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Collect DOUBLE points on pay monthly contracts (excluding iPhones)* until 4th February- that's 6,000 points!

You're just a few clicks from collecting Nectar points at Vodafone

In the UK, Vodafone are the number one phone company for network coverage, so you can rely on them to keep you in touch when you're out and about. With a superb range of handsets and price plans, there's something for everyone. You can collect Nectar points at Vodafone in a number of ways:

* Collect 6,000 points when you sign up to a Vodafone pay monthly contract
* Collect 2,000 points when you sign up to Vodafone pay monthly mobile broadband
* Collect 500 points when you purchase a Vodafone SIM only plan
* Collect 300 points when you sign up to Vodafone Pay As You Go mobile broadband
* Collect 200 points when you purchase a Pay as you talk phone
* Collect 50 points when you buy accessories for your phone

*See Important information for terms and conditions
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#1
Currently £90 cash back from Quidco for Vodafone contracts.

Not sure how much 9000 points gets you these days
#2
well every 500 points is 2.50
#3
Mikey_b
Currently £90 cash back from Quidco for Vodafone contracts.

Not sure how much 9000 points gets you these days


9000/500 * 2.5

= £45 to spend in Sainsburys.

And it's only 6000 anyway so that's £30
#4
would not touch Vodafone with a bargepole !!!!>
my wife is cancelling her contract after been let down by them time and time again, with false promises of getting a better signal.
my O2 works fine in the house yet hers barely gets a signal!!!

when we sent letter in they have so far rang her 4 times to get her to change her mind, and when she said about O2 signal the numpty on the other end said that voda have a deal coming up soon where they will be sharing the same masts as O2 !!!!!
#5
sticko
when we sent letter in they have so far rang her 4 times to get her to change her mind, and when she said about O2 signal the numpty on the other end said that voda have a deal coming up soon where they will be sharing the same masts as O2 !!!!!


That "numpty" is telling the truth - http://www.itproportal.com/portal/news/article/2009/3/12/vodafone-and-o2-merge-operations-cut-costs/
#6
Vodafone has always had a great signal for me.

That said.. O2 are the only provider I haven't had issues with so far (Vodafone, Orange, Three and T-Mobile the others I've had contracts with)

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