Straight after Telstra and Optus announced their iPhone 4 pricing and plan details, the merged Vodafone and 3 brands, Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA), has followed suit and announced it will launch the iPhone 4 in Australia on July 30.
Vodafone iPhone plans range from $29 to $99 per month over 24 months and offer free calls to other mobiles on the Vodafone and 3 networks, from 50MB to 2GB of data and 1GB of “bonus data”.
The cheapest plan with a free iPhone 4 16GB is Vodafone’s $69 cap.
Vodafone Hutchison Australia marketing director John Casey said customers will have access to features and innovative apps helping them get the most out of their iPhone 4 at a price point to suit their needs.
VHA’s 3 brand has three plans while the Vodafone brand has five plans. All contracts include the option of a iPhone 3GS 8GB.
For more information see Vodafone’s iPhone 4 pricing page.
This week the three mobile carriers all announced their iPhone 4 pricing and plans, see:
- Telstra reveals iPhone 4 pricing
- Vodafone, 3 show off iPhone 4 pricing
- Optus launches iPhone 4 plan details