An a-moosing mobile deal that could score you $1000

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Kate Reynolds
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February 24, 2022
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If you’ve recently thought ‘Gee, I’d love to win a Westfield gift card,’ then Moose Mobile has heard your call. If you sign up to the telco for either an eligible mobile phone plan or internet plan before March 31 2022, then you’ll go into the draw to win exactly that. They've got $1000 worth of Westfield gift cards and one of them might have your name on it if you get on board the Moose-mobile.

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This even includes Moose Mobile’s $12.80 SIM-only promo plan, arguably one of the most affordable phone plans out there. For $12.80 per month (for the first 12 months) you’ll get 6GB of data and unlimited national calls and texts (before it reverts back to $14.80 per month after the year is up).

Here’s a list of eligible Moose Mobile plans that’ll get you in the running to win the gift cards; they are SIM-only, so you'll need to bring your own device.

As for internet, there are a handful of Moose Mobile broadband plans available that can get you into the running for the prize. There are Basic II NBN25, Standard NBN50 and Fast NBN100 options, as well as a few decent home wireless plans available.

About Moose Mobile

One of the drawcards for Moose Mobile is the value-for-money that comes with its low-cost, big-data SIM-only plans, which earned them a 4 out of 5 for value in our comparison of Australian telcos - and that’s not even taking into account their regular sales and promos. There aren't a lot of frills; don’t expect fancy perks like data rollover or international calls, but for good value plans with just the basics, it’s a no-brainer for many.

FYI: Moose Mobile is an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator), which means it uses one of the Big Three networks to provide coverage. In this case, Moose runs on the full Optus 4G network.

You can read our full run-down of Moose Mobile in our review.

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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