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A sentence in a novel reads: Mum said she wasn’t paying for another phone because I was pathologically incapable of looking after it, and she was twenty-four hours a day losing the plot about money anyway, so, job done.

What does the last expression ‘job done’ mean here?

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A sentence in a novel reads:  Mum said she wasn’t paying for another phone because I was pathologically incapable of looking after it, and she was twenty-four hours a day losing the plot about money anyway, so, job done. 

What does the last expression ‘job done’ mean here?
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