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NEW mobile broadband @ £20.00 reduced from 3

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Hi people I have been told by a vodafone employee at a store that from the 1st feb vodafone will be reducing the cost of the unlimtd mobile broadband (7.2mbs!!) from £30 to £20 (all 12, 18 and 24 moth contracts).

SO dont you dare sign up now


Hi just thought id updae you guys with some more info i have recieved today!!!....The cost might be even LOWER than £20 per month plus all modems will be free on 18month contracts
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#1
Ha ha - was going to sign up for this this morning as tried to last night but a problem on their website - I was going for the USB Modem pack - Free for the hardware and then £25 per month on a 24 month contract
#2
How does the 3 one compare?
#3
'Hi people I have been told by a vodafone employee at a store that from the 1st feb vodafone will be reducing the cost of the unlimtd mobile broadband (7.2mbs!!) from £30 to £20 (all 12, 18 and 24 moth contracts).'

Where does it mention unlimited? If its still a 3gb limit then 3 are still cheaper.
#4
Do not sign up - warning. Call them and express an interest and ask them to call back tomorrow. They will offer a much better deal. I got £11.50 per month for 18 months, after doing this twice - got a 'one-day' only special offer. 3gig limit, about 2,8mbs - not bad.

So try this first, if it doesn't work, you have lost nothing, but I am certain it will in most cases.
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miffyl
How does the 3 one compare?


I have the 3 mobile broadband at £15 per month, and its excellent.

Word of warning - Vodafone don't have anywhere NEAR the 3G coverage that 3 have - which means that you probably won't get the quoted speeds of 7.2mbps or even 3.6mbps. In areas without 3G coverage, you will only get GPRS speeds (equivalent to a 56k modem). And ignore the "unlimited broadband" rubbish - it's unlimited, but subject to a "fair use policy". And guess what is considered to be fair use? 3Gb per month. Strange, eh? :-)

I travel all over the country with work, and my 3 mobile broadband is excellent - it is 3.6mbps and I get a 3G signal everywhere - I even got a signal in the middle of the lake district.
#6
pgotecha
Do not sign up - warning. Call them and express an interest and ask them to call back tomorrow. They will offer a much better deal. I got £11.50 per month for 18 months, after doing this twice - got a 'one-day' only special offer. 3gig limit, about 2,8mbs - not bad.

So try this first, if it doesn't work, you have lost nothing, but I am certain it will in most cases.

Addition - got my bill today, £11.26 per month and it states the allowance at 3072 mbs. So it is confirmed that they will discount the modem if pushed. The discount is called 'Advocate Discount' on the bill and is 25%. I have no idea what this means though, Advocate Discount!!

Good Luck
#7
An advocate is also a marketing term for a loyal client that recommends a product or service to their peers.

PS i looked it up ;-)
#8
Hi just thought id updae you guys with some more info i have recieved today!!!....The cost might be even lower than £20 per month plus all modems will be free on 18month contracts
#9
pgotecha
Addition - got my bill today, £11.26 per month and it states the allowance at 3072 mbs. So it is confirmed that they will discount the modem if pushed. The discount is called 'Advocate Discount' on the bill and is 25%. I have no idea what this means though, Advocate Discount!!

Good Luck


I signed up when I renewed my contract on some phones. Got the 3GB service for £15.00 per month on a 12 month contract and a £50 discount for referring a "friend" .

I already had a modem which is why I got this deal, but you can get them cheap off fleabay if you need one.
#10
nice 1 gidface....might help someone
#11
gidface
I signed up when I renewed my contract on some phones. Got the 3GB service for £15.00 per month on a 12 month contract and a £50 discount for referring a "friend" .

I already had a modem which is why I got this deal, but you can get them cheap off fleabay if you need one.

Still £11.36 with modem is cheaper though.

Good idea for refering a friend - refer a friend gives you a great deal - see thier website, [url]www.three.co.uk[/url] for details on how to refer a friend. For phone deals, it is £30 each.

Good luck
#12
Vodafone adjust mobile broadband offerings

Thursday 31 January 2008 16:35:44 by [EMAIL="[email protected]"]John xxxx[/EMAIL]

Vodafone have announced changes to its mobile broadband services commencing on the 4th of February. A new consumer price plan will be available for £15/month (inc. VAT) offering 3GB of data and speeds of up to 7.2Mbps. This is a cut in price by half over existing contracts which are currently available for £30 for 3GB.
Business products will see usage allowances increase to 5GB / month from the existing 3GB, with some added discounts if you opt for a longer term contract.
The existing "Mobile Broadband 30 Day" option will reduce in price to £20 from the current £30, for 3GB of data allowance. This product has a contract with 30 days notice so you can cancel at any time- ideal for occasions when you may be working away from home for a period of time (as long as you stay in the UK). Three also offer a similar service, mobile broadband on a pay as you go (PAYG) basis from as little as £10 per month for 1GB of data.
It is encouraging to see mobile operators starting to compete more within the mobile broadband market. Earlier this month, three announced a free laptop offer available when purchasing a mobile broadband contract and T-Mobile introduced free Wi-Fi at T-Mobile hotspots for web'n'walk customers. We hope that O2 and Orange will liven up a bit and introduce some new offerings to keep consumers and competitors on their toes.
banned#13
thanks for the info, iv'e had my heart stuck on three but after digging around coverage couldn't be garunteed in my area. This week im going to put a sim card from tmobile, 3, and vodafone in my fone and see which ones give me the precious 3g area sign. The one which does, wins.


iv'e just been to the site btw and it says £15 a month not 20

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