Circles.Life is a little-known telco with a questionable name choice. But it also has a real hectic SIM-only plan deal right now with only s few hours left to snap it up. For $28 a month you get a whopping 103GB data — also per month. And you don’t even need to sign a contract.
What Is Circles.Life?
Circles.Life is a relatively new telco, which came into the Australian market last year. It’s powered by the Optus network and offers phone plans without contracts, often with big data allowances.
In the past it has offered huge data plans for just $18 a month, as well as some free Netflix plans. Now it’s flogging over 100GB a month for under thirty bucks, which is pretty damn good.
Cheap Circles.Life Phone Plan Deal
Circles.Life is offering customers 100GB a month data allowance for just $28 a month. To get the deal you need to use the promo code DATAFRENZY. The deal lasts until May 22.
You will only get the plan at this price for the first 12 months, then it will go back up to $38 a month. But the good news is that $38 is still cheap for that amount of data – plus Circles.Life will probably run another promo before then anyway. Keep your eyes peeled.
Thanks to the Circles.Life bill shock data incentive, you actually get 103GB of included data a month before you need to pay extra for more. This is really good value, especially when you’re already getting 100GB. I barely crack my 20GB plan every month and I’m a heavy phone user.
And like all other Circles.Life plans, its contract free so you can leave at anytime if you find a better deal somewhere else.
This deal ends at 11:59pm AEST on March 22.
How Circles.Life Compares To Other Plans
For comparison, Belong sells its 40GB plan for $40 per month, and Optus sells its 60GB plan for $49 per month
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