New Aussie telco Circles.Life is offering 20GB for AU$18 a month
28 October 2019: While the likes of Telstra and Optus have long dominated the Australian telco scene, smaller companies that use their networks have seen increasing success Down Under, and they usually have something rather compelling to offer when they first arrive. This is certainly true for Cirlces.Life, one of the most popular telcos in its native...
Telco You’ve Never Heard Of Is Flogging 20GB Data For $18 A Month With No Contract
25 October 2019: Circles.Life is a little-known telco with a questionable name choice. But it also happens to have a real hectic SIM-only plan deal right now. For only $18 a month you can get 20GB of data on no contract on a telco that's powered by Optus. That's real crazy. Plans like...
A Telco With A Weird-Ass Name Is Doing A No-Contract 20GB Mobile Plan For $18
25 October 2019: If you’re horny for some cheap data, have we got some news for you! A telco with a weird name is flogging 20GB for just $18 per month with no lock-in contract. Good grief. The SIM-only plan is on offer with Cirlces.Life, a company that’s still relatively new on the scene...
A New Telco Just Smashed SIM-Only Pricing
24 October 2019: Most people have never heard of Circles.Life - an MVNO operating off Optus' 4G network. But we reckon that's about to change. For a limited time, it's offering 20GB of data - plus three bonus gigabytes if you go over - for just $18 per month. Crucially, the plan is contract-free...
Good deal: 20GB for $18 for a whole year
24 October 2019: One of the newest mobile carriers on the Australian market, Circles.Life, is offering its 20GB plans at the special discounted price of $18 per month. Customers who redeem the offer will enjoy the discount price for the next 12 months. After that time, their plan will return to Circles.Life's standard plan...
Circle.Life is now offering a $10 discount for 12 months
23 October 2019: Circles.Life has announced a new promotion that offers a $10 discount for 12 months. During launch in September, the new telco was offering four months of free service to anyone who signed up before October 14. In the video above, the telco battle heats up. Sunrise Consumer Correspondent Shaun White checks out...