What is Vodafone thinking?
Not only because $250 per gigabyte is an absurd amount of money when you can go as low as $1 per gigabyte on fixed plans with the top ISP in the country. Even taking in consideration that this is mobile data, Vodafone really got their heads in the clouds.
According to some calculations, if you buy the cheapest iPhone 3G and add the lowest allowance data plan (250 BM) we are still talking about $2,469.00 over two years. And if you decide that you will use 1 GB then your total price jumps to $6,349.00. Unbelievable.
Vodafone announced yesterday prices would be up on their website 10am today. At 10am their website crashed under the volume of visitors - and even Geekzone got a bit slow withthe number of visitors, and mainly with the number of new comments on this Vodafone iPhone plans being posted.
I am yet to see a happy comment...
UPDATE: Someone is happy and contacted me to make his thoughts known - a bit rude I have to say, but here we go. He thinks this is a great deal... A You Choose 600 plan ($224.95) plus mobile broadband 1 GB plan ($49.95) plus 600 SMS ($12.9). All this for $250 instead of $287.85... So he sees it as a great deal.
I see it as Vodafone not giving their customers options. Why shall customer A get a Choose 600 plan if 600 voice minutes a month is to much? Why not allow mix of voice and data plans? Your money, your choices.
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