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Vodafone Red 20GB mobile plan: Everything you need to know

Don't think 10GB is enough? Vodafone is adding to its Red plans range.

8 September 2015: Right now, Vodafone's biggest data allowance on a consumer contract plan is 10GB, which is available on the $100 Red Plan. From tomorrow (Wednesday 9 September 2015), Vodafone will add a new $130 plan which offers 15GB of data. If you sign up before 3 November 2015, that will be upgraded to 20GB.

As with other Red plans, you'll also score free international calls to 10 countries, plus a 12-month subscription to either Stan, Spotify or Fairfax news sites.

Here's the current full range of Red plans and what they'll cost you over a 24-month contract:

CostDataAU callsAU textsTotal cost

Last month, Vodafone revamped its plans so that they all included unlimited calls and texts to Australian numbers. We suspect the latest revamp is being launched in time for the expected announcement of the iPhone 6s later this week.

Angus Kidman

Angus is the editor-in-chief at Finder and our resident frequent flyer and points guru. He's been writing about technology, finance, travel and other topics for almost 25 years, and appears regularly on TV and radio helping explain how it all works. His previous jobs include editor for Lifehacker Australia and editor-in-chief for Australian Personal Computer, and he's written for dozens of sites including the Sydney Morning Herald, Gizmodo, ZDNet, the Australian, the AFR, Kotaku, The Amstrad User and Cabling Installation & Maintenance.

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