In the market for a new postpaid SIM-only plan? The good news is that you can grab yourself a serious bargain, thanks to this special offer from Pennytel.
For the first six months of your plan, you can save 25% off your monthly charge. If you take up this offer, you could stand to save over $50, depending on which plan you choose.
How much can I save?
As a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) on the Telstra network, Pennytel already offers some well-priced month-to-month phone plans across four different price points. With this current offer, the Extra Small plan is currently one of the cheapest postpaid phone plan on the market at this price point.
While other MVNOs have their cheapest offerings sitting around the $9+ mark on a permanent basis, the Extra Small plan, with 1GB of data, will set you back $8.24 over the first six months. Over those six months, you stand to save $16.50; after that you’ll be back to the regular pricing at $10.99, which is still a great price for a small phone plan..
If you need a bit more data, the Small plan with 2GB data will cost you $11.99 for the first six months, then back to $15.99 per month — that’s a saving of $24 over those six months. The Medium plan will get you 4GB of data for $14.99 per month for the first six months, then up to $19.99, with a saving of $30 over the first six months.
Pennytel’s Large plan, with 10GB of data, is where you stand to save the most. For the first six months, you’ll be up for $26.99 per month, saving you $54, then back to regular pricing at $35.99. For the budget conscious, these savings can really go a long way.
Is Pennytel right for me?
If you’ve been comparing phone plans, and have been considering signing up to Pennytel, this could be the chance for you to give this small telco a go. As the plans are month-to-month, there are no cancellation fees, and a minimum term of one month only. Pennytel’s plans are really ideal for light-to-moderate phone users, especially kids and seniors. The telco also has a focus on providing quality customer service, with extended call centre operating hours and coverage across 98.8% of the population thanks to the Telstra network.
With all of this in mind, it’s certainly worth considering if Pennytel is the right SIM-only postpaid provider for you – and if you make the switch before 13 March, you could end up saving a few pennies too. After all, a penny saved is a penny earned!