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Kogan Mobile switches on 4G connectivity for all customers

All new and existing customers will get 4G LTE access via the Vodafone network starting in June, for no extra charge.

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If you're a Kogan Mobile customer, it's time to rejoice: The mobile virtual network operator is about to switch on 4G access for all customers, both new and old. The switch to high-speed mobile Internet will come in June.

Kogan Mobile began life back in 2012 via the Telstra network and then famously imploded in 2013. It was relaunched back in October 2015, this time using Vodafone network. The service offers prepaid plans with data limits ranging from 1GB to 5GB.