Thursday , September 20 2018 Ausdroid » News » Kogan is now offering loads more data on their Large and Extra Large plans


It’s a good time to be a consumer of mobile data with most of our telcos offering more data every day, Kogan Mobile has today announced they’ve bumped up the data inclusions on both their Large and Extra Large plans.

Kogan has bumped the inclusions for both new and existing customers (yay!) offering more data on the 30, 90 and 365 day plans at no additional cost. Customers on the Kogan Large plan will now receive an additional 1GB of data now included with 17GB of data to use over the month. Customers on their Extra Large plans get a much larger boost with a whopping 32GB of data to use now (up from 23GB) over the 30 day period. Both plans – like the rest of their range – also includes unlimited standard national talk and text for use in Australia.

If these offerings have your attention, new customers have an extra incentive this month, with a two-for-one deal currently running on both the Large and Extra Large 365 day plans. Sign up with a friend, family member or basically anyone and you effectively get a half price deal for a year with the new data inclusions.

Kogan Mobile operates on the Vodafone 4G network, so if you’re unsure about changing you should definitely check out the coverage map before you sign up. If you’re sold, then head over to the Kogan Mobile website and sign up.

Source: Kogan.

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