+ Wednesday October 16th, 2019

Catch Connect, the MVNO branch of Catch.com.au powered by Optus has today launched a new special offering their entire range of 90-day plans for just $15 each.

The entire range includes unlimited calls and SMS to standard Australian numbers, so it’s just how much data you want to include that makes the difference. The deal runs until May 28th, and you’ll have to remember that you’ll automatically be renewed on each plan.

There are three plans available, 6GB, 15GB and 45GB, with the 6GB plan costing $39 for renewal after 90 days, the 15GB plan costs $69 after 90 days and the 45GB plan costs $89 when renewed.

Nati Harpaz, CEO, Catch Group commented

As with everything Catch does, we always aim to give the best price. We will keep on rolling out great value plans and giving Aussies the best mobile deal they can get, that’s what Catch.com.au and Catch Connect is all about.

This new deal on 90-day plans is in addition to their $10 off their 30-day plan deal which runs until May 31st.

You can check the entire range of plans out on the catchconnect.com.au website or check the widget below.

Source: catchconnect.com.au.

Daniel Tyson  


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Was excited then read the word Optus … Never again. Morning commute to Sydney via train was so poor for reception I put my phone in aeroplane mode. I live 8kms from the CBD btw. Now I’m on aldi with Telstra lol

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