Vodafone goes prepaid with mobile broadband

May 5, 2009 11:57 AM
Filed under Mobility

Vodafone has launched a prepaid version of its mobile broadband service that enables users to roll up to 5GB of data into the next month if they recharge within 30 days.

The carrier announced the prepaid product with a $149 launch offer, which includes the USB modem and 2GB of data.

After June, the data allowance that comes with the starter pack will drop back to 500MB.

Recharges start at $19 for 500MB. Options for 1GB ($29) and 3GB ($49) are also available.

Users who recharge online with a credit card get 10 per cent more data, the carrier said.

 
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