Monday , September 25 2017

Get 60% off Woolworths Mobile Pre-paid SIM starter packs


Woolworths Mobile Pre-Paid are offering 60% off its $30 and $40 pre-paid SIM card starter packs with the code SIXTY.

The 60% off pre-paid SIM started packs, are only available to SIM pack purchased through the Woolies Mobile website, certainly is quite tempting if you’re looking to switch and save money or just simply take up this offer.

The deal sees you get:

Sim Pack $30 SIM $45 SIM
‘SIXTY’ Promo Code Discount $12 $18
Included National Calls Unlimited Unlimited
Included Texts/MMS Unlimited Unlimited
International Calls 150 minutes standard international calls to China,
USA, South Korea, India, Hong Kong, New Zealand,
Canada, South Africa, United Kingdom and Indonesia
Unlimited standard International calls to
China, USA, South Korea, India, Hong Kong,
New Zealand, Canada, South Africa,
United Kingdom and Indonesia
Other Inclusions $100 International and other non-standard national calls $100 International and other non-standard national calls
Included Data 3GB data – Data Rollover+ up to 15GB 8GB DataWhich includes 2GB Recharge Bonus Data until
30th June 2017. 30 day Expiry + Data Rollover & up to 15GB

To take up this offer, simply head over to the Woolworths Mobile website. Once you have selected the SIM pack you want, and when at the checkout stage, just simply enter the word ‘SIXTY” for the discount to apply. There’s a $2 delivery fee for SIM packs, so you will need to also factor this in when you go to buy the SIM.

Given that Woolworths Mobile utilises the Telstra 3G and 4G networks, coverage is quite good but as always, its worth checking the network coverage maps just to be on the safe side at least.

 
Source: Woolworths Mobile.
Via: OzBargain Sales.

Alex Dennis   Journalist

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