Kogan Switches On Its 4G Service, Reveals New 11GB $50 Plan

If you're a Kogan Mobile customer, you can now access 4G a month earlier than planned.

David Shafer, Executive Director of Kogan, said the fast-tracked roll out of 4G was "part of Kogan Mobile's commitment to continuously improve the value customers receive from the service".

"We promised our customers 4G connectivity was coming by June this year. We have delivered on that promise and we have delivered it ahead of schedule," he said.

Kogan Mobile also announced a new Prepaid Option -- the "11XL Option" gives you 11GB monthly data allowance and unlimited standard calls and texts within Australia for $49.95 a month. There's also the option to pay $499.95 for the whole year up front, bringing the daily cost down to $1.40 a day.

There's a "limited time" deal that adds an extra 1GB of data to the 11XL plan, and an extra 2GB data to the 5XL plan when you recharge before 31 July 2016.

"Kogan Mobile has made 4G more accessible for Aussie consumers, at affordable prices that won’t break the bank," Shafer continued. "New and existing Kogan Mobile customers now have more options than ever to choose the Plan that works best for them."

Here are all the plans on offer:

Kogan Mobile uses Vodafone's network. You can get more info about the plans here.

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Comments

    $36 for 7gb looks very appealing.
    Does anyone know how network/service performs/compares to Telstra?

      My experience of vodafone has not been good, but that's a while ago and depends where you are.

      Depending on your usage patterns, you might be better off looking at Boost's $40 plan - it's on the full Telstra 4G network (not the limited reseller one) and includes 3GB plus 2GB extra every weekend (total 11GB if you can use it all). If you are like me and are in Wifi most of the week and out-and-about on weekends it works really well.

      edit: also that Kogan plan is really only 5GB as the extra 2GB is a short term promo. Boost actually has a 5GB activation bonus but I didn't mention it as it's a once-off only.

      Last edited 26/05/16 10:57 am

        I just had to switch my daughters phone from voda as she only had emergency numbers at our house which is mid blue mountains in Sydney.

        Thanks - I just found the coverage map - https://www.koganmobile.com.au/about/coverage/
        Perhaps Aldi then....

    It's Vodafone's network so depends where you plan to use it.

    The 365 Day offerings are not that great, Telstra's $50 plan still looks the goods for this. I use it for my parents, it usually lasts them 4-5months.

      I'm assuming that the difference is Kogan's 365 days includes unlimited calls for 365 days + 1GB of data per month. Telstra's $50/365 day plan is data only isn't it?

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