+ Monday September 23rd, 2019

It’s almost Christmas, and Kogan is playing Santa offering increased data inclusions on their Medium, Large and Extra Large plans as well as discounts on their 365-day plans.

The increases to the Medium, Large and Extra Large plans are fairly generous with up to 8GB of additional data added to their top three plans. The additional data increase is a permanent increase across their 30, 90 and 365 day plans. Users on the Medium plans will see their data inclusions jump from 7GB to 13GB per 30 days, customers on the Large plans will see an increase from 17 GB to 20GB per 30 days and finally customers on their Extra Large Plans will now receive 40GB per 30 days, up from 32GB.

The Kogan Mobile plans all include unlimited standard talk and text within Australia and operate on the Vodafone 4G network.

If you’re looking to change plans, Kogan is also dropping the price on their 365-day plans starting from 9am tomorrow and running through until the 31st of January the price will drop by up to 40%. The price changes will vary across their entire range of plans:

  • Small 365 day options will be discounted by 10%, bringing the sale price to $161.82 and setting a per 30 day price of $13.30
  • Medium 365 day options will be discounted by 25% bringing the sale price down to $222.65 and setting a per 30 day price of $18.30
  • Large 365 day options will be discounted by 35% bringing the sale price down to $254.30 and setting a per 30 day price of $20.90
  • Extra Large 365 day options will be discounted by a whopping 40% bringing the sale price down to $315.10 and setting a per 30 day sale price of $25.90

These are some pretty decent deals and well worth looking into. Of course before you change plans you should check out the coverage map to ensure you’ll get signal in your most commonly visited locations. 365-day plan discounts will go live from tomorrow, and the new data inclusions will be live later today – to check out the plans head over to the Kogan mobile website.

Source: Kogan Mobile.

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WOW this is huge. I am glad that I didn’t bother going for the Large plan in the end as 7 was already more than enough most months and going to 13 will mean I am even less likely to get very close to my cap. These increases do not seem to be live yet at least for current customers so am wondering if it may take a week or the current month before they change. While it is using the Vodaphone network I have found that at least in metro areas the coverage and speed is fine and these… Read more »

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