25% off All Kogan 30 Day Prepay Plans as Long as Your Plan Is Active (Small $11.25, Medium $18.75, Large $26.25) @ KoganMobileNZ

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Kogan Plans
All plans include unlimited calls and text to NZ and Australian numbers to use within NZ.

  • Small: was $15 now $11.25 (1.5GB of data per 30 days)
  • Medium: was $25 now $18.75 (4GB of data per 30 days)
  • Large: was $35 now $26.25 (15GB of data per 30 days)

Terms & conditions

  • The unique Kogan Mobile voucher included as part of this product is non transferrable and cannot be redeemed for cash.
  • Voucher must be purchased before 11:59pm NZST on 12/07/2022.
  • Voucher expires at 11:59pm NZST on 31/08/2022.
  • A Kogan Mobile SIM card is automatically included with a purchase of this plan.
  • SIM delivery takes up to 14 working days, after which you can activate your plan.
  • Activation or recharge must be made before the voucher expiry date.
  • Voucher does not apply to subsequent recharges.
  • Voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any other vouchers or promotional offers.
  • For information about how to use Kogan Mobile vouchers, click here.

Valid for new and existing Kogan Mobile customers. Personal use only. Discounts available on Kogan Mobile Small, Medium and Large 30 day plans purchased before 11:59pm NZST 12/07/2022. Not available for commercial or resale purposes. Discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offers. Not transferable and not redeemable for cash. Discounted Pricing will remain on every recharge for these plans until you end your commitment or change to another plan.

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Comments

  • Hi BigCheese,

    Am I understanding correctly - the 25% discount is ongoing and perpetual (within some bounds - I'm sure there will be some mechanism for Kogan to cancel it down the track if they really want to) as long as you keep the plan alive?

    If so, that's a great deal and beats Skinny by a country-mile (Skinny's $16 per 28 days = $208.57 for a 365 day year, compared to Kogan's $11.25 per 30 days = $136.88 per 365 days).

    Kogan is less than two-thirds the cost.

    Alan.

    • That is what it looks like.
      I'm going to attempt to message them to clarify but their customer service is not the greatest unfortunately.
      It implies that you can get 25% off as long as you buy a voucher prior to 12th July, activate it and then remain on the plan.
      I'll let you know when (if) I hear back!

      • Thanks :-)

        • Just got a reply back from Kogan now - super fast response actually for them as I only messaged four hours ago!

          Thanks for getting in touch.
          As long as you stay on with the plan, the future monthly recharge will be 25% off.

          • @bigcheese: Cool - that makes this an excellent deal by the looks of it.

            They could increase the price in the future, but still give you 25% off of course, but I have no problem with that - even if it only lasted 12 months that would be pretty good.

            • @Alan6984: Also, because it is a 30 day plan as opposed to a 365 day where you pay everything upfront you can simply just change networks if the price goes up.

    • From the fine print near the bottom: "Discounted Pricing will remain on every recharge for these plans until you end your commitment or change to another plan." So I would assume from that wording it is perpetual.

      • Good find

    • +1

      Very good prices, but I’m sticking to Skinny for their unlimited calls to other Skinny numbers, roll over minutes and data, and all the free bonus data that they do each summer.

      Most months I would only use half a gb of data and probably less than 50 non skinny minutes. But some months could be way more, such as during camping holidays around New Years where I used 7gb over a few days. Which is when the rollover data is required.

      Kogan’s $18 plan would almost make sense, if I talked more or didn’t need the occasional data binge for trip out of town.

      • Very good prices, but I’m sticking to Skinny for their unlimited calls to other Skinny numbers, roll over minutes and data, and all the free bonus data that they do each summer.

        Kogan is unlimited calls to any NZ and Aussie number? Sounds like a better deal (we are with Skinny for one of our numbers)? If so, then rollover minutes (and SMS) is not as good (although we never get anywhere near the minutes anyway).

        The data is a different matter though. Not sure that you can add data on Kogan, or at least I can't recall being able to do that when we were with them previously?

        If not, then Skinny might be better for that scenario.

        However, you could change to Kogan, and then use Skinny while you are away (maybe on a separate old phone via hotspot), and get the best of both? Also means that, if you leave that old phone plugged in / charging somehow, you have ongoing WiFi without running down the battery on the main phone! Skinny's $46 for 28 days plan gives you 12GB of data (there might be better options with them or someone else too).

        • The data is a different matter though. Not sure that you can add data on Kogan, or at least I can't recall being able to do that when we were with them previously?

          Yes you can add-on extra data but it is really expensive.
          Much better to ensure you stick to the allocation each month and if this is consistently not enough then change plans.
          Link to add-ons here

          You can get:

          • Extra 300MB of data for $4.90 (valid for 30 days)
          • Extra 1.25GB of data for $11.90 (valid for 30 days)
          • Extra 3GB of data for $21.90 (valid for 30 days)
          • @bigcheese: Quite expensive - I would go with my previous suggestion, and use a separate old phone with a Skinny SIM on, say, their $46 for 28 days plan to get 12GB of data, and just hotspot it to your primary phone and / or anyone else that you want to share it with.

            Also, doesn't run down my battery sharing via hotspot to the kids!

            • +1

              @Alan6984: Or if you only need some additional data and have another phone (or dual sim) buy the $5 starter pack and hotspot off that.
              15GB of data over 30 days for $5 is pretty good value!

  • Can you activate this if you are already on the earlier one year half price deal?
    Do they stack?

    • +3

      No - Kogan deals don't stack.
      If you are on an existing 365 plan and sign up to this it will overwrite your old plan and you will lose whatever time you have left.
      I would not do this deal if your existing plan is still active, unless it is just about to end and you are happy to lose the balance of your exisiting plan.

  • Can you buy 12 vouchers and have this price for a year?

    • +2

      Any voucher you buy now needs to be activated by the 31st August, so I would not do that.
      I have messaged Kogan to ask the question as to what the '25% off as long as your plan is active' means as per Alan's question above.

  • Can Kogan mobile numbers reply to shortcodes?

    • +1

      not as yet i believe

    • Not last time I had a Kogan number (about 18 months ago I think).

      Possible that has changed I guess.

    • +1

      No they can't.
      If you have a need to reply to shortcodes for the likes of entering competitions or confirming dentist appointments etc then you are better with one of the other networks like Skinny.

    • +1

      can they forward to DIA spam?

      • Yes they can, I have done that with mine

  • Perfect thanks Bigcheese been waiting for this to come up since I wanted to get the large plan long term

  • How have people found Kogan for mobile service?
    Considering making the switch from skinny to Kogan, but want to make sure we don't have shite connection when we go on holidays.

  • I got the medium sim, thanks for posting this deal!

  • +2

    not much discount compared to the yearly plans.

    • +1

      This gives much greater flexibility though - not only is it cheaper per month than the 365 plans but you don't have to pay it all upfront and can leave whenever you like without forfeiting any credit.

      Comparison with this deal pricing
      Small 30 day =$11.25 v $13.34 per day on 365 day plan ($160 upfront)
      Medium 30 day = $18.75 v $20.84 per day on 365 day plan ($250 upfront)
      Large 30 day = $26.25 v $27.50 per day on 365 day plan ($330 upfront)

    • +1

      If anything, you would expect the monthly plans to be more expensive, so this seems like a significant discount to me?

    • +1

      Yeah agreed, yearly plans when they are half price and pretty hard to beat. I think I pay $10.xx/month for unlimited calls / texts and 4GB / 30 days. Just have to pay that $125 up front.

  • Best to wait for Buy One Get One Free deals.

    Usually they have these around their birthday time.

    This in turn works out even cheaper. Search up previous deals from Kogan here to find out.

    • Not sure when their birthday is, but the last time they did a BOGOF was about three months ago (Mar 2023).

      Rather than wait, it seems better to join this on a monthly basis, then re-consider if / when they do a BOGOF sometime in the future.

      • Their anniversary in NZ is end of August / Beginning of September.
        BOGOF is definitely cheaper overall than this, although the 50% off deals like they did six months ago are even better as you don't need to go halves with someone else.

        This deal is useful for someone that doesn't necessarily want to pay a year upfront or is at the end of their plan now and needs something to tie them over.

        • Okay, but my reply was really to query the advice to 'wait' until they do a BOGOF (or similar) deal, rather than joining now on a monthly plan.

          I'm not sure why it would make sense to hold off if this is cheaper than any other option (assuming you are not locked in currently)?

          • @Alan6984: I agree.
            If you are at the end of your plan now this is a great deal which you could use until a 50% off or BOGOF deal comes along.

            The only thing you have to watch is that they don't make the next deal for new customers only, although they generally seem to make them for both new & existng customers so this means you could roll onto a 365 day plan straight after.

            • @bigcheese: Yes - Kogan seem quite good about offering promotions to their existing customers. Compare that to ISPs and Power Companies who have to be cajoled!

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