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Optus-powered MSP Catch Connect adds annual prepaid plans to range

Australia’s latest mobile phone plan provider Catch Connect, which operates on the Optus 4G Plus mobile network has unveiled a suite of new 365-day plans which include a 30% discount promotion.

The firm said that by going long-term and paying one charge with 30% off, Australians can save around A$100. Customers opting to take up the year-long service can choose from three plan options, priced at A$139 (A$11.60 per month), A$189 (A$15.75 per month) and A$238 (A$19.80 per month).

“These options are available alongside Catch Connect’s 30-day and 90-day plans and offer even better value for money,” it added.

ee“With many Australians feeling the pinch in their pockets, the ability to make a one-off payment for a year-long phone plan, and not think about that bill for the rest of the year, gives them peace of mind,” said Catch Group CEO Nati Harpaz.

All plans come with unlimited national talk and text to standard numbers. Users can keep their own phone and existing number and get the Catch Connect SIM delivered. .

Catch Connect also offers a range of 30-day and 90-day plans from A$5 2GB 30-day plan to the large data 90-day 45GB plan for A$89. Its 30-day plans have A$10 off until the end of May.

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