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Cheap mobile plans - comparing $30 or less plans

At Mozo we’re always looking for ways to help you save money, while still getting bang for your buck. As interest rates and the cost of living rise, some of us are seeking out ways to free up some extra cash.

Pretty much everyone has a mobile phone these days. And with phones come our phone bills. Whether you’re on a monthly contract, or a prepaid long-expiry plan, there’s probably been at least one time when your jaw has hit the floor after checking how much you owe your telco.

One simple way you can give your budget some extra breathing room is by switching to a cheaper mobile phone plan.

In fact, there are even some mobile plans available for less than $30. These include prepaid and monthly plans with generous data inclusions that might surprise you. 

Cheap mobile phone plans with data for $30 or less? You’re not dreaming. Just take a look at some of the options that are out there below. 

But note that some of these plans come with introductory offers of discounted monthly prices, so make sure you’re aware of how much you’ll likely be paying after the introductory period ends.

Mobile phone plans under $30/month

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Last updated 25 July 2024
Jack Dona
Jack Dona
Money writer

Jack is RG146 Generic Knowledge certified, with a Bachelor of Communications in Creative Writing from UTS, and uses his creative flair to cut through the financial jargon and make home loans, insurance and banking interesting. His reader-first approach to creating content and his passion for financial literacy means he always looks for innovative ways to explain personal finance. Jack's research and explanations have been featured in government publications, and his work is regularly featured alongside major publications in Google's Top Stories for Insurance.