extra Large 365-day Flex Plans even more affordable by wiping a cool 40% off the total price.

Until Wednesday the 23rd of February, you can grab Kogan's Large Flex Plan for $160, down from $270. That’s a saving of $110, and it’ll get you 300GB of data and unlimited texts and calls. If you don’t use more than 300GB of data in a year, then it’s a great option to pay your phone bill once for the year and then set and forget.

If 300GB isn’t quite going to cut it for you for the whole year, then the Extra Large Flex Plan gives you 500GB of data, and is just $180 for the year (down from $300). That’s a savings of $120.

With both plans, you’ll also get a free 12-month subscription to Kogan First, which is basically Kogan’s version of an Amazon Prime or eBay plus subscription. In a nutshell, it offers exclusive discounts, shopping events and free shipping upgrades, and is usually $59 annually.

As for your network connection Kogan uses the Vodafone 3G and 4G network, which covers 96% of the Australia population. For comparison, the Optus network reaches 98.5% of the population, and Telstra’s network covers 99.5% of the population.

It’s also worth noting that this Prepaid SIM card and its inclusions can only be used within Australia - there’s no international roaming available with Kogan Mobile.

And if the long-expiry Kogan prepaid plans aren’t quite what you’re looking for, you can always check out other popular prepaid plans to compare.

Kate Reynolds
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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.

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