Vodafone iPhone Plans & Prices

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Vodafone is the third major telco in Australia and has shaken up the industry a bit recently with the way it tackles phone plans, including the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. Vodafone has separated the phone from the plan, and this means that the only thing you are locked into is the phone repayment, meaning you can change plans month to month. Customers then have the choice of a 36, 24 or 12 month contract, with the former easing the burden of expensive phone plans over three years instead of two. Read on to find out what you can get in an iPhone plan with Vodafone.

iPhone XVodafone iPhone X Plans

  • 64GB 36 month plans from $83.86
  • 64GB 24 month plans from $95.79
  • 64GB 12 month plans from $171.58
  • 256GB 36 month plans from $90.80
  • 256GB 24 month plans from $106.20
  • 256GB 12 month plans from $192.41
  • Data allowances from 2GB up to 50GB

The iPhone X is the latest king of the smartphones – at least in hype, popularity and cost anyway. It costs around $1,500 outright but you can bundle with Vodafone from as little as around $80. This includes the plan and phone repayment.

  • Vodafone gives users the choice between either extra data with ‘Data’ plans or extra Qantas Frequent Flyer Points and international credit with ‘Global’ plans.

Vodafone has one of the biggest ranges of iPhone X plans out there, with plenty of different contract options to consider.

Vodafone iPhone 8 Plus Plans

  • 64GB 36 month plans from $74.13
  • 64GB 24 month plans from $81.20
  • 64GB 12 month plans from $142.41
  • 256GB 36 month plans from $81.08
  • 256GB 24 month plans from $91.62
  • 256GB 12 month plan from $163.25
  • Data allowances from 2GB up to 50GB

Prices for the big iPhone start at under $75 a month, while only being a couple dollars more per month for the 256GB model over three years. Users can select one of two paths – more data, or more Qantas FF points and international credit.

Vodafone has really ramped up the competition in the iPhone 8 space with some of the cheapest plans going around, but be aware to pay the lowest monthly price you will probably have to stick around for three years. A positive, however, is the fact you can change your plan as your needs change.

Vodafone iPhone 8 Plans

  • 64GB 36 month plans from $69.97
  • 64GB 24 month plans from $74.95
  • 64GB 12 month plans from $129.91
  • 256GB 36 month plans from $76.91
  • 256GB 24 month plans from $85.37
  • 256GB 12 month plans from $150.75
  • Data allowances from 2GB up to 50GB

If you can’t quite stomach the iPhone X or perhaps you can’t be bothered with such a large screen as featured on the 8 Plus, Vodafone has some iPhone 8 plans that are relatively cheap if bundled over three years.

  • Prices start at under $70, making them some of the cheapest iPhone 8 plans on the market if you sign up for three years. Extra data bonuses, or Qantas FF points and international credit come as extra goodies on most plans.

Once again, customers will have to sign up for three years if they want the absolute cheapest prices on offer. Alternatively, if you can afford the $100+ monthly fee over 12 months, you could be out of your contract sooner and enjoying your iPhone debt-free.

Vodafone iPhone 7 Plus Plans

  • 32GB 36 month plans from $69.13
  • 32GB 24 month plans from $73.70
  • 32GB 12 month plans from $139.91
  • 128GB 36 month plans from $79.41
  • 128GB 24 month plans from $89.12
  • 128GB 12 month plans from $158.25
  • Data allowances from 2GB up to 50GB

If you want a larger screen but the 8 Plus is too audaciously-priced, the 7 series can still represent great value. You can get a base model for under $70 a month:

  • Customers can still get the goodies associated with the newer iPhone plans, such as extra data, Qantas FF points and international credit.

Since the release of the X and 8, the 7 series has come down quite a bit in price, but users will still usually need to sign up for three years to see the best deals.

Vodafone iPhone 7 Plans

  • 32GB 36 month plans from $63.58
  • 32GB 24 month plans from $65.37
  • 32GB 12 month plans from $110.75
  • 128GB 36 month plans from $67.75
  • 128GB 24 month plans from $71.62
  • 128GB 12 month plans from $123.25
  • Data allowances from 2GB up to 50GB

The iPhone of 2016 is still a pretty exciting phone, and the cheapest Vodafone plans are under $65 a month. There is little price discount between 36 month plans and 24 month plans, so customers may find benefit in shaving off two years and spending a few bucks more per month with a 24 month plan.

  • Users can select one of two paths: Extra data, or bonus Qantas FF points and international credit – either for the data lover, or jetsetter.

As with nearly every plan, international roaming is available from $5 extra per day, making Vodafone a viable telco for the globetrotter.

Vodafone iPhone 6S Plans

  • 36 month plans from $59.41
  • 24 month plans from $59.12
  • 12 month plans from $98.25
  • 32GB model only, data allowances from 2GB to 50GB

Even though the 6S is two generations old now, it still commands a loyal following as it is the last model to feature a 3.5mm headphone jack. Beyond that, prices have come down a lot since its initial release and users can bundle a plan for under $60 a month.

  • Interestingly, 24 month plans start off cheaper but users will need to sacrifice some data – up to 2GB. Is this enough to get you to stick around for three years? The phone will be quite old-hat by then.

As usual expect all the usual goodies from Vodafone – extra data, Qantas FF points and international credit.

Vodafone iPhone SE Plans

  • 36 month plans from $55.25
  • 24 month plans from $52.27
  • 12 month plans from $85.75
  • 32GB model only, with data from 2GB to 50GB

The iPhone SE was made for people who want a 4 inch screen – like the iPhone 5S and earlier – but with modern tech on board. For those who like truly pocket-sized iPhones, the SE could be it. SEs are pretty cheap outright but customers may still find benefit in bundling.

  • Despite the small phone and a cheaper price, users can still get bonuses like extra data, Qantas FF points and international credit as well as $5/day roaming.

The SE is the square-edged, small-screen little brother of the phones mentioned above, but with modern tech on board. The SE is the cheapest out there in the iPhone line-up, making it either a great second phone or for those who don’t like big screens.

Should I get a Vodafone iPhone plan?

Vodafone is the third major telco in Australia and has a dizzying array of iPhone X and 8 plans with large amounts of data and other goodies up for grabs. Vodafone also features some of the cheapest plans out there, with one caveat:

  • The best prices are usually found on 36 month contracts – three years instead of the usual two.
  • Apart from bonus data and Qantas FF points, Vodafone can be a bit light on bonuses like data-free music streaming, streaming partnerships and so on.

Vodafone has some of the cheapest iPhone plans out there with the proviso that you sign up for three years. 24 month plans are on par, and for those who don’t like contracts, paying more per month over 12 months may work out to be more ideal. In any case, there are many iPhone plans from Vodafone out there, it’s all a matter of choosing the one that’s right for you.

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