Because we’re saying goodbye to 3, your 3 services will no longer be available and your existing SIMs will no longer work after 30 August. So if you haven’t already, you’ll need to move your services from 3 as soon as possible. Don’t worry, staying connected is easy – your Business is already using the Vodafone network, so if you want to move to Vodafone you just need to grab new Vodafone SIMs and plans.
Our plans are versatile enough to suit all business types. Call us to discuss the best solution for you.
Vodafone is the world’s largest global network, and we’ve got roaming agreements with over 240 networks in 120 countries. We leverage our global presence to bring you great international roaming rates around the world.
So you know, your @three email address will become inactive when you leave 3. We’d suggest saving any attachments and forwarding any emails you’d like to keep to another address. If you need a new email account there’s plenty of great email hosts available such as Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo.
And if you’re wondering about information stored on your phone or SIM such as TXTs, photos and contacts, they’ll still be on your phone or SIM so you can access them no matter where you decide to move.
If you’ve still got questions about moving to Vodafone, there’s a good chance we’ve already answered it in our FAQs.
Terms and conditions:
*Vodafone Network Guarantee. The nitty gritty: These terms and conditions are only for personal accounts and business accounts with up to five connections. There’s different T&Cs and eligibility criteria for business accounts with more than five connections – call 135888 for details. The Network Guarantee may not last forever, so get in and try us while it does. It’s available to you if you’re approved for a postpaid plan only, and it doesn't count for separate Mobile Payment Plans and rate plan changes. To make a claim, you need to call our Customer Care team on 1300551198 within 30 days of the start of your contract. Then you'll need to return your new device(s), with all its original packaging and equipment, to a Vodafone retail store (not Dealer) within 10 business days of making the claim. You have to be sure that the device is undamaged and as it was when you took it out of the box. Oh, and you’ll also need your proof of purchase (receipt). The minimum monthly spend – which is made up of the monthly access fee for the plan and any applicable device fees – and any insurance will be adjusted based on the date the cancellation is finalised. It is considered finalised on the date you return everything, in original condition, to a Vodafone store, unless you are transferring your number to another carrier – in that case it will be finalised once everything’s returned and your number has been successfully transferred. If you've used the phone a lot and racked up excess usage charges, or charges for things like calls to premium numbers that aren’t included in your plan, you’ll also need to pay these. Under this guarantee, we can’t actually refund you for any accessories. If you decide you want to keep your device(s), then we'll obviously need you to pay for it – you’ll see this on your final bill. If you purchased a modem outright on a month-to-month mobile broadband plan, we’ll refund the cost of it when you return it in its original condition. If you’re adding a new service to your current Vodafone or 3 account, the Network Guarantee only applies to the new service and not to existing services on the account – unless, of course, they are less than 30 days young themselves and also eligible. If there are any credits on your account that have been given to you by Vodafone, they won't be refunded, exchanged or redeemable for cash when your claim. The Network Guarantee applies to a maximum of one mobile and one mobile broadband claim per person per year, but it doesn’t affect any other rights or remedies you may have under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth).