Friday , October 19 2018 Ausdroid » News » Catch Connect offers $10 off all 30-day pre-paid plans until May 31


Want to grab 2GB of data on a mobile plan for just $5? MVNO Catch Connect has just kicked off a new deal today, offering a $10 discount on all their 30-day pre-paid plans.

The deals are available across all their 30-day plans until May 31st, allowing you to get some pretty cheap deals. The Catch Connect service runs on the Optus network and include unlimited talk + text to standard numbers in Australia as well as the data bundle, allowing you to check out their service for next to nothing.

Catch Connect offer both 30-day and 90-day bundles, but only the 30-day bundles are on-sale. The plans are no lock-in contracts so if you don’t like the service you’re free to head off to another carrier.

Here’s their list of plans:

As part of the Catch Group, if you pick up a 90-day bundle, you do get some vouchers to spend at CatchoftheDay.

If you want to check out their plans you can head over to the CatchConnect website.

Source: CatchConnect.

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Never used prepaid, if I go on the $5 (was 15) plan do I continue to pay $5 or just for the promotion period after which it reverts to $15?

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