Vodafone and 3 double data downloads on contract caps

Macworld Australia Staff
30 August, 2010
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Sydney, 30 August 2010: To meet Australia’s insatiable appetite for mobile internet and entertainment, Vodafone and 3 have once again increased the amount of data included in their contract caps.

Vodafone and 3 deliver great value offers on the iPhone 4 and Android-powered Sony Ericsson X10 which are now available for $0 upfront on a new 59 Promo Cap on a 24-month contract. The 59 Promo Cap includes $650 worth of call value, 2GB of data, and Unlimited standard SMS and MMS. The 59 Promo Cap is available to new and existing customers who connect or upgrade to a new 24-month contract between 25 August and 25 November 2010.

There’s also more data in all postpaid Caps from $19 to $99 per month for new and upgrading customers, with at least double and up to four times the amount of data included on all Caps except the $99 Unlimited Cap for the same price.

“Vodafone and 3 customers now get a whole lot more for their money,” said John Casey, Director of Marketing at Vodafone Hutchison Australia. “Our customers’ affinity with mobile internet and social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter is growing day by day, so we’re meeting that demand by increasing the data in our caps.”

“iPhone 4 is very hot right now, and Android is the next big thing in mobile phones and the Android based Sony Ericsson X10 is a great device, so making both available for $0 upfront is something we know our customers will love,” said John Casey.

For full details, inclusions and terms and conditions, go to vodafone.com.au or three.com.au.

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