Kogan Mobile has launched 4G service in Australia a month earlier than planned. Kogan Mobile operates as an MVNO using Vodafone’s network.
David Shafer, Executive Director of Kogan, said the fast-tracked roll out of 4G was “part of Kogan Mobile’s commitment to continuously improve the value customers receive from the service”.
“We promised our customers 4G connectivity was coming by June this year. We have delivered on that promise and we have delivered it ahead of schedule,” he said.
Kogan Mobile also introduced a new prepaid option – 11XL. The 11XL offers 11GB monthly data allowance and unlimited standard calls and texts within Australia for $49.95 a month.
There’s a “limited time” deal that adds an extra 1GB of data to the 11XL plan, and an extra 2GB data to the 5XL plan till 31st July 2016.
“Kogan Mobile has made 4G more accessible for Aussie consumers, at affordable prices that won’t break the bank,” Shafer continued. “New and existing Kogan Mobile customers now have more options than ever to choose the Plan that works best for them.”