Vodafone’s offering 25GB of prepaid data for just $20

Matt Sayer 8 June 2018 NEWS

New customers can enjoy bonus data with an extra-long 35-day expiry.

In the endless war for cheap prepaid mobile plans, Vodafone has proven itself willing to compete with even the most aggressively-priced budget telcos. While it might not hit the extremes of offering its plans for less than the cost of a cup of coffee, the network operator delivers an impressive amount of value for those who enjoy big data caps, long expiration periods and included international calls.

With Vodafone's latest promotion, it's taking this emphasis on value even further. From now until 4 July, you can sign up for its $40 Data Combo plan at half price. Pony up $20, and you'll score a hefty 25GB of mobile data plus unlimited standard talk and text, all with an extended 35-day expiry. Given the $40 plan normally includes just 9GB of data, this is a pretty impressive deal.

As an added bonus, you'll also receive that same 25GB of data for your next two recharges of $40 or more, provided you recharge before 30 November this year.

While this offer is aimed exclusively at new Vodafone customers, existing customers don't necessarily have to miss out. Ben McIntosh, Chief Commercial Officer at Vodafone, has advised that existing customers can call the telco to take advantage of their own bonus data offer. No word on what that is specifically, but it's certainly better than a kick in the mouth.

If you're interested in Vodafone's latest promotion, you can compare the $40 Data Combo plan in the table below:


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