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Australia’s newest telco on the block is offering 4 months of data and calls for free

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Is your phone bill too high?

Then don’t pay it. That’s what Circles.Life, Australia’s newest telco launching today, is telling Australians.

As part of the Singapore-headquartered company’s launch, it is offering to completely cover your phone bills for the first four months if you sign up before 30th September.

That means you’ll get its plan of 20GB of data and unlimited standard calls and texts, which typically costs $28 a month, without paying a single cent for four months.

If at the end of the four free months you don’t love Circles.Life, Yahoo Finance has confirmed that you won’t have to pay any extra fees to ditch the telco – so long as you give 28 days’ notice.

“We dare Australians to like their telco,” said Circles.Life Australia general manager Ben Murray.

“Hence, we’re offering a bill waiver for the first four months during the launch period - so they don’t just have to take our word for it but can experience our service themselves, risk-free.”

Circles.Life, running on the Optus network, also wants to make a point of difference by having people, not bots, man their in-app Live Chat.

How do I sign up?

To get your four months of free data and calls, Australians can sign up online at and have their SIM card delivered as soon as the same day.

After getting their SIM, customers can activate or transfer their number on the Circles.Life website. You’ll also be able to tailor your plan through the Circles.Life app, where you can choose add-ons, boost features, contact customer reps, and monitor data usage.

The inaugural Yahoo Finance All Markets Summit will be held on the 26th of September 2019 in the Shangri-La, Sydney. Check out the full line-up of speakers and agenda for this groundbreaking event here and buy tickets here.