Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) has announced its plans for the iPad, days within the iPad’s release in Australia, including offering an unlimited option for Vodafone customers.
Vodafone will customers a prepaid option, and will offer 250MB for $9.95, while 1GB and 4GB plans will cost you $14.95 and $29.95 respectively. There will also be an unlimited option for $49.95. All recharge options will expire within 30 days. There are also two other plans – $100 for 6GB and $150 for 12GB of data – that expire 180 days and 365 days respectively.
Sister brand 3 Australia will also offer pre-paid plans, with $15 getting you 500MB of data, with 1GB of bonus data; while $29 and $49 will get you 2GB and 4GB respectively plus 2GB of bonus data. These expire within 30 days. There will also be a 12GB option that will set you back $149, and that will also expire in 365 days like Vodafone’s plan.
Three will also offer, the first as I know, a plan-esque option, with you paying $15 or $29 a month for 1GB and 3GB of data respectively, and these will also include bonus data and a microSIM. For pre-paid users, you will also have the option to get a free microSIM, but you are paying for the postage and handling – a cost that is 50c.