About Vodafone mobile

Vodafone logoVodafone Hutchison Australia may be the country’s third-largest telco company, but that hasn’t stopped it from encountering serious trouble over the last few years. The company lost 46,000 customers over the course of 2014, but Vodafone has invested into a number of strategies that it believes will help it become “Australia’s favourite telco” by the end of 2015.

In regards to its prepaid options, at time of writing Vodafone offers three plans: Prepaid Cap, Pay As You Go, and 365 Day, with four, four, and six price tiers respectively. The Prepaid Cap plan is a data-heavy talk and text plan that expires after 28 days, and comes with infinite text. The Pay As You Go plan has a 30 day expiry, and simply gives you the recharge value (minimum $20) in flexible credit, and infinite national calls to other Vodafone numbers. The 365 Day plan also gives you the recharge value in flexible credit (minimum $20), along with at least 50 minutes of calls to other Vodafone numbers, however it doesn’t expire for 365 days.

Other prepaid mobile plans service providers we surveyed

Canstar Blue commissions Colmar Brunton to regularly survey 2,500 Australian consumers across a range of categories to measure and track customer satisfaction. The outcomes reported are the results from customers within the survey group who currently have an active prepaid mobile phone account in their name and pay the bills – in this case, 714 people.

The other prepaid mobile plans service providers in this year’s survey are:

  • amaysim
  • Virgin Mobile
  • Telstra
  • ALDIMobile
  • Optus Mobile

You can view the prepaid mobile plans service providers survey results here.

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