At 11.57am, an email arrived with an "Optus Network Update at 11.15am" that "services are now being restored".
At just $9 per 30 days with 4GB of data, or $15 per 30 days with 18GB of data, or even a great value 90 day plan, Catch Connect wants to catch the hearts, minds and wallets of consumers with plans that don't seem to come with any catches.
It's yet another deal for "new customers only", which means Catch Connect needs to think about doing a deal or two for current customers too, but the deals are nevertheless quite catching.
The latest deal seeking to convince you to churn over to Catch Connect has arrived, offering all 30-day pre-paid mobile plans for just 99c.
Trying to catch a break from all the MVNO deals out there is Catch Connect, which is letting Aussies get 90GB of data to use over 90 days for $89 in one of three catching new deals.
Last week it was Catch Connect offering plans for a dollar, but in his oft-inimitable style, Ruslan Kogan's mobile division is clearly offering customers a better catch.
Catch Connect has taken a leaf out of Kogan's marketing playbook with "an incredible money-saving deal" where "all 30-day pre-paid mobile plans are available for only $1 for a limited time".
Promising to be "more than just a phone service" thanks to an emphasis on community engagement and giving back, LYF Mobile still promises fast speeds, affordable prices, online simplicity and a millennial focus - is it time to Choose Lyf?
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