+ Wednesday July 17th, 2019

Starting tomorrow, small business’, policy makers and leaders will gather at Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf, Sydney for the Council of Small Business of Australia’s National Small Business Summit – an event sponsored by Vodafone – which will take ‘a closer look at the issues holding back Australian small businesses and the opportunities which could help them prosper’. As a precursor to that event, Vodafone has announced new savings for Ready Business customers using their Red Business Grow plans.

The savings are pretty good with options for both existing and new Vodafone customers who join their Ready Business plans, to save between 25% and 50% depending on how many connections they maintain.

Customers who become a Ready Business for 24 months with the $70 Red Business Grow plan or above with between five and nine connections will save 25% on access fees for up to 24 months, while Ready Businesses on those plans with at least ten connections will save 50% on access fees for up to 24 months if they connect or upgrade before 30 September 2015.

Vodafone’s Executive General Manager Enterprise Business Unit, Stuart Kelly, said

We know that small business is the lifeblood of this economy and we want to help these businesses continue to grow by offering them even better value.

A Ready Business has the power to thrive today and prepare for tomorrow and our Ready Business plans have been designed to support small businesses both today and in the future. This means you can expect enhanced coverage, fast 4G speeds and great value that travels with you.

We realise that small businesses employ almost half^ of the Australians working in the private sector so it’s important that these businesses and their employees are mobilised and getting the best possible value for their money.

Vodafone tops this off by offering a 30-day guarantee on their network for customers wanting to try out their service. For more information, talk to your local Vodafone store or give them a call.

Daniel Tyson  


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