Vodafone iPhone X plans and pricing compared January 2019

Vodafone lets you pay your iPhone X off over 12, 24 or 36 months.

Vodafone's iPhone X pricing, stands apart from the other telcos offering the flagship Apple handset in that Vodafone doesn't bundle the handset in with a mobile plan contract. Instead, it offers interest-free repayments on the outright purchase of the phone over a 12, 24 or 36-month period, with a month-to-month SIM plan added to the monthly cost.

That means you're free to leave at any time, just paying out the remainder of your handset costs. It also means that Vodafone could be a good match for a low-cost outright handset if you're happy to pay for a single month's entry-level plan pricing, although the flip side of that is that you don't see quite the same level of subsidies as you would with a traditional plan.

Should you buy the iPhone X?

Customers who opt for plans $60 and above on 24 or 36-month contracts will receive a direct cut in their handset repayment prices, with a $2/month cut on 24-month terms and a $1.50/month cut on 36-month terms.

Vodafone's mobile plans typically come with large monthly data allowances, with the ability to choose between plans that offer extra data or Qantas Frequent Flyer points as a bonus for signing up.

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Alex Kidman

Alex Kidman is a multi-award-winning consumer technology journalist and the Tech & Telco Editor at finder.com.au. He's been writing about consumer technology topics for more than two decades, and enjoys breaking down complex topics into their component parts. He has written for just about every major Australian technology publication, and is a former editor of Gizmodo Australia, PC Mag Australia, and CNET.com.au.

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