Is Vodafone Australia so stupid that they didn’t promote the most attractive part of their iPhone plans? Mark Pesce went a-hunting today and found that on the business plans, yes, the “included data” is a small 250MB or 500MB or whatever — but data usage after that point is billed at 12c/megabyte inside the monthly cap. He Twittered this news [1, 2, 3, 4] earlier today, but you should check the Terms & Conditions yourself before signing up. [Update: You should definitely read the follow-up post before proceeding.]
[Update 19 December 2012: The link to Vodafone’s July 2008 iPhone plans has been edited to point to the Internet Archive’s copy of the page. Why? There’s a reason for this.]
2 Replies to “Vodafone’s iPhone plans better?”
We will get a co-op alternative to the Australian telephone companies up and running if 10,000 people join: https://www.thepoint.com/campaigns/fauc
Please let everyone know! Hopefully an alternative will be more receptive to new technology and wonâ€™t charge as much as it does for the iPhoneâ€™s basic functions.
At the very least, itâ€™ll send pressure to Telstra, Optus, etc. to lower their prices.
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