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    Quote Originally Posted by mamatotwo View Post
    Yep that's per fortnight unfortunately and I'm on 24 months contract so can't get out of it early I'm rural and can only go with telstra too which sucks!
    I didn't budget for public transport because everything is within walking distance luckily and I will get groceries home delivered.
    Entertainment savings is a good idea thank u!
    When you get to the end of the contract you may be able to swap to Aldi. They are on the Telstra network and have plans from $15 per month.

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    What about health insurance, home contents insurance.

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    Default Singles mummies what does your budget look like?

    I think you could get a cheaper phone budget.

    Sorry, just read your post

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    Do you drive? I didn't notice any car associated costs. Also contents insurance? Private health? If you don't have those I think you've covered everything else


 

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