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iPhone 12 64GB for $72.47/mo for 36 Months on Lite Plan with 50GB Max Speed Data, Unlim. 2Mpbs Shaped Data @ Vodafone

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As we all know, Apple company has launched their new iPhone 12 & iPhone 12 Pro recently. And we found that purchase via Vodafone, we can get iPhone 12 for $72.47/Mth with their Lite Plan, and also this plan includes 30GB Max Speed data.

(Minimum cost $1383.92)

If we purchase via a Australia cashback site: https://au.gocashback.com/, we can also receive cashback. If you are interested in this, you can take a check out!

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  • +6 votes

    If we purchase via a Australia cashback site: https://au.gocashback.com/, we can also receive cashback.

    Who is we ?

    • +4 votes

      We is we, You is we, He is we and We are we

      • +1 vote

        You forgot Me.

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        I'm offended by your statement. I'm a non binary pronoun.

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      Who is we ?

      The Illuminati…

    • -6 votes

      Thanks for you reply.
      GoCashBack Au is an Australia cashback site, so every user shop via it will be able to receive cashback.
      If you still have any further more questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
      Here is our mail address: [email protected]. You can feel free to contact us any time. Thank you.

    • -1 vote

      English is not their first language… go easy on them.

  • +5 votes

    Apple company

    Like father China and mother England.

  • +2 votes

    what does 100% cash back translate to in real dollars?

  • +4 votes

    How does 125% cashback work?
    Seems dodgy af….

    Also where is the bargain?
    "Total min. cost $1383.92" Which is the device and 1 month's service, plenty of places to get the outright phone cheaper than this.

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    I dont get it. How much cashback do you get to make this worth it? Seems like it'll cost $2608 for 36months and you only get 50gb of full speed data for that whole time?

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    You’re site states 100% cash back on phone 36m…

    So if someone takes this out you give $1349 cash back? How, why, and I don’t believe you.

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      These mobile plan cash backs are usually on one month plan payment (i.e. 125% of $35).

  • +4 votes

    Stay away from Go Cashback
    I made a mistake to register with them and there is no where to unsubscribe their newsletter even I clicked on Unsubscribe link in their emails several times.

  • +2 votes

    Contract is too short, need 48 months.

  • -2 votes

    What would be a deal is if you apply for MoneyMe’s Freestyle card for $2000 ($0 annual fee), purchase the phone outright, get $250 back to your card (for purchases over $1000) then pay off the balance and close it out.

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/567440

    I bought the 12 Pro 128GB this way - ends up being like $1449. Very quick approval and cash back.
    Although I’m still waiting for my case cos Aus Post is currently sucking.

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      Says annual fee $149. How did u get 0$??

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        Annual fee is based on your credit rating. So they must of had excellent credit rating to get $0 annual fee.

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        It’s based on how much you apply for. $6000 is $149 $4000 is $49 and below that is $0. Have a chat to them and confirm.

  • +4 votes

    36 month is a joke. Stay away from Vodafone.

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      Vodafone is a curse, good luck getting reception in most coastal area.

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      Vodafone might have started the 36 month option, but Optus do them by default now too. You are right that it's a joke though. 2 years was too long for a phone plan…

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    Vodafone … not a fan !

  • +2 votes

    Basically you buy the phone from Vodafone at RRP, and connect to their $35/month plan on a 36 months contract. If you don't mind Vodafone, you'd be better off buying the phone cheaper elsewhere (e.g. JB Hifi 5% discount gift cards would save you $67.45), then connect to their SIM only $35/month plan (same plan), only 12 months contract. CR and SB cash back is 65% for SIM only Vodafone plans.
    The diff with GoCashback is %125-65% = 60% (of $35) = $21, not worth paying RRP for a phone and tied for 36 months.

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    Usually, the mods are better at picking up the ambiguity in these times of deals. It's difficult to see, from this post, what the deal is.

  • +2 votes

    36 months is too short. Six years Min

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    As others have said, no clear discount.