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FTW: Mobile phone and data SIMs from Comobile!

LOOKING to switch to a new phone provider? Comobile may just be your answer! Five lucky people stand to win mobile or data-only plans in this exciting giveaway!

Photo: Comobile Facebook Page

Photo: Comobile Facebook Page

Choosing a mobile plan can be frustrating. Besides having to pick a provider that is reliable, cost is always a concern for students. Comobile could be your answer!

A sub-division of the Co-op, Comobile is built specially for students (both present and past). Choose from five different plans to suit your needs – whether it be credit for calls and text messages, or data-only plans for your tablet device or laptop. As a launch special, all Comobile users will receive an additional 1GB of data until the end of September. Better yet, you won’t be locked into a contract with Comobile, no matter which plan you choose.

Also, Comobile is powered by iVNO which uses part of the Telstra 3G network, which means you get premium coverage and quality on a student budget!

Lastly, don’t forget to enter the #notlockedin competition where you could win up to $8000 worth of prizes – including a Samsung Galaxy 3G tablet, Audio-technica headphones, a Jawbone activity tracker, and more. Check out their official Facebook page for more details.

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If you think Comobile sounds like the ideal mobile service provider, we’ve got good news! Five lucky Meld readers will win either a MIDI mobile plan (worth $89) or a MINI data-only plan (worth $29). For your chance to win, take part in our Rafflecopter competition below. 

Visit Comobile for more information about the plans they offer.

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