Click Frenzy 2021: Get massive discounts on mobile phones, Samsung Galaxy S21 and other mobile offers
It’s November, which means we can be sure of two things; Mariah Carey will soon explode all the shopping centers in the country and that the Click Frenzy sale will offer good deals.
Whether you want to start your Christmas shopping early or want to grab a little something for yourself, here are some of the strengths that carriers offer for Click Frenzy.
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What could be better than having a shiny new flagship phone? Pay less, and that’s exactly what Telstra is doing with the Samsung Galaxy S21. Pair it with a 24 or 36 month plan to get $ 250 off the device.
If you’re more “thrifty” than “flagship,” then the more budget Samsung Galaxy A32 might be more suitable for you, and you can get $ 100 off the device with Telstra’s Click Frenzy offer.
You have until November 15 to get the discount on either phone.
Optus also has deals for Click Frenzy, including a free pair of Google Pixel Buds Series A when you buy a Google Pixel 6 Pro with a plan.
With an excellent display, a zippy processor, solid battery life, and of course Google’s now famous camera capabilities, the Pixel 6 Pro lives up to expectations, so a free pair of Pixel Buds (RRP $ 159) n icing on the top cake. You will just need to use the Pixel Buds through Google.
If you’re looking for data rather than a device, Optus is also offering a nice little discount on its 500GB Plus plan, where you’ll pay just $ 65 per month for the first 12 months, before reverting to its original price. of $ 115. That’s a savings of $ 600 over 12 months.
Vodafone has reduced the price of its prepaid starter pack to $ 30, which you can get for $ 5 and includes 40GB of data (that’s 15GB, then a 25GB bonus on your first 3 top-ups within 90 days).
So if you are a new Vodafone customer and want to try out their prepaid offers, now is the right time to do so.
Circles.Life is also on the Click Frenzy Train, reducing the price of its plan from $ 45 per month to 100 GB to just $ 30 for the first 6 months. That’s a savings of $ 75 over those 6 months, which is nothing to sneeze at.
In addition, since there is no contract, you could leave at the end of the six months.
Circles.Life is an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) that uses the Optus 4G network for coverage.
You have until November 26 to get this Circles.Life deal, and it’s open to new customers only.
Kate Reynolds is a digital content editor at Whistle, Australia’s mobile and internet comparison site.