Get 15.5GB of mobile data for just $25 with Vodafone’s latest pre-paid offer

Matt Sayer 12 January 2018 NEWS

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Stay online all the time with this ripper data deal from Vodafone.

In our always-connected world, mobile data is becoming an increasingly important commodity. Staying online while you're out and about is crucial both for on-the-go employees and social media savants wanting to remain dialed in to the fast-paced landscape of online media.

Stocking up on sufficient GBs to fuel your mobile data needs isn't always cheap, especially if you enjoy streaming the odd Netflix show while on your commute. However, for the rest of the month, Vodafone is offering a killer deal on its pre-paid mobile plans perfect for those wanting to stay connected without forking out a small fortune for the privilege.

Until 31 January, Vodafone has slashed the price of its $50 pre-paid Combo plans in half, with both the Data Combo and Talk Combo plans on sale for just $25 to new customers. Data fiends who go for the Data Combo plan will enjoy 15.5GB of data, while chatterboxes who opt for the Talk Combo plan get 12GB of data plus 1090 minutes of international calls to select countries.

Both plans also come with unlimited national calls and texts and boast Vodafone's new 35-day expiries, getting you more value out of each recharge.

To take advantage of this impressive deal, or to compare it with other plans from Aussie telcos, just use our mobile plan comparison tool below:


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