Hi I am having a bit of trouble understanding the difference in pricing between the mobile broadband options on offer.
I have been paying $150/month for 50Gb ($3/Gb) for over a year. When my contract expired I was offered 80Gb for the same price ($1.87/Gb). I am unable to get ADSL and already have satellite NBN, 120Gb for $49/month ($0.41/Gb)
Today I recieved an offer from Telstra to pre order the new iPhone8 with one option including 60Gb of data and the phone,for $129/month or 100Gb of data and phone for $199/month. The 2Gb plan costs $87 so it is not too big an assumption to say the 60Gb is only costing $42 ($0.70/Gb) or 100 Gb is $112 ($1.12/Gb). There is a 30Gb option for the same $129 ($1.4/Gb) so the 60Gb offer is exceptional.
On the mobile broadband page the plans are still sitting on 20Gb for $70 being the highest available Gb plan ($3.5/Gb).
Could someone explain why there is a $2.80/Gb spread in price for the same service from the same company?
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Was the offer made via a cold call from 'Telstra'? (TSA Group). Their offers are potentially different to the ones telstra provides
having a look no the site they seem to be special pre-order deals
Samsung note8 pre order has the same deal
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