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.
New Zealand budget telco Skinny has written to Kogan Mobile, complaining about the latter's use of the colour orange on its web site.
Online retailer Kogan has launched its mobile prepay service in New Zealand under its Kogan Mobile brand in a deal with telco Vodafone.
The battle for the hearts, minds and wallets of pre-paid mobile phone users is raging, with Boost, Amaysim, Ovo and now Kogan Mobile upgrading data allowances in a big way.
Noting how those who work in government are probably stuck on an expensive plan, and how their families need not be, Kogan Mobile wants you to switch!
A new hope for even more data from pre-paid providers not yet offering unlimited plans has emerged from the Kogan Mobile empire, striking back at competitors with boosted data bundles.
Online retailer Kogan has had a big jump in revenue and profits for the full year to 30 June, on the back of a 45% boost in active customers to now claim 1.38 million total active customers.
COMMENT Vodafone has the cheapest unlimited mobile data plan in Australia, offering a set amount of high-speed gigabytes, then capping to 1.5Mbps, but who will be first to do better?
Kogan has a knack of doing the obvious — or at least, obvious after the fact — with his latest marketing stunt to offer a free month of Kogan Mobile access with almost any phone purchased at Kogan.com
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".
If you're a fan of Kogan Mobile's S and M plans, you can take pleasure in the pain-free upgrading of the Small and Medium plans to higher data limits at no extra for ever better value.
Coming on the same day that Telstra has launched unlimited plans on its network, Kogan still has plans at lower prices that aren't unlimited, but are still great value for money.
Buy one, get one free is the great BOGOF deal many have done in various industries, with Kogan Mobile offering this deal to new M, L or XL 365-day customers.
Fierce "everything" competitor Kogan has slashed all of its 30-day SIM-only deals to $7.90 for the first recharge, with the Large plan doubled this month only from 16GB to 32GB.
The clever data counters at Kogan Mobile have responded to various telco moves by adding yet more data to some of its plans, all in an attempt to cleverly counter competing offers with offers of its own.
MVNOs have been successful on price, value and growth, but even as major telcos fight back with contracts to buy iPhone X, Note 8 and others, the threat of TPG's upcoming new network means continued growth will need true innovation and value, and not price alone.
Clever countermover Kogan is always outmanoeuvering competitors, with his latest cunning stunt a countenancing face-off that makes Kogan's 16GB-laden and best unlimited mobile plan free, for 30 days - but only for 96 hours.
If you haven't yet joined Kogan Mobile, the Koganator wants you to terminate your relationship with competing telcos by re-introducing a special deal to tempt you into a taste of Kogan's telco offering.
Competition for a telco is an everyday thing, as are moves by your competitors, with Kogan Mobile doing a deal for those who rely on mobile broadband to stay connected.
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