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Hi I have a current plan with Virgin mobile which is about to end. I was thinking of changing to Telstra mobile and adding it on to my other Telstra services (BigPond Foxtel home phone) I am paying $45 a month for a iPhone 5c with 200mb of data and $200 credit. I have been a Telstra customer for quite a few years what can you offer me? Regards Henk
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Hello Henk,

In addition to what you have already been advised, if you were to enter a new home internet contract with Telstra, and have a total of 3 services,  providing you do not take a bundle, and your other services were separate,  you can get between $20 and $30 discount  off your home internet. Hope that helps

 

 

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Hi there Henk, just thought i'd add my two cents. Depending on how much calls and data you need/want Telstra now have some pretty competitive BYO offers as well as handset plans. I would suggest browsing the website to see if any offers interest you or popping into your local store as some offers may be below the line and reserved for walk in customers. 

 

The current BYO range of plans is as follows

 

$35 = $300 calling allowance + 500MB of data 

$50 = $1000 calling allowance + 2.5 GB of data 

$70 = Unlimited talk time + 6GB of data

 

All of the above plans also include unlimited SMS/MMS and messagebank

 

Hope that Helps.

 

 

I am a Telstra Staff Member, however all views expressed are my own and in no way endorsed by Telstra

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I think you are under the right heading. If the casual sim / byo plans are anything to go from you should be able to get 500mb of data and $300 of calls for $35. Given you have several services with Telstra they may even give you a discount.

 

https://www.telstra.com.au/mobile-phones/plans-and-rates#

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Hello Henk,

In addition to what you have already been advised, if you were to enter a new home internet contract with Telstra, and have a total of 3 services,  providing you do not take a bundle, and your other services were separate,  you can get between $20 and $30 discount  off your home internet. Hope that helps

 

 

If I have helped you, a "Like" would be appreciated.

If my advice is a solution, please acknowledge it.

I'm not a Telstra employee.
50 + years exp. in radio comms., eg mobile phones since 1963, two-way radios, base stations, antennas & pagers. Expert in current Telstra Go repeaters & smart antennas.
"Being 75 years of age, entitles one to be an expert at everything!!"

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Re: Mobile phone

Hi there Henk, just thought i'd add my two cents. Depending on how much calls and data you need/want Telstra now have some pretty competitive BYO offers as well as handset plans. I would suggest browsing the website to see if any offers interest you or popping into your local store as some offers may be below the line and reserved for walk in customers. 

 

The current BYO range of plans is as follows

 

$35 = $300 calling allowance + 500MB of data 

$50 = $1000 calling allowance + 2.5 GB of data 

$70 = Unlimited talk time + 6GB of data

 

All of the above plans also include unlimited SMS/MMS and messagebank

 

Hope that Helps.

 

 

I am a Telstra Staff Member, however all views expressed are my own and in no way endorsed by Telstra

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