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Ecommerce outfit Catch offers cut-price mobile plans

Ecommerce outfit The Catch Group has offered new mobile plans through its subsidiary Catch Connect.

In a statement, the company drew attention to its 90-day plans which offered data ranging from 6GB to 45GB, all for $15 in a deal available until 28 May.

There are also 30-day plans, offering between 2GB and 15GB, with prices ranging from $5 to $25.

And one can also buy connectivity for a whole year, with allowances of 3GB, 6GB or 15GB per month for prices ranging from $139 upwards.

Catch Group chief executive Nati Harpaz said: “As with everything Catch does, we always aim to give the best price.

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"We will keep on rolling out great value plans and giving Aussies the best mobile deal they can get, that’s what Catch.com.au and Catch Connect is all about.”

Catch Connect says it has pre-paid plans for convenience and no lock-in contracts.

All plans offer unlimited talk and texts to standard numbers in Australia, and allow users to port across their own numbers.

Added extras include: data top up – $10 for 1GB or $15 for 2GB; international calls – $5: up to 100 minutes to 32 selected countries; or $10: up to 300 minutes to 32 selected countries.

The plans are powered by the Optus 4G Plus Mobile Network, which reaches 96.6% of Australians.


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A professional journalist with decades of experience, Sam for nine years used DOS and then Windows, which led him to start experimenting with GNU/Linux in 1998. Since then he has written widely about the use of both free and open source software, and the people behind the code. His personal blog is titled Irregular Expression.


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