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My last mobile bill was embarrassingly large…..

So big I’m ashamed to write down the figure. In a bid to justify that cost (even to you), I do use it for work A LOT, and I also use my phone to play Song Pop because – it is Song Pop and I freaking rock at 90’s music quizzes!

So, if you’re like me, you should get the best deals in your mobile and data plans so you can use your phone for all the things you love, without getting a fright when the bill arrives!

Cheapest Mobile Phone Plans | Stay at Home Mum

These are the cheapest mobile and data plans I could find on the internet. Now they won’t suit everyone because some don’t come with much data (and some of us need that) – but some (like the Kogan one) is pretty darn good. I think if you are purchasing a mobile phone for a teenager, plans like these below would be brilliant or for parents who aren’t super tech savvy.

Save some money and shop around!

1. Kogan Mobile

Their Best Deal:

Prepaid Voucher with 23GB of Data at $49.90 for 30 days

  • Cost per Month: $7.90
  • Initial Cost: $7.90
  • Plan Inclusions: unlimited standard national calls, unlimited standard texts and MMS
  • Data Inclusion: 2GB
via www.kogan.com

2. Ovo Mobile

Best Deal: Prepaid with 19GB of Data at $49.95 for 30 days

  • Cost per Month: $9.95
  • Initial Cost: $9.95
  • Plan Inclusions: $200 worth of calls, unlimited texts
  • Data Inclusion: 1GB

3. Pennytel

I personally had not heard of Pennytel until I started doing research on cheap mobile phone plans.  Pennytel are a network provider through the Telstra Network that sell mobile plans with no lock in contracts.

Pennytel | Stay at Home Mum

4. Southern Phone

Southern Phone offers both mobile plans and sim only plans – depending on your usage!  More of an ‘All Inclusive’ phone provider – they offer bundle deals on your internet, home phone (if you have or want one) – mobile phone (if you want a new handset) and Data Usage.  They also have plans depending on whether you are on the NBN or ADSL network.

5. Catch Connect

Catch Connect is an off-shoot of the Catch of the Day website. They offer loads of deals for all types of mobile phone user.  Of course if you sign up for a whole year, this is where you get the best and cheapest deals.  But even if you only needed a phone plan for 30 days – they do offer that too!

Best Deals on their website:

Catch Connect | Stay at Home Mum

7. Telechoice

Telechoice is a customer of Telstra Wholesale.

Best Deal: SIM Plan with 18GB Data at $48 per month

SIM Plan (Month to Month – No Contract)

  • Cost per Month: $18.00
  • Initial Cost: There is a $15 sign up fee if you sign up in person at a Telstra Store, but this fee is waived if you sign up online.
  • Plan Inclusions: Unlimited standard national calls, SMS and MMS
  • Data Inclusion: 2GB

Or you can choose the 12-month contract SIM Plan:

  • Cost per month: $16.00
  • Initial Cost: $216.00 over 12 months
  • Plan Inclusions: unlimited standard national calls, SMS and MMS
  • Data Inclusion: 2GB

8. Optus

Best Deal: $10 SIM Starter Kit with 15GB Data when you activate on the Prepaid Ultimate Plus until March 28, 2018

  • Cost per month: $10
  • Initial Cost: $10
  • Plan Inclusions: Unlimited talk and text
  • Data Inclusion: 500MB
via offer.optus.com.au

9. Spintel

Best Deal: Pay only $23.95 per month with 6GB Data

  • Cost per month: $9.95
  • Initial Cost: Plan price and once off $10 SIM activation fee
  • Plan Inclusions: 200 minutes plus unlimited texts
  • Data Inclusion: 1.5GB

10. Boost

Best Deal: Pay only $15 with 5GB Data until March 26, 2018 or get 15GB for $40

  • Cost per month: $10
  • Initial Cost: $10
  • Plan Inclusions: Unlimited call and text
  • Data Inclusion: 1GB
via boost.com.au

So, which is your favourite mobile and data plan provider?

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