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Just Mobile: $10 Buckscoop cashback with new SIM starter pack from $5

Posted By: Brad, posted 2011/05/10 00:11
Just Mobile offers $10.80 cashback with the purchase of a new SIM card.
Starter packs start at just $5, which includes $5 prepaid credits.

A quick summary of their rates: (Full details can be found by clicking though)
No flagfall/call connection fee
0.5c per sec to Australian landlines/mobiles (any network)
15c per sms (any network within Australia)
15% recharge value bonus when you top-up online

Amaysim coverage runs on the Vodafone network.

***Cashback rate refers to the purchase of a new sim, not for any future recharges. Only valid when you purchase your sim online via Buckscoop. Be sure to clear your cookies before making your purchase & check Buckscoop Help for further details on how to help ensure your cashback tracks correctly.

Don't abuse this offer, otherwise nobody else will get to take advantage of it and you run the risk of your purchases not being eligible for cashback.
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$5.00
  • Donkey2011/05/10 00:28:00
    :D - go brad
  • Brad2011/05/10 00:38:02
    not quite the same, but still a great deal :)
  • lilpretzel2011/05/10 17:33:43
    Nice One!

    :)
  • timgeo2011/05/11 04:14:26
    Thanks Brad!

    Also, expiry seems to be 30 days:

    http://www.justmobile.com.au/pdfs/JustFAQ.pdf p8
    Your Starter Pack will be preloaded with call credit that lasts for 30 days from date of activation. Recharge credit purchased with JUST Prepaid Caps have a 30 day call credit expiry period, and recharge credit purchased with the JUST 15 Prepaid plan have a 180 day call credit expiry period.
  • Wormetti2011/05/11 18:16:38
    Will they actually pay? Virgin Mobile offered a similar buckscoop deal once (paying you to buy a SIM card) but they never paid, so lots of users were out $5.
  • Donkey2011/05/11 18:25:05
    "Will they actually pay" - its hard and annoying. Our only effective tool to actually force payment when a merchant kicks off is bad publicity. 95% of the time there's no issues but every once in a while you get problems with a programme or merchant. We try our hardest to not let them affect you.

    Have you submitted an enquiry or ticket for that Virgin transaction?
  • normie2011/05/11 18:37:29
    You can get bonus credit when you recharge just mobile if you join https://smspup.com/home.php and collect points from reading there emails.
  • Brad2011/05/11 20:19:38
    Wormetti
    Will they actually pay? Virgin Mobile offered a similar buckscoop deal once (paying you to buy a SIM card) but they never paid, so lots of users were out $5.

    I don't see why not, as within their site they offer their customers $15 credit for getting a friend to join their network.
    at least it's only a $5 starter pack and you're free to chew up the $5 included on the sim.
  • timgeo2011/05/18 04:36:32
    Anyone having trouble getting their transaction to track? I'd like to think I know what I'm doing, but apparantly not :-p
  • bigal2011/06/09 13:54:53
    I have had my cashback declined and I am unable to make an enquiry about this.

    Has anyone else had their cashback validated for their amaysim purchase?
  • bigal2011/06/09 15:16:35
    ok, ignore this post... i posted it in the wrong thread ... not sure why I did that :P

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