iPhone 13 Mini with 15 GB Vodafone tariff effectively free of charge on Black Friday

Obviously anything is possible on Black Friday, because such an offer has not existed for a long time. At Otelo you can currently get the iPhone 13 Mini with a 15 GB contract in the Vodafone network cheaper than buying it individually. We did the math and revealed why the deal is worth it.

iPhone 13 Mini with 15 GB tariff in the Vodafone network extremely cheap

Android smartphones are sometimes cheaper to get with a contract than if they were purchased individually. These are always really good deals, because regardless of whether you need the tariff or hide it in a drawer – in the end you got the cell phone cheaper and paid it off conveniently in installments. Unfortunately, there are never such offers with Apple devices – or are they? In the Black Friday week, the Vodafone brand Otelo also has its donation pants, because you can currently do that iPhone 13 Mini with all-network and SMS flat-rate as well 15 GB Secure LTE data volume for around 30 euros a month. As the invoice below shows, you not only get the compact Apple smartphone effectively for free, but you also make a small profit. Oh yes, there is a 50 euro credit in the Otelo app on top of that, after all, it’s Black Friday.

Overview of tariff details

  • Tarif: Otelo Allnet-Flat Classic
  • Network: Vodafone
  • 15 GB LTE (up to 21.6 Mbit / s)
  • Allnet and SMS flat rate
  • 24 months minimum term, 3 months notice
  • 50 euros starting credit in the Otelo app

You can find out more about the iPhone 13 Mini in our comparison of the new Apple smartphones and this one Video:

The following costs await you

  • Basic fee: 24 × 29.99 euros per month
  • One-time additional payment for the iPhone 13 Mini (128 GB): 1 euro
  • Connection price: 9.99 euros
  • Shipping costs: free
    = 730.75 euros total cost after 24 months

iPhone 13 Mini in the Vodafone tariff bundle: That’s why the offer is so good

According to Idealo.de, the iPhone 13 Mini (128 GB) currently costs at least 750 euros and is therefore more expensive than Otelo with a Vodafone contract. Actually, the offer is already a no-brainer, but there is also the 50 euro starting credit on top of that. Sure, the download speed with a maximum of 21.6 Mbit could be a bit higher and recently O2 relegated Vodafone to 3rd place in the network test. But as I said, you don’t have to use the SIM card if you don’t want to. Most of the time, however, the tariff should be sufficient.

The bill with the low price only works if you cancel at the end of the minimum contract period. If you should forget that, however, the contract is not extended for another year, but can be canceled on a monthly basis.