Vodafone's prepaid offerings have focused on cap-based calling. Its new Simplify plans reverse that trend, with basic flat-rate charges for calling.
Simplify, which goes on sale from today, charges 15 cents a minute plus a 15 cent flagfall for national calls, which is considerably cheaper than its prepaid cap rates. Charging is in 60 second chunks, so even a brief call will cost you 30 cents. The plan accepts $30 and $50 top-ups. Texts cost 15 cents each (including international texts), and there's a 30 cents per minute international rate to a list of 20 countries.
Fancy the sound of that deal, or prefer to stick with a prepaid cap? Tell us in the comments.