Vodacom Smart More Data contracts – the details

Vodacom is promoting a range of contracts aimed at smartphone users who consume a lot of data.

By - February 9, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Vodacom is promoting its set of smartphone contracts dubbed “Smart More Data”.

Available as both a top-up (uChoose) and post-paid contract, these new packages include a large amount of data, a small allocation of voice minutes, and no SMS messages.

Smart More Data packages come with 2GB, 4GB, or 6GB data allocations, and 50 or 75 bundled voice minutes.

Vodacom Smart More Data contract packages

Vodacom Smart More Data contracts SIM-only Price Data Minutes SMS
Smart More Data 2GB R259 2GB 50 0
Smart More Data 4GB R409 4GB 50 0
Smart More Data 6GB R529 6GB 75 0
uChoose More Data 2GB R279 2GB 50 0
uChoose More Data 4GB R429 4GB 50 0
uChoose More Data 6GB R549 6GB 75 0

Vodacom Smart More Data contract out-of-bundle tariffs

The table below shows the various out-of-bundle rates charged on Vodacom’s Smart More Data contracts.

It should be noted that although the uChoose top-up packages afford subscribers greater control over their spend, voice calls are billed 10 cents more per minute.

Vodacom Smart More Data OOB rates Post-paid price uChoose price
Voice R1.75/min R1.85/min
Data R1.00/MB R1.00/MB
SMS R0.50/msg R0.50/msg

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