About TeleChoice mobile

telechoiceTeleChoice was founded in 1995 in Australia by Ehab Abdou and Paul Reeves. As of 2013, TeleChoice has become a MVNO on Telstra’s 3G network, instantly making it Australia’s largest independent MVNO retailer and service provider. The company has over 140 stores in Australia and you can find your nearest store online.

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TeleChoice has a wide range of price points in both 24-month ‘Liberty’ contract plans and month-to-month ‘Live’ plans. All of their plans are post-paid and SIM-only, and there is no SIM fee when you sign up.

You can get a 24-month plan from $12.50/month up to $55/month, and you can add a range of mobile phone handsets to these plans for an additional cost. The cheapest plan includes just $20 worth of calls and 200MB of data, so it would be a plan for someone who doesn’t use their phone much.

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You can get a month-to-month plan from $22/month up to $55/month. Texts are even more expensive on these plans at 25c each, but excess data usage is cheaper at only 5c per MB.

Data packs for the month-to-month plans cost $10 for 1GB, which is fairly standard.

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Post-paid mobile plans service providers we surveyed

Canstar Blue commissions Colmar Brunton to regularly survey 3,000 Australian consumers across a range of categories to measure and track customer satisfaction. The outcomes reported are the results from customers within the survey group who currently have an active post-paid mobile phone account in their name and pay the bills – in this case, 1,823 people.

The post-paid mobile plans service providers in this year’s survey are:

  • iiNet
  • amaysim
  • Optus
  • Telstra
  • TPG
  • Virgin
  • Vodaphone
  • Vaya

You can view the post-paid mobile plans service providers survey results here.

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