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iPhone 8 Plus 64GB Vodafone Red Global 2 Yr Plan + 36GB Data for $80.2 ($74 for Students) with $31 Loyalty Discount on $60 Plan

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After deliberating the optus deal and trying unsuccessfully to get vodafone to price match I finally went for this deal and thought it was a good price.
Not sure what my ozbargain brothers think.

There is the global plan with slightly less data but with international
Minutes.i will focus on the global plan here.

$60 Red Global plan – Month to Month( 18 + 18 ) GB.
Additional Data, to use in Australia, is automatically added at $10/GB ($0.01/MB).
National calls and TXT
Standard national calls Unlimited
Standard TXT in Australia and to overseas Unlimited
Standard international minutes from Oz
To Selected Countries300
To Eligible Countries1000
Hot offers
Get a Loyalty Discount
Get a Loyalty Discount off your plan fees with this phone over your chosen phone repayment period. Save $744 over 24 months or $756 over 36 months. Find out more. T&C apply.
Get 2000 bonus int’l minutes
Get 2000 bonus international minutes from Australia to Eligible Countries every month. Offer ends 30/01/18. T&C apply.
*Get 18GB bonus data
*Get 18GB/mth bonus data for use in Oz when you sign up to this plan. Offer ends 30/01/18. T&C apply.
Get double Qantas Points
Get a total of 20,000 Qantas Points when you sign up to this plan online – that’s double the included 10,000 points. T&C apply.

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    How many years is this for?

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      based off this line.
      $756 over 36 months.
      i'm guessing 3yr

      edit: looks like 2yr if u click through..

      64gb model might be worth mentioning too

  • +5 votes

    Ewwww 36months

  • +1 vote

    I'm pretty sure you need to go 24 months to get the $31 loyalty discount

    But its a month to month contract - but the handset is split over 24 equal payments (with no extra fees/interest)

    You can pay the handset off at anytime and cancel the month to month sim only contract (though I believe you'd lose the $31 loyalty bonus off the plan so this would be silly)

    I did it - sold the handset straight away for $1000 and pay the equivalent of $39 a month for this awesome plan

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      So you took a net loss of 220ish on the phone to get a $39 plan? and 20k points?

      • +1 vote

        I was on a 24m sim only with Voda and could only upgrade without fee to a handset plan. So this was a great deal. Previously I was paying $46 for 22GB so I'm now paying less for more

        I haven't seen a sim only plan under $40 with as many inclusions as this anywhere else

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    Also Qantas points appears within a few days.

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    64Gb or 256Gb?

  • +2 votes

    NO DEAL, this is not a good price at all

    • -1 vote

      show me a better plan/handset for the money?

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        The S8/ iPhone 8 for $59/ month for 24 Months with 20GB data on Optus was a much better deal.

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          I agree. It was even better with HN 200$ EFPTOS card.

        • +4 votes

          a lesser phone with almost half the inclusions?

          I appreciate that not everyone needs 36gb - but if you do, and you want the iPhone 8 Plus - there's no better plan out there for the money

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          be nice if they had data sharing sims on the 36gb deal …. means you can have wireless internet at home without wearing down the phone battery if you don’t stream TV at home.

          was revently renting a holiday house with no internet so used a sim in a wifi dongle … worked a treat for the family.

      • +1 vote

        ip8+ 64GB (RRP $1229)

        V:$695.8 ($547 as student )for 2yrs service fee
        O:$388.8 for 2yrs service fee (24mths $64/mth with 20GB data)

        ip8+ 256GB (RRP $1479)

        V: ?
        O:$297 for 2yrs service fee (24mths $74/mth with 20GB data)

        So if you need that extra 16GB data and 850mins intl calls monthly then go for V, otherwise O still has the better deal.

        Dont whinge about the RRP, if you have the way to get cheaper price, then go for SIM only plan.

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          but hold on - your comparing the Voda plan with 36GB, 20k QF points and int'l calls with an Optus plan with 20GB and no QF points?

          Cheaper doesn't equal better (if it comes with less)

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          @digitalane: O got 150mins intl calls. As I said, if you really need that EXTRA 16GB DATA AND 850MINS INTL CALLS then go for V. 20K QF pts ≈ $120 MYER gc? Anyway, you still need to pay $307 more in 2yrs for these extra.

          More expensive doesnt even close to better (if it comes with cheaper)

        • -5 votes

          @stan-C:

          your logic is totally flawed. Its like saying a Volkswagen is better than a Porsche because its cheaper

          Plus if all you're doing with 20k QF points is getting a $120 Myer gift card - you've got a lot to learn!

        • +2 votes

          @digitalane: I dont even know what are you arguing about. I have listed all the statistic there and told others for someone need more data and intl calls to choose V. Yeah, you are right, I really need to learn a lot about QF pts at uni, but is there a course for that at uni?

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          @stan-C:

          I said show me a better plan for the money, and you showed me a cheaper plan.

          I'm glad you and many people use your Qantas points for toasters and gift cards - leaves more of the valuable rewards for the points graduates!

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          @digitalane:

          Just show me the money and flat beds with champagne cruising at 39,000 feet.

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          not everybody collect QF points , for some people the deal is purely tangible cash left in pocket.

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          @digitalane: Hope to see QF points Analyzer on seek soon. Too valuable.

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        This is what has been achieved in the past week:

        2yr service on the 20G plan:

        8+ 256G 74/m
        8+ 64G 64/m

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    Not as good as the Optus deal which was almost too good to be true (not sure if its already expired?). But it was for new customers only so I had to port to Voda & then port back to Optus

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    I wonder is the phone sim free so I can use it with any sim, as I travel to oversea alot?

    • +2 votes

      voda has great international roaming deals, it’s one of their selling points , that way you have your number if people want to call you and you can call people , and they know if you called you by the caller id.

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    You can get 40GB plan for same price.

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    Nice find OP for the ones who needs more data. For info I was able to get Vodafone match the Optus iPhone 8 Plus 64gb deal, 20gb data and 2200 international minutes all up for $64 in store at fountain gate Vodafone store. .

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      Similar to jack2015, I was able to get Vodafone to match, but with an iPhone 8 256GB, 20gb (share data as I have a second number on the same account), 2200 international minutes (2000 on 12 eligible countries, 200 on selected countries), 15000 Qantas points for $69 per months. The live chat did mention because I'm an existing customer he was able to offer this, you should try your luck with the live chat before heading to the store anyway just to see what they can do.

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    This Deal will end on the 8th while the more data on the 60$ plan will end on the 30 of jan. Were not sure what is after that

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    How do I claim the student discount?

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    Cashrewards - $45?

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    Optus had this phone for $64 a month on a 24 month plan… please hand in your ozbargain badge.

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    You can get the iPhone 8 64gb with 16gb of data from Virgin Mobile who uses the Optus network for $60. Was sold up to New Years but I snag the deal yesterday as they must have got a new shipment of phones. Also you earn velocity points. So it's a win win

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    They have extended the offer. You can still get the loyalty online and when I went into store they said it was running until the 8th, however I would check the website again as the guy in store said they keep extending it out.

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