Vodafone reveals iPhone XS Max plans

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If you’re dying to take home the iPhone XS Max, but want a monthly plan price that won’t destroy your budget, Vodafone might be your perfect match. The telco has kicked-off orders for the new flagship device and is offering a selection of tailored mobile plans and payment options.

Buy your iPhone XS Max with Vodafone and you can spread your repayments out over either 12, 24, or 36 months. The longer the payment term, the lower your monthly handset payment, but all three options will see you pay the same total for your iPhone in the end. These options are available with all three iPhone sizes, and you can combine your payments with any of the below Vodafone monthly plans.

Plans begin at $40 per month for unlimited talk and text, plus 10GB of monthly full speed data and unlimited slower data (capped at 1.5Mbps). These plans are designed to avoid overage fees.

Vodafone plans also throw in extras such as international calls and texts, and discounts on plan fees for new or bundling customers. Offers will vary between plans, and you can also add the use of your plan overseas with $5 or $10 per-day roaming.

NOTE: Vodafone no longer has stock of any of the iPhone XS Max devices. 

Vodafone Phone Plans

The following table shows a all published Vodafone SIM-only postpaid plans on Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of cost, from the lowest to highest. Use our comparison tool to see plans from a range of other providers. This is a selection of products with links to a referral partner.

Vodafone iPhone Plans – in summary

Plan Price Inclusions
$40 Red Plus Plan $40 Unlimited standard national calls and texts, 10GB max speed data/ unlimited 1.5Mbps data
$50 Red Plus Plan $50 Unlimited standard national calls and texts, 60GB max speed data/ unlimited 1.5Mbps data
$60 Red Plus Plan $60 Unlimited standard national calls and texts, 100GB max speed data/ unlimited 1.5Mbps data
$80 Red Plus Plan $80 Unlimited standard national calls and texts, 150GB max speed data/ unlimited 1.5Mbps data

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