Optus’ reign of the Samsung Galaxy S II is now over now that Vodafone have just announced via Twitter that their stores are now stocking the Galaxy S II. You can snap up a Galaxy S II on Vodafone’s $45 infinite cap with $10/mo repayments or $0 upfront on any Infinite cap above $45. We highly recommend the Galaxy S II, no matter which carrier you choose, actually I prefer outright so I don’t deal with carriers. You should certainly check out our Galaxy S II review though.

Source: @Vodafone_AU.
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Michael
Michael
9 years ago

I received my Galaxy S II from Vodafone on Friday.  Nice phone.  Does anyone know how to set it up so that you can send and receive MMS messages?  I had Vodafone “support” send me through a configuration file that sets up an APN for “VF PXT”, but it still doesn’t work after that.  Anyone got any tips (other than “don’t use Vodafone”)…

esper
esper
9 years ago

Yeah, I’ll probably go Vodafone. Unlimited calling, txting and social networking for $65 is really appealing. And their network’s getting better since the’ve established the 850Mhz (Same as Telstra Next G) frequency on their network.

Anonymous
Anonymous
9 years ago

Pretty amazing our carriers all got them before the US one’s.

Matt McLeod
Reply to  Anonymous
9 years ago

Our carriers aren’t insisting on modifying the hardware and rebranding the packaging…

Ben
Ben
9 years ago

I wonder what sort of bloatware will be on the Vodafone version of the Samsung Galaxy S II. The Optus version has a bunch of useless, battery-draining applications preloaded so hopefully Vodafone handles it better. I’ll probably pop in to a Vodafone store to see what it’s like on their handset (unless anyone here knows that is).

Nathsgames
Nathsgames
9 years ago

Now if only Telstra would get their act together!

Ty Hancock
9 years ago

This would be significantly less annoying if they’d shipped the pre-orders PRIOR to releasing them in-store!

Matt McLeod
9 years ago

Just how dreadful is Voda these days?  I’ve been avoiding them for a while now, but it’s just about upgrade time and $65 for “all you can eat” is pretty appealing…

Raunak Prasad
Raunak Prasad
Reply to  Matt McLeod
9 years ago

They really aren’t that bad. I’ve been with them since about December last year and haven’t really had problems. Only rarely is there a lack of coverage but 95% it’s perfectly useable. Apparently they’re upgrading the network but you’ll have to confirm that one yourself. 

Flame
9 years ago

Seeing the pic of the phone… I had forgotten just how much I’d customised mine & removed so much TouchWiz stuff. Gawd I love Android.

Mystery
Mystery
Reply to  Flame
9 years ago

I love Go Launcher !!!!

Nathsgames
Nathsgames
Reply to  Mystery
9 years ago

Except for the bugs its ok