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Vodafone Endless Data BYO Plans $45/$55/$65pm for 12mths: Unlimited Calls/Text & Data (Capped at 1.5Mbps after 30GB/80GB/120GB)

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Was looking for a good NBN alternative mobile data plan and came across these very reasonable 'Endless Data' (capped at 1.5mbps) offerings from Vodafone. The showstopper is the 120GB full speed for $65/mth, a full 35% cheaper than this popular deal posted last year. 1.5mbps should be fine for web browsing and SD video in a 1-2 person household.

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  • +2 votes

    What’s this business with 75-100% cashback? That must be a mistake.

    • +3 votes

      "Cashback value is based on the percentage of one month's payment for plans…"

      So it's 75-100% of one month's cost.

  • +8 votes

    It's a decent offering if you need mobility / that on the go freedom. But if not, and its just in the home, then deals from Optus and their re-sellers for Mobile Broadband are much better. i.e. 200GB 4G for $65.

    That being said, every location is different. I primarily use vodafone myself and where i live due to apartment density and where the towers are my devices stupidly attach to a congested tower which for whatever reason seems to provide better in-building penetration, but at a crap speed, lucky to get 20mbps on a good day. Stick it out the window it connects to a different tower get minimum 60mbps. Was over at a relo's house recently using my same device and hit over 300mbps on Vodafone - almost spat my beer across the table in shock! Location, location, location.

  • +1 vote

    ovo $35 for 50gb

    no endless data

  • +2 votes

    Great deal, especially not having to worry about going over and having to pay $10 per extra gigabyte or something ridiculous like that.

    Note however, at 1.5mbps it would take just over an hour and a half to download 1 gigabyte.

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      Forget how far we’ve come sometimes. The idea it would take that long to download 1GB seems hilarious, but I still remember when I was a kid trying to download 15MB on a really poor dialup connection before the 4 hr time limit.

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    If you just want to use endless data, you'd better off Telstra.
    They are cheaper - just $15 for 5GB then slow down.

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    Aren't they JB BYO plans better with a gift card? Not to mention, Telstra.

  • +4 votes

    I get the shaping but I couldn't imagine being restricted to 1.5mbps in 2019. Isn't 3G good for a little over 3mbps? It's a shame they couldn't have used that for shaping.

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      or maybe buy two of $15 Telstra plan then you can multi-wan the two services together - now you get 3Mbps when you download or watch Youtube. lol

  • +2 votes

    Sorry to be that guy, but these aren’t on sale though? This is the normal price on their website and it’s pretty on-par with the competition’s standard prices too - maybe marginally better, but you’d expect as much if you went Voda over Optus/Telstra.

    1.5 Mbps isn’t as much as you think it is either. You’ll realistically get less - and good luck dividing that bandwidth up between 2 people, even with web browsing.

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    Not really a deal IMO but thanks for posting OP!

  • +4 votes

    I just buy the $4.90 Kogan Starter Sim which gives you 40GB to use within 30 days https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/kogan-mobile-prepaid-voucher-co...

    Once I run out, I just buy and activate a new one (I buy a few in advance)- it only takes a few mins to set up. Even though it's meant to be for "new customers", I just select the option that I'm a "new customer" and it seems to work just fine. I've activated about 15 or so of them and they haven't said anything yet lol.

    I don't need the speed but it seems pretty fast and runs on the Voda network :)

  • +1 vote

    isn't this the price on their website? doesn't seem to be a deal to me.$45 for 30GB is below average value.

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    Can i get feedback from anyone that took up the 80/120GB deals? Is Vodafone's coverage good?

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    How long is this deal expected to be available for?