Paying your bill

Online with a credit/debit card

If you want to pay with a Visa, MasterCard, AMEX or Diners Club card, click the button to make a payment now.

Pay bill now

If you’re paying a closed account, you’ll need to use your account number as the payment reference.

Direct debit

If you’d prefer that your payment automatically comes out of your bank account or credit card each month, you can set up a direct debit through My Vodafone.

Manage direct debit

Check out our direct debit support page if you need help.


Use our biller code 52225 and your nine digit account number.

If you need help finding your account number, check out our support page.

Other ways you can pay

Over the phone with a credit/debit card

Call 1511 free of charge from your Vodafone mobile or 1300 650 145 from another phone and follow the prompts to complete your payment.

If you’re calling from overseas, you can dial +61 426 320 000 instead.

NOTE: If you're calling from a Vodafone prepaid number to pay your monthly account, you'll find it difficult to make a payment. Online will be much easier for you.

Australia Post

Take your paper bill in to a post office to pay in person. There’s a charge of $1.97 plus GST for processing, which will appear on your next bill.

Cheque or money order

Include the payment slip from your paper bill with your cheque or money order and post to:

Vodafone Pty. Ltd.
GPO Box 2699
Sydney, NSW, 1158


Questions and answers

How long does it take for payment to reach my account?

It’ll depend on the payment method you’ve used. Check out ‘payment processing times’ for details.

How do I avoid payment processing fees?

The best way to avoid these fees is to pay via direct debit from your bank account, or BPAY.

You’ll be charged a payment processing fee for payments with a credit/debit card or via Australia Post.

What credit/debit cards do you accept?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners Club cards.

How do I pay a closed account online with a credit card?

Visit the online payment page and use your 9 digit customer account number as the payment reference.

Note: Your mobile number won't work as the payment reference once your account is closed.

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