Wednesday, 24 November 2021 11:37

Vodafone's stunning half-price Black Friday specials on 4G/5G Home Internet, plus up to $600 off top phones

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Vodafone recently announced a 4G Home Internet deal, and tripled its 5G coverage in Australia, and while the footprint is still smaller than that of Optus and Telstra, Vodafone's Black Friday deals show real confidence and ultra-competitive spirit.

Vodafone Australia is shaking up the market for this year’s Black Friday sales by offering customers huge discounts across its Postpaid and Prepaid mobile handsets and launching its most competitive Home Internet deals ever. 

Starting today (Wednesday 24 November) and running for only one week until November 30, Vodafone is halving the cost of its 4G Home Internet and 5G Home Internet plans for an entire year while also slashing the price of flagship mobile devices by up to $600 across leading brands like Samsung and Apple.

The Black Friday sales will also see reduced plan costs and generous bonus data across Vodafone’s most popular Postpaid SIM Only and handset plans, starting from just $40 per month with a massive 80GB data.

Kieren Cooney, Group Executive Consumer said: "Not only are these some of the most competitive discounts we have ever launched for our mobile handsets, but these Home Internet offers could be the most competitive that Australia has ever seen.

“We are doing this to celebrate the recent launch of our new 5G and 4G Home Internet plans that are a game changer for Australian consumers, providing a fast, reliable alternative to the NBN along with incredible value.

“The Vodafone network is now the strongest it has ever been, and we are excited about bringing these benefits to our customers so that they can experience it for themselves.”

So, what are the details for the "Half-price Home Internet" offer, and what are the very slightly higher prices if you aren't an existing Vodafone customer?

Well, as Vodafone states, there is incredible value on new Home Internet deals for eligible customers who sign up and stay connected to any Vodafone 5G or 4G Home Internet plan, saving 50% on the cost of their plan fees for the first 12 months, plus the first month of plan fees free.

Vodafone’s Black Friday offers for 4G and 5G Home internet are as follows:

4G Home Internet

  • Unlimited data at speeds up to 20Mbps
  • Existing customers pay $25/month for the first 12 months, then $50, when combined with a mobile phone plan
  • New customers: $30/month for the first 12 months

Premium 5G Home Internet

  • Unlimited data at speeds up to 100Mbps
  • Existing customers pay $35/month for the first 12 months, then $70, when combined with a mobile phone plan
  • New customers: $37.50/month for the first 12 months

Ultimate 5G Home Internet

  • Unlimited data at Max 5G Speed
  • Existing customers pay $40/month for the first 12 months then $80, when combined with a mobile phone plan
  • New customers: $42.50/month for the first 12 months

All plans come with first month free and Vodafone’s Customer Satisfaction Guarantee.

So, what are the Black Friday device discounts?

In huge savings for Postpaid mobile customers, the largest device discount in Vodafone’s Black Friday sale will see the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G and S21 Ultra 5G (all storage variants) reduced by $600 when customers stay connected to any Vodafone Infinite plan over 24 or 36 months.

This means Voda's customers can get the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G 128GB with 80GB data per month for just $58.02/month over 36 months on the Vodafone Infinite Lite+ plan (total min. cost $1272.17).

Postpaid device discounts for eligible customers signing up to a Vodafone Infinite plan over 24 or 36 months include:

  • Samsung Galaxy S21 5G (all storage variants): $600 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G (all storage variants): $600 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G (all storage variants): $500 off
  • iPhone 12 Pro (all storage variants): $400 off
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max (all storage variants): $400 off
  • Moto G50: $200 off

Vodafone notes its Infinite SIM Only month-to-month and Handset plans have also been slashed for Black Friday, with customers now eligible to receive a huge 80GB of monthly data for just $40 per month, 200GB of monthly data for just $50 per month, and 300GB of monthly data for $60 per month. The discount and bonus data lasts for as long as the customer stays connected to the plan.

There's also the promise of huge prepaid savings

Vodafone says it is also looking out for customers who want to save on outright device purchases, by slashing the price of the TCL 20R 5G by $60, making it one of the most affordable 5G smartphones in the Australian telco market at just $239.

Vodafone’s $150 long-expiry Prepaid starter pack will also be reduced by 50 per cent, meaning customers can receive 80GB across a six-month expiry period for just $75.

The Black Friday deals will see the outright price of the below Prepaid devices reduced by the following:

  • TCL 20R 5G: $60 off
  • Oppo A16s: $70 off
  • Motorola moto e7 and moto e7 power: $50 off
  • Nokia C01 Plus: $35 off
  • Alcatel 1S: $35 off

More information on Vodafone’s Black Friday Deals for 2021 is here


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