A new mobile operator has launched in New Zealand and is promising to challenge the prepay market.
Kogan Mobile launched on Tuesday in association with Vodafone, and is offering rates as cheap as $4.90, but only for this month. The "launch deal" offers 32GB of data, and unlimited calls to New Zealand and Australia.
Usually Kogan Mobile's 32GB data plan would set users back $34.90 per month.
The new service is selling sim cards for $2, which will need to be purchased from Kogan.com.
"The launch of Kogan Mobile will advance New Zealand's telco market and set a new standard for what Kiwis demand from mobile prepay providers," chief executive Ruslan Kogan said.
It says it's offering "generous data inclusions" at "some of the best prices Kiwis have ever seen".