Testra show me the money mobile

Just got bill ,Bastard's putting my bill up from $35 basic plan to $40 bucks min per mth. So rang westnet got plan for $15 mth with 1GB download and $550 worth of calls ,just a bit cheaper.

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Date Joined: 09/03/13

 amaysim do $10 / month

Thu, 2019-08-22 17:23

 amaysim do $10 / month unlimited calls sms etc.  1GB.  

 

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Money doesn't buy happiness but it pays for my fishing so ...I may be wrong there.

Posts: 68

Date Joined: 07/03/19

 Check out ALDI mobile... and

Sat, 2019-08-24 12:26

 Check out ALDI mobile... and they use the Telstra network

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Posts: 5189

Date Joined: 18/01/12

 Boost $20 on Telstra

Sat, 2019-08-24 13:54

 Boost $20 on Telstra network, unlimited calls and texts Aus and 20 other countrys 

5gb data

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The older you get the more you realize that no one has a f++king clue what they're doing.

Everyone's just winging it.

 

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Telstra

Sat, 2019-08-24 19:18

 If you are intending to use your phone away from major population areas be careful.

Some of the carriers who say "we use the Telstra network" usually do, however we have found that they only purchase a small  amount of the Telstra service.

Last year we were at Big Red Bash at Birdsville, with a carrier who "uses the Telstra system", and had no service, however a friend sitting next to me had full service with his Teletra direct packge.

We are now travelling North west WA, and usually have good coverage with our Telstra packege

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 RossP

Posts: 1179

Date Joined: 16/05/09

Summed up well, travel out of

Sun, 2019-08-25 17:35

Summed up well, travel out of metro area and more than 5 kms from major towns and Telstra is your only option.