Competition is smoking hot in the pre-paid mobile telco space, with unlimited talk, text and generous data pioneer Amaysim unveiling new plans with up to 14GB of data.
Earlier this week, Vaya announced its SIM cards would be at retail for the first time, with a six-month deal for $150, but Kogan can demonstrate better value.
Online discounter Kogan has kept up the market pressure to lure mobile users to its services with the launch of a new deal on mobile plans which it claims sets a new “value benchmark” for mobile access.
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