Telstra's Click Frenzy Banger: 60GB SIM-Only Plans For $49

Optus jumped the gun yesterday with a range of 200GB plan deals. But what if you've got a phone and you just want a cracking SIM-only plan? Well, it's time for Telstra to shine then.

Telstra's 60GB SIM-only deal usually goes for $69/month, but it's being dropped to $49/month for the next couple of days. The plan comes with Peace of Mind data—capping your connection at 1.5mbps after you go over your limit—and unlimited international calls and texts in Vietnam, the US, UK, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Singapore, Pakistan, New Zealand, Malaysia, Lebanon, India, Hong Kong, China, Canada and Bangladesh. You'll also get free Apple Music, AFL, AFLW, NRL, Netball and A-League streaming (minus State of Origin and the NRL final), but that's standard with every Telstra plan.

If you're after a handset, all of Telstra's plans have gotten a $10/month discount. Below you'll find the state of play for all the current flagships from Apple, Samsung, Google, and Huawei (the P30 Pro is still fine in Australia, even after this week's nightmare).

For more Click Frenzy deals, here's some of what's still going for a song.

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Bose's QC35 Cans Are Back On Sale

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