Wednesday , November 21 2018 Ausdroid » Ausdroid Deals » [Good Deal] Telstra is offering a 40GB plan for $10 off to new customers for a limited time

If you’re in the market for a new phone plan, perhaps with Australia’s largest mobile network then it’s time to check out the Telstra website where you can pick up their M plan with a $10 discount.

The ‘M’ plan is available for $69 normally however they’re offering a $10/mth credit, bringing it down to just $59 per month on their personal site now.

The plan includes 40GB of data (30GB + 10GB of bonus data) with the addition of their Peace of Mind data (unlimited data at 1.5Mbps after your standard data allowance runs out). Also included is unlimited national talk & text as well as unlimited international talk and text to 15 countries including China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, the USA, UK and more.

It’s a pretty good deal, with access to the full coverage of the Telstra 4GX network across Australia, a particularly good deal if you’re in a regional area. If you’re interested in checking it out there’s the Whistleout widget below (you get the $10 credit at checkout).

Source: Telstra.

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I managed to get this offer last week through Live Chat, though I’m not a new Telstra customer – I just re-upped my almost expired BYO contract. It’s a fantastic deal!

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