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Black Friday offer - 30GB 4G Data Sim £20.00 / 50GB 4GB Data Sim £25 (30 day rolling contract) @ Vodafone

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Shed load of 4G data for a very good price! - scroll down past the 12 months offers and you'll see the 30 day bundles Want to use 4G data on the go with your tablet, data dongle or Mobile Wi-Fi ro… Read More
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Shed load of 4G data for a very good price! - scroll down past the 12 months offers and you'll see the 30 day bundles

Want to use 4G data on the go with your tablet, data dongle or Mobile Wi-Fi router? A data-only SIM lets you stay connected on the move – just pop it into your device and you're ready to go.

With our 4G Data SIMs, you can catch up with the news, watch films, check your emails and more – all while you're out and about.
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"Always On" data is NOT unlimited.

With GiffGaff, 3G/4G speeds are rubbish anyway, and after using the 6GB allowance at "full speed", your speeds are throttled massively. So much so that only browsing the web and sending emails is allowed. No videos, no streaming music. That my friend, is NOT unlimited data.

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1 Like #1
is vodafone any good abroad?
#2
jimmysilex
is vodafone any good abroad?

Expensive if you step outside their "included roaming" zone. Whilst you're within it, it's pretty reasonable. I was using 4G quite happily in Canada for a fiver a day.
#3
jimmysilex
is vodafone any good abroad?
Yes! Their 4G coverage is excellent! I have been several countries in the last six months in their 'Europe Zone' and I always received fast 4G. Not sure if this plan includes it however I get at no additional cost 4gb of roaming data in Europe. I have no idea outside of Europe though what they're like as I use local SIMs
1 Like #4
This looks a good deal for what you're offered but I wouldn't touch them with a barge pole

Was with them just over 2 years ago, shocking signal coverage and outright lied to by customer service when I rang up
#5
50p a GB mobile data on a 30 day sim for 50GB is a amazing! hot hot hot!
#6
I got their 20gb data deal for £20 couple months ago do you think they would up to 30gb free of charge
#7
Can get unlimited sim for £20 month, giffgaff
#8
DeanoLfc5
Can get unlimited sim for £20 month, giffgaff
giffgaff don't do unlimited.
#10
yes but after first 6GB speed is restricted ;)
6 Likes #11
"Always On" data is NOT unlimited.

With GiffGaff, 3G/4G speeds are rubbish anyway, and after using the 6GB allowance at "full speed", your speeds are throttled massively. So much so that only browsing the web and sending emails is allowed. No videos, no streaming music. That my friend, is NOT unlimited data.
#12
What's the Quidco on these?
1 Like #13
Please be aware this is data only, so they're only for non-3G devices. i.e. Don't order one for your phone.
2 Likes #14
baz9torres
Please be aware this is data only, so they're only for non-3G devices. i.e. Don't order one for your phone.


Cheers Sherlock
1 Like #15
Vodafoney are a lousy company.
1 Like #16
baz9torres
Please be aware this is data only, so they're only for non-3G devices. i.e. Don't order one for your phone.

It'll work in a 3G device fine.
#17
jimmysilex
is vodafone any good abroad?


Really good, used a Vodafone mifi box when I was in Egypt and was perfect. So yes outside of EU is decent also.
#18
nublets2k
baz9torres
Please be aware this is data only, so they're only for non-3G devices. i.e. Don't order one for your phone.
It'll work in a 3G device fine.
I meant it has no minutes or text messages.
#19
baz9torres
nublets2k
baz9torres
Please be aware this is data only, so they're only for non-3G devices. i.e. Don't order one for your phone.
It'll work in a 3G device fine.
I meant it has no minutes or text messages.

You are aware that there are plenty of 3G devices that don't require minutes or text messages?
#20

Yea, it is unlimited but it is restricted speed which is ten times worse than this deal.
#21
so I can put this in an old phone strictly to tether it to my PC?
#22
I'm currently dealing with Vodafone chat, to cancel my contract. I used to get full 4G outside my workplace, I now get no data signal, even at home, just a set of bars with an exclamation mark. It was spot on for the first 75% of my contract but is now unusable, considering I specifically took out a bundle with high data allowance. Originally there was some 'work' going on locally which was the cause of the poor signal when it first started, but that was months ago and there is no longer any sign of any 'work' taking place that would explain the fact I can't use any of my data allowance (my mobile data this month shows 0mb usage).

So I'm going to try someone else! Everyone else may have different experiences, but I fail to see how Vodafone's signal for the local area can go from full 4G to no internet whatsoever considering it's a town centre and there's phone masts approx 100m from me, mounted up on the water tower :)

This deal being a 'rolling 30 day' is good news, so that when they decide to bin your 4G service as well, you aren't stuck with a 24 month contract :D

EDIT : Looks like the cancellation dept are busy...

Info at 15:37, Nov 26:
Sorry for the delay, we are currently experiencing high volumes. Please hold for the next available advisor
Info at 15:39, Nov 26:
Sorry for the delay, we are currently experiencing high volumes. Please hold for the next available advisor
Info at 15:41, Nov 26:
Sorry for the delay, we are currently experiencing high volumes. Please hold for the next available advisor
Info at 15:43, Nov 26:
Sorry for the delay, we are currently experiencing high volumes. Please hold for the next available advisor
Info at 15:45, Nov 26:
Sorry for the delay, we are currently experiencing high volumes. Please hold for the next available advisor
Info at 15:47, Nov 26:
Sorry for the delay, we are currently experiencing high volumes. Please hold for the next available advisor
Info at 15:49, Nov 26:
Sorry for the delay, we are currently experiencing high volumes. Please hold for the next available advisor

[edit] Just managed to submit my 30 day notice, took about an hour start to finish as I had to talk to someone else first before she attempted to put me through to cancellations who then told me it was my phone's fault for being over 2 years old (It's a Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 handset that I'm pretty sure I bought new in the last 12 months or so) that I can't get 4G data. Cancellation date is Boxing Day so will see if I can get another deal between now and then :)

Edited By: chippytea on Nov 26, 2016 16:14: more info
#23
mlc2010
so I can put this in an old phone strictly to tether it to my PC?
Yes, but make sure you set a data limit because Vodafone will sting you with a charge of £6.50 for every 250MB you use above your allowance.
#24
preecey
mlc2010
so I can put this in an old phone strictly to tether it to my PC?
Yes, but make sure you set a data limit because Vodafone will sting you with a charge of £6.50 for every 250MB you use above your allowance.

jesus, thats horrendous
#25
Very clever of these companies to get rid of unlimited data packages so they can charge more and more. Not surprised to see Vodafone at the forefront of this trend. A company to avoid at all costs.
#26
herrbz
Very clever of these companies to get rid of unlimited data packages so they can charge more and more. Not surprised to see Vodafone at the forefront of this trend. A company to avoid at all costs.

to be honest, this is a good deal for people who tether or have slow internets

100gb mobile broadband with EE is £75, so £25 for 50gb is quite good
#27
I get between 1.3mb and 2mb fibre (yes fibre) at home because the cabinet I'm connected to is a few miles away, so it comes the rest of the way via copper wire and slows down to nearly unusable. I (and my neighbours) have been fighting with Sky/BT and Openreach (what a waste of a company!!!!) for months to get something done but nothing is happening because it needs a complete change in infrastructure.

EE have had my local mast down for over a year making that of no use so my EE wifi 4G devices were returned to them a year ago.

This is a great option to keep me going with some faster speed internet for my Android Box/Kodi, Sky movies, PC etc. Great find, thank you. Going to sign up now!
#28
FlyGuyUK
I get between 1.3mb and 2mb fibre (yes fibre) at home because the cabinet I'm connected to is a few miles away, so it comes the rest of the way via copper wire and slows down to nearly unusable. I (and my neighbours) have been fighting with Sky/BT and Openreach (what a waste of a company!!!!) for months to get something done but nothing is happening because it needs a complete change in infrastructure.
EE have had my local mast down for over a year making that of no use so my EE wifi 4G devices were returned to them a year ago.
This is a great option to keep me going with some faster speed internet for my Android Box/Kodi, Sky movies, PC etc. Great find, thank you. Going to sign up now!

I'm in the same boat mate, BT openreach wanted me to fund the cost of upgrading the cabinet myself to the tune of £18-25k LOL
#29
mlc2010
FlyGuyUK
I get between 1.3mb and 2mb fibre (yes fibre) at home because the cabinet I'm connected to is a few miles away, so it comes the rest of the way via copper wire and slows down to nearly unusable. I (and my neighbours) have been fighting with Sky/BT and Openreach (what a waste of a company!!!!) for months to get something done but nothing is happening because it needs a complete change in infrastructure.
EE have had my local mast down for over a year making that of no use so my EE wifi 4G devices were returned to them a year ago.
This is a great option to keep me going with some faster speed internet for my Android Box/Kodi, Sky movies, PC etc. Great find, thank you. Going to sign up now!
I'm in the same boat mate, BT openreach wanted me to fund the cost of upgrading the cabinet myself to the tune of £18-25k LOL

Jesus!!! Openreach need ripping to pieces like they keep talking about on the news. The sooner the better!!!!
#30
scallygally
Vodafoney are a lousy company.
That's just not true. I've found if you get transcripts for all online chats and record absolutely every other conversation you have with them and spend hours on hold listening to scratchy xmas tunes and then spend even longer in stores showing them proof of the transcripts because their complaints system can't apparently receive emails then they're almost as good as dealing with any other company.
1 Like #31
FlyGuyUK
I get between 1.3mb and 2mb fibre (yes fibre) at home because the cabinet I'm connected to is a few miles away, so it comes the rest of the way via copper wire and slows down to nearly unusable. I (and my neighbours) have been fighting with Sky/BT and Openreach (what a waste of a company!!!!) for months to get something done but nothing is happening because it needs a complete change in infrastructure.
EE have had my local mast down for over a year making that of no use so my EE wifi 4G devices were returned to them a year ago.
This is a great option to keep me going with some faster speed internet for my Android Box/Kodi, Sky movies, PC etc. Great find, thank you. Going to sign up now!
For the love of all that is holy, please keep an eye on your data usage if you're going to be using Kodi etc with these.

Remember the automatic £6.50 charge for every 250MB exceeded over your allowance!
#32
preecey
For the love of all that is holy, please keep an eye on your data usage if you're going to be using Kodi etc with these.
Remember the automatic £6.50 charge for every 250MB exceeded over your allowance![/quote]


I presume I can phone them up and ask them to automatically block it from going over once all data used up?


Edited By: FlyGuyUK on Nov 26, 2016 21:25
#33
50gb?? This is insanity. I love it.

It's like when ASDA kept pushing the fuel prices down and everyone else had to follow suit.

I think EE's 32GB for £14.50 caused some waves.
#34
If you have not used vodafone before I would recommend talking to people that do in your local area. I have used vodafone all over the south west for 6+ years now and the signal is so hit and miss. It may be fine where you are but worth checking. Mine is a work contract so it has its benefits on a Friday afternoon ;)
#35
jimmysilex
is vodafone any good abroad?

Used it in Munich, Copenhagen, Rome and Madrid this last year and been superb. God help it if you need customer service though, worst company I've ever dealt with.
#36
techniques
50gb?? This is insanity. I love it.
It's like when ASDA kept pushing the fuel prices down and everyone else had to follow suit.
I think EE's 32GB for £14.50 caused some waves.
In an ideal world I'd love to see 4G mobile broadband services becoming mainstream, with allowances like 50GB for £20, 100GB for £30 etc on a 30 day contract.

Not everyone likes contracts (myself included), which is why I ditched my landline and fixed line broadband a long time ago. I've been relying on a Three 30 day contract SIM with All You Can Eat data and 30GB of hotspot allowance for a long time now and haven't looked back at ADSL/VDSL services.

I feel 4G has matured enough now to provide a solid replacement to standard broadband offerings. Thankfully the prices are coming down.


Edited By: preecey on Nov 26, 2016 22:50
#37
baz9torres
Please be aware this is data only, so they're only for non-3G devices. i.e. Don't order one for your phone.
50GB on 2G hahaha - it also clearly states 4G so I doubt they block the lesser 3G network, that would be commercial suicide.
#38
preecey
techniques
50gb?? This is insanity. I love it.
It's like when ASDA kept pushing the fuel prices down and everyone else had to follow suit.
I think EE's 32GB for £14.50 caused some waves.
In an ideal world I'd love to see 4G mobile broadband services becoming mainstream, with allowances like 50GB for £20, 100GB for £30 etc on a 30 day contract.

Not everyone likes contracts (myself included), which is why I ditched my landline and fixed line broadband a long time ago. I've been relying on a Three 30 day contract SIM with All You Can Eat data and 30GB of hotspot allowance for a long time now and haven't looked back at ADSL/VDSL services.

I feel 4G has matured enough now to provide a solid replacement to standard broadband offerings. Thankfully the prices are coming down.



These are on the way, 5G wont be long and Sharon the new boss at Ofcom I doubt will allow the 2/3/4G licence holders a monopoly - she doesnt act like the incumbent she replaced.
#39
FlyGuyUK
I get between 1.3mb and 2mb fibre (yes fibre) at home because the cabinet I'm connected to is a few miles away, so it comes the rest of the way via copper wire and slows down to nearly unusable. I (and my neighbours) have been fighting with Sky/BT and Openreach (what a waste of a company!!!!) for months to get something done but nothing is happening because it needs a complete change in infrastructure.

EE have had my local mast down for over a year making that of no use so my EE wifi 4G devices were returned to them a year ago.

This is a great option to keep me going with some faster speed internet for my Android Box/Kodi, Sky movies, PC etc. Great find, thank you. Going to sign up now!

Probably singular Orange base station, where 3 has good coverage but EE a bit poor Orange transmitters are still took offline where 3 does not see it being worthwhile adding a 3 transmitter on site - thats one of the problems with MBNL being jointly owned it is not a 50/50 partnership in planning just 50/50 financially owned. My local Orange transmitter was always poor, local T-Mobile access was a win for me.

There are issues city wide where my old man lives on EE due to upgrades still happening on Orange base stations not closed down, the MBNL bumf that the integration has finished is bull, the only thing that happened was software updates stopped showing roaming on ALL base stations, the hardware upgrades are still very much ongoing. EE have admitted such, left contract mid way because they knew that switching off roaming on old Orange base stations to resolve call failed issues was a joke as coverage became terrible.






Edited By: seaniboy on Nov 27, 2016 00:10
#40
Three is cheapest ever! £24 per month only sim = unlimited data, 100min, 5k SMS, 30gb hot-spot (make your own router on mobile and connect many devices as you can)

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