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Vodafone $250 Pre-Paid Starter Pack for $150 + Delivery ($0 in-Store/ C&C/ Metro Areas) @ Officeworks


This Vodafone $250 Prepaid Starter Pack is a quick and convenient way of connecting with the Vodafone network. The SIM is 4G capable for connecting to a wireless cellular network and comes with 200 GB of data for you to get started with.

You can use this pack to connect to the Vodafone network.
A micro, mini and nano SIM are included so you can pick the one that suits your phone.
The SIM supports 4G connectivity.
With this pack, you'll be entering into a pre-paid plan.
This pack comes with a total of 200 GB data (150GB + 50GB Bonus Data).
It comes with $5 off with every automatic recharge.
It comes with unlimited standard national calls and texts as well as 50 international standard texts.
The data is valid for 365 days from activation.

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  • +1

    This doesn’t have Wifi calling though.

    • +1

      VoLTE is included though - unlike Kogan and other VF MVNOs

    • 100% left vodafone for boost due to that.

      Don't understand how phone companies don't see they are losing customers over silly decisions such as this, its being 'coming soon' to prepaid on VF website for years.

      • Yeah, it’s really weird when other 2 big Telcos have them on prepaid.

  • Can I use this with my new Samsung Galaxy 4 Watch? ie e-SIM.

  • +1

    The only issue I see, is that you’d become a Vodafone customer.

    • -1

      i'll take that over being a helstra customer

  • no wifi calling stay away

  • Keen to better understand why if this is unlimited calls/minutes, what does wifi calling provide? A view a better call clarity in certain locations where connected by wifi versus relying on 4g network signal strength? Or is it somethign else? Thanks in advance.

    • Same here, keen to know.

    • +2

      It’s a simple concept that allows you to make phone calls using a fixed broadband connection rather than your mobile phone network. For regional and rural Australians, or those struggling in dead-zones this can mean the difference between being able to actually use your phone, or not.

      The feature came to iPhone in the iOS 8 update back in 2014, and at that point Aussie telcos weren’t quite ready to jump on board. Now however, Vodafone, Optus and Telstra all offer WiFi calling in some way, shape or form. Currently Optus is the only provider allowing MVNO access to WiFi and VoLTE calling.

      WiFi calling vs. VoLTE
      VoLTE and WiFi calling tend to get bundled together in the same category but they’re not interchangeable. VoLTE stands for Voice Over LTE (Long-Term Evolution). LTE is another name for 4G. Where WiFi calling utilises a broadband connection, VoLTE uses 4G to make phone calls.

      A little known fact is that mobile phones can’t natively make calls on a 4G network, so without VoLTE you’ll always drop back down to 3G to make a call, even if you’re in range of a 4G tower. By having this enabled you’re able to bypass the congestion on 3G networks and use 4G where available in order to make smoother and clearer calls.

      If however, you don’t have access to a 4G network VoLTE is entirely useless. It won’t save you from a coverage black hole. This is where WiFi calling steps in, allowing you to make phone calls through your internet connection.

  • Thanks OP.
    Had to go through a few hoops before getting C&C to work through their website though!

  • Cross checking this with the Vodafone prepaid website and this seems like one of the cheapest no-contract ways to get 5G?

    • 5G is available but I am not sure on whether it is the cheapest or not.

    • +1

      Cheapest as other plans require you to pay around 50 or more per month.

      • Optus will let you get on 5G on the $7.50/month 5GB data plan.

        • +1

          ah yeah, but data only.

  • Does anyone know how long you have to activate it after purchasing?

    • I have the same question, somebody please answer.

    • 1 year from the date of purchase.

      • Where did you get that from? Does it say on the packet?

  • Is shows $200 on the website.

  • Is the deal expired? It shows $200 on the website now