New Zealand to be “painted red” by Vodafone’s latest smartphone plans

New smartphone plans include 1-4GB data, option for annual phone upgrade

At a press event today in Auckland, Vodafone New Zealand CEO Russell Stanners and consumer director Matt Williams unveiled the company’s latest range of mobile plans, dubbed “Vodafone Red”. New plans will include 1-4GB of data, and the option to upgrade your smartphone annually to a latest-model handset.

As with Vodafone’s previous mobile plans, Vodafone Red subscribers will be eligible for a $30/month discount on Vodafone Naked Broadband services, and $10/month discount on Vodafone Fixed Broadband services.

Plan details follow, as specified by Vodafone. Television advertising will commence this Sunday night, and the new plans will be available as of Monday morning (26 August).

Vodafone Red Personal plans

Red Essentials Red Red Super
Monthly Fee (incl. Smartphone, 24 month term) $99 $129 $169
Devices available at launch HTC One SV
Apple iPhone 4
Sony Xperia SP
Apple iPhone 5
HTC One
Samsung Galaxy S4
Fee for annual phone upgrade Not available $20 per month
Monthly Fee (BYO Smartphone, 12 month term) $79 $99 $129
Family package (monthly fee for additional customer on same plan) Not available $69 $99
Unlimited free calls and text messages To NZ only To NZ & Australia
4G data 1GB 2GB 4GB
4G tablet data (second SIM card) $10 for 500MB $10 for 500MB Includes 1GB

Vodafone Red Business Plans

Red Business Essentials Red Business Red Business Super
Monthly Fee ex. GST (incl. Smartphone) $95 $120 $150
Devices available at launch HTC One SV
Apple iPhone 4
Sony Xperia SP
Apple iPhone 5
HTC One
Samsung Galaxy S4
Fee for annual phone upgrade Not available $20 per month
Monthly Fee (BYO Smartphone) $80 $95 $120
Unlimited free calls and text messages To NZ only To NZ & Australia
4G data 1GB 2GB 4GB
4G tablet data (second SIM card) $10 for 500MB $10 for 500MB Includes 1GB

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