The best mobile deals to round out the year: Double the data and plans for less than $3 – 7NEWS

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Sleighbells are ringing, and so are our mobile phones.
If you want to grab a great phone deal before the year is out, check out what mobile phone deals are wrapped up under the (metaphorical) Christmas tree right now.
Keep reading to see the latest mobile phone plan deals.
amaysim is slinging a cool $20 off their $40 Unlimited for the first renewal if you purchase before December 31. Add to that a bonus 38GB of data, and that’s a huge 88GB for 28 days for just $20. This prepaid offer then reverts back to $40 for 50GB of data.
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Double the data, double the fun with Belong’s current summer deal. It does what it says on the box; you’ll get double the data across all of Belong’s mobile plans if you sign up by January 13.
The 20GB plan gets you 40GB, the 40GB plan gets you 80GB and yep – 80GB will get you 160GB each month for 12 whole months. It’s available to new customers only. Check out the plan details below:
Right now you can score a $30 SIM card from Boost mobile for just $10, saving $20. It’s available online and to new customers only, and you’ve got until December 29 to nab it. FYI Boost mobile runs on the full Telstra network, and it’s a 28-day recharge.
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A phone recharge for less than $3?! Yep – Kogan’s Prepaid Mobile 30 Days Starter Pack is usually $20, but for new Kogan mobile customers, you can nab your first recharge for just $2.90. That’ll get you 10GB of data, plus 10GB of bonus data for the first 30 days, and even better – this offer will last until October 2022.
Grab a prepaid $20 starter pack from Australia Post for just $5 for your first renewal if you purchase before January 5 2022.
New customers can also get 20GB bonus data on the first three renewals when you activate an Australia Post Mobile SIM Starter Pack on a 30-day plan – but your first renewal needs to be before January 9. See the plan details below:
Kate Reynolds is a Digital Content Editor at WhistleOut, Australia’s mobile and internet comparison site.

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