Vodafone iPhone plans

Grab the latest iPhone on a Vodafone plan and pay as little as $22 a month for your iPhone repayments.

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If you're looking for an affordable way to own an iPhone, Vodafone offers plans of up to 36 months, with iPhone repayments being as little as $22 a month.

Vodafone iPhone 12 plans

With the next generation of iPhone set to be released next week, Vodafone has stopped selling all its iPhone 12 plans.

If you're still keen to grab an iPhone 12, you can still give Telstra a shot.

Vodafone iPhone 11 plans

Only a year old, the iPhone 11 is still a good buy with a dual lens camera and 6.1-inch display. You can change what plans are shown based on your budget and data needs. We've separated the different iPhone 11 models into two tabs so you can easily see what's available.

Vodafone iPhone SE plans

The iPhone SE is a revamped, budget-friendly version of the iPhone 11, offering a smaller screen size and longer battery life at a lower price. You can choose between the 64GB and 128GB models using the tabs below, or you can filter the plans based on how much you want to spend and how much monthly data you need.

Vodafone iPhone XS plans

The iPhone XS is a little older in the Apple catalogue, but it has the option of a huge 6.5-inch screen and a still-decent processor chip. Unfortunately, you can no longer get the iPhone XS on a plan from Vodafone.

If you are interested in getting the iPhone XS on a plan, numobile, a mobile provider that runs on the Telstra network, offers refurbished iPhone XS phones on a plan. These phones go through multiple stages of testing to make sure everything still works and that they are of high quality.

Vodafone iPhone XR plans

The iPhone XR was Apple's best selling model in 2019, with a nice, solid aluminium frame and priced at a very budget-friendly $500 when new. It's sadly no longer available from Vodafone, though, and you can't get it refurbished, either, as far as we know.

Vodafone iPhone 7 plans

The iPhone 7 was released back in 2016, which is quite a long time ago in the smartphone world. Vodafone no longer sells this outdated model new with its plans. If you're still interested in getting it on a plan, numobile sells refurbished iPhone 7 32GB phones on plans that run on the Telstra network. Since these phones are second-hand, it also means the plans are much cheaper.

What do you get with a Vodafone iPhone plan?

No matter which contract period you pick from Vodafone – 12, 24 or 36 months – you'll pay the same price for your actual iPhone, it'll just be spread out over a smaller or larger number of repayments. This means that if you're looking for a smaller repayment each month, you should choose a longer contract period.

With its plans, Vodafone offers:

  • The only truly unlimited data mobile plan in Australia (its $85 plan)
  • Unlimited mobile data past your monthly data cap for free, but at a reduced download speed (2-25Mbps depending on your plan)
  • A discount on contract plans with certain phone models
  • Vodafone $5 roaming if you're going overseas
  • International call inclusions
  • Can I cancel my Vodafone iPhone contract?

    Cancelling your plan before the end of your contract means you'll have to pay out the remaining value of your phone. There's also an exit fee involved if you're on a 12 or 24-month contract. Vodafone will charge you 50% of the plan cost for the remaining amount of time you still have on your contract period.

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