Compare Lebara mobile broadband plans

Lebara has been in Australia since 2009, and though Vodafone bought the Lebara brand in 2016, it continues to operate as a separate entity offering affordable prepaid services.

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Is Lebara right for me?

  • What does Lebara offer? Lebara offers prepaid mobile broadband plans over the Vodafone 3G and 4G networks. These complement Lebara's regular mobile plans, which are also powered by the Vodafone mobile network.
  • Product highlights: Lebara offers affordable prices and data rollover up to 200GB.
  • Watch out for: If you don't recharge before your current plan expires, any data you've banked using data banking will be gone for good, so you may want to set yourself a reminder.

Lebara mobile broadband plans

Lebara's mobile broadband plans explained

Utilising the Vodafone 4G network (and 3G where 4G isn’t available), Lebara offers three mobile broadband plans designed to cater to the needs of mobile consumers. Plans are charged on a prepaid basis and operate on 30-day recharge cycles.

How does Lebara compare?

  • Competitive pricing at all data tiers
  • 200GB data banking provides plenty of potential long-term value
  • Limited range of data caps has less to offer heavy Internet users

When comparing mobile broadband providers, cost isn’t the only consideration; customers should also consider mobile network coverage in the places where they’re likely to use the service. For example, if you’re looking to find a service for home, but you don't have Vodafone 4G coverage at home, then any service provider (like Lebara) using Vodafone 4G might not be a great option.

Why should you consider Lebara?

As noted above, Lebara is one of the more affordable ways to get access to Vodafone’s 4G network for mobile broadband without committing to a long-term contract. In this regard, Lebara offers great value to customers who will stick with the service as well as a great way for customers to try out Vodafone’s 4G network and size it for their needs.

Unlike most fixed-line services, and indeed some other mobile broadband services, Lebara is definitely in the “no frills” category. As a prepaid customer, you are supplied with a SIM card and a data service, and that’s it. Customers can’t use the service to make calls or send SMS, and there’s no typical “value added” bonus like an email address or unmetered access.

However, this is to be expected with those services on the more affordable end of the spectrum – and for this, Lebara offers great value.

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