Vodafone is offering up to $300 off the iPhone 12 and 12 Mini

Of course, there is a catch.

Angela Mason
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May 01, 2021
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Generally speaking, iPhone sales are few and far between. And when they do crop up, the discount is never really significant enough to get us excited. However, Vodafone's iPhone sale is a little different, offering $100 off the iPhone 12 and 12 Mini (including the newly-announced purple colour), with a further $200 credit when you trade in an eligible device before June 26.

There is, however, a small catch. To qualify for the $100 discount, you will need to stay connected to an eligible plan for 36 months. When combined with Vodafone's Lite plan, it actually becomes the cheapest iPhone 12 handset plan currently available in Australia. If the 50GB per month Lite plan isn't for you, there are four more to choose from, each offering 5G access and infinite speed-capped data after you've exhausted your full-speed data.

The discount applies to all storage variants of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini, with the cheapest option being the iPhone 12 Mini (64GB) with 50GB of data for $50 per month for under $66 per month over 36 months (min. cost $1,133.72). If you trade in an eligible device, that price can come down to just $50 per month (min. cost $1,118.45). To see if your old phone is eligible, head over to Vodafone's trade-in hub.

If you're not planning on trading in a device, you can still score the $100 discount on any iPhone 12 or 12 Mini. Check out each storage variant and monthly cost below.

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