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.
Online discounter Kogan has exceeded $200 million in half-year revenue for the six months to the end of December, and now claims 1.16 million active customers, an addition of 366,000 customers over one year.
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.
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