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Sony Xperia XA £119.00 Pay as you go Vodafone - £119 (wbw £10 topup)

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Another payday weekend deal down £56 from £175. Good reviews for affordable smartphone and seems the cheapest deal going http://www.stuff.tv/sony/xperia-xa/review £179.99 at Carphone Warehouse.
Another payday weekend deal down £56 from £175. Good reviews for affordable smartphone and seems the cheapest deal going http://www.stuff.tv/sony/xperia-xa/review £179.99 at Carphone Warehouse.
RedDevil94 Avatar5h, 18m agoFound 5 hours, 18 minutes ago1 Comment
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The price should be £129 as you can't get it for £119.This price was on Vodafone for the last couple of months already, recently became more expensive and now is back to normal- so just a marketing trick ;)
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4g Mobile broadband 15GB £15.00, 30GB £20 - 30 day contract @ Vodafone

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£15.00 @ Vodafone
Was looking at mobile broadband deals and came across Vodafones data only sims: 15GB - £15 30GB - £20 50GB - £25 All 4g and all on a 30 day contract (rolling I gather) instead of a 12m dea…
Was looking at mobile broadband deals and came across Vodafones data only sims: 15GB - £15 30GB - £20 50GB - £25 All 4g and all on a 30 day contract (rolling I gather) instead of a 12m dea…
strong1 Avatar1d, 17m agoFound 1 day, 17 minutes ago24 Comments
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£70 for 100GB on Voda or o2 here: http://www.4gantenna.co.uk/tag/vodafone-100gb/
Airtel only use Vodafone branding it is not Voda, after Hutchison India was bought by Vodafone it became the major competitor to Airtel India.

I doubt you can use any of that 100GB on the UK mainland, same as 3 Ireland Broadband is excluded from the free UK mainland roaming.
I picked up this deal in Birmingham today,. They also had 50gb for £25. But the deal ends this weekend allegedly
Good CS in store however when I got home and out the SIM in my mifi device and tested the speeds were consistently slow 3-6mbps download. Spoke to CS via online chat,. & discover that I was given a 3g SIM... They are sending a new one in the post. .... Still not sure about speeds those speeds are very poor even for 3g or high speed dating
AStonedRaichu
Hammondhammond
AStonedRaichu
Voda do 100GB for £16.99 if you buy a router.
12 months. @ £16.99 with £59.99 router costs. - 100GB a month
24 months. @ £16.99 with £29.99 router costs. - 100GB a month.
Best on the market
How do you get this deal ? :)
Just pop in any store with ID, it's designed for people not in there fibre areas but it's available to anybody, not all the staff are aware it's available.


Isn't it just available in Jersey ?
Hammondhammond
AStonedRaichu
Voda do 100GB for £16.99 if you buy a router.
12 months. @ £16.99 with £59.99 router costs. - 100GB a month
24 months. @ £16.99 with £29.99 router costs. - 100GB a month.
Best on the market
How do you get this deal ? :)

Just pop in any store with ID, it's designed for people not in there fibre areas but it's available to anybody, not all the staff are aware it's available.
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Motorola Moto G4 Play £75.00 from Vodafone (£85 with a Big Value Bundle)

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£75.00 @ Vodafone
Seems like a great payday weekend deal compared to everywhere else. Have to buy a £10 bundle on pay as you go and locked to Vodafone. But has great reviews and has pretty good reviews on Vodafone and
Seems like a great payday weekend deal compared to everywhere else. Have to buy a £10 bundle on pay as you go and locked to Vodafone. But has great reviews and has pretty good reviews on Vodafone and
Mumblespud Avatar1d, 3h agoFound 1 day, 3 hours ago5 Comments
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Zardoz
Or get a white unlocked one direct from Motorola for £79.01 using the KENSMOTO and UKWELCOME10 codes.
I just checked and the codes are still valid, only white in stock.
However they are slow on delivery. Ordered one on the 6th and only received it on the 17th.
showing £89 with codes applied


​Try again in an incognito or inprivate window/tab. UKWELCOME10 sometimes won't work if you've visited the site before.
Zardoz
Or get a white unlocked one direct from Motorola for £79.01 using the KENSMOTO and UKWELCOME10 codes.
I just checked and the codes are still valid, only white in stock.
However they are slow on delivery. Ordered one on the 6th and only received it on the 17th.
showing £89 with codes applied
Zardoz
Or get a white unlocked one direct from Motorola for £79.01 using the KENSMOTO and UKWELCOME10 codes.
I just checked and the codes are still valid, only white in stock.
However they are slow on delivery. Ordered one on the 6th and only received it on the 17th.
you got a link for it pal ;)
Or get a white unlocked one direct from Motorola for £79.01 using the KENSMOTO and UKWELCOME10 codes.
I just checked and the codes are still valid, only white in stock.
However they are slow on delivery. Ordered one on the 6th and only received it on the 17th.
Title needs changing to £85 as it's impossible to get for £75
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Pay as you go double reward points this weekend @ Vodafone

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Vodafone pay as you go are giving double reward points this weekend. A £100 topup is worth a £20 Amazon voucher for example. Maximum individual top up is £50 and I had to online chat to get double
Vodafone pay as you go are giving double reward points this weekend. A £100 topup is worth a £20 Amazon voucher for example. Maximum individual top up is £50 and I had to online chat to get double
Ikolpdog Avatar6d, 18h agoFound 6 days, 18 hours ago1 Comment
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Not on mine so I presume it must be targeted users only :(
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250MB free a month with My Vodafone app feedback

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Saves £6.50 Vodafone usually charge for 250MB, robbing sods! 7 days valid, claim once in 30 days.
Saves £6.50 Vodafone usually charge for 250MB, robbing sods! 7 days valid, claim once in 30 days.
seaniboy Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago13 Comments
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Bikertov
I found this out yesterday, and was just about to post it !!
Got the 250MB added pretty quickly on three lines on my account, as we were in an area with poor reception.
This 250MB of 'bonus' data lasts for 7 days, and used first before your bundle data.
Just remember to do it every month :D - file the report on the My Vodafone app, it only takes 20 seconds to do ...
I was thinking its great for those running low on data before billing date, saves £6.50 overrun X)
Did you lodge 3 feedbacks or just one and they applied it to all 3 numbers ? :)
Yes, three feedbacks, one from each handset
I guess loss of signal to a large postal code will mean V start actually looking for sites to develop, 250MB is pennies to them, unless of course they have you paying £6.50 for it !! X)X)X)
shanew001
if the app worked you could probably get the free data... LoL
It says it will queue up feedback lodged on the app until it has internet connection again :)
Bikertov
I found this out yesterday, and was just about to post it !!
Got the 250MB added pretty quickly on three lines on my account, as we were in an area with poor reception.
This 250MB of 'bonus' data lasts for 7 days, and used first before your bundle data.
Just remember to do it every month :D - file the report on the My Vodafone app, it only takes 20 seconds to do ...

I was thinking its great for those running low on data before billing date, saves £6.50 overrun X)

Did you lodge 3 feedbacks or just one and they applied it to all 3 numbers ?

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I found this out yesterday, and was just about to post it !!

Got the 250MB added pretty quickly on three lines on my account, as we were in an area with poor reception.

This 250MB of 'bonus' data lasts for 7 days, and used first before your bundle data.

Just remember to do it every month :D - file the report on the My Vodafone app, it only takes 20 seconds to do ...
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Vodafone Sim Only 12 Month SIMO 25gb Unltd Mins/Texts Data Free roaming and Spotify/NOW TV/Sky Sports - £25/month (£300.00 total) - £75 Quidco

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Seems like a decent Deal. £25 Per Month includes: 25gb Data Unlimited Mins and Texts Entertainment pack - Now TV/Spotify/Sky sports 4gb Data and unlimited minutes and texts in Europe Not m…
Seems like a decent Deal. £25 Per Month includes: 25gb Data Unlimited Mins and Texts Entertainment pack - Now TV/Spotify/Sky sports 4gb Data and unlimited minutes and texts in Europe Not m…
Bitofageek Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago18 Comments
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Sponge
I didn't expect them to apply the vea discount on the £20pm deal as I assumed it was an offer and they don't do 'offers on offers', but they did.
It didn't come with the entertainment pack. They did offer to apply the vea discount on the next tariff which offered 25gb and the free Spotify for, iirc, £17.50. I was tempted for a moment, but declined as I had massive problems last year with their 'free' Spotify - they kept charging me for it! So I kept it simple and 20gb should be enough.
They do discount on top of an offer but not discount on top of discount. I changed because suddenly the 50% dropped off mine this month. Bill jumped to 40 quid
I didn't expect them to apply the vea discount on the £20pm deal as I assumed it was an offer and they don't do 'offers on offers', but they did.

It didn't come with the entertainment pack. They did offer to apply the vea discount on the next tariff which offered 25gb and the free Spotify for, iirc, £17.50. I was tempted for a moment, but declined as I had massive problems last year with their 'free' Spotify - they kept charging me for it! So I kept it simple and 20gb should be enough.
Bitofageek
Mentos
Sponge
My wife has just got their current £20pm deal* for £14 and they waived the £10 membership fee. All via live chat.
We didn't know about the vea scheme, which is a bit annoying as I've been working for an eligible company for nearly 2 years. :(
*20GB Red Bundle: 20GB of 4G UK data, unlimited UK minutes, unlimited UK texts and 2GB of inclusive roaming data
Do you get the entertainment pack with the 20GB bundle? Website suggests not, but it isn't always correct/clear.
Got a couple of months before current contract ends, hoping they will offer 50% off again.
If you can get the VEA this works out better, as you can't use it on the 50% deal.

We can get the VEA, from my calculations

With VEA 30% and £75 Quidco = £11.25/month
With 50% retention = £12.50/month

But we have several lines (whole family) and I don't think they allow internal ports. So I'd need to port all of them to Paygo, then get new lines via Quidco and port back from the Paygo's. If Quidco didn't payout on any one of them it would wipe out the difference (although quidco did payout on all the lines when we first moved to Vodafone a few years ago).
Mentos
Sponge
My wife has just got their current £20pm deal* for £14 and they waived the £10 membership fee. All via live chat.
We didn't know about the vea scheme, which is a bit annoying as I've been working for an eligible company for nearly 2 years. :(
*20GB Red Bundle: 20GB of 4G UK data, unlimited UK minutes, unlimited UK texts and 2GB of inclusive roaming data
Do you get the entertainment pack with the 20GB bundle? Website suggests not, but it isn't always correct/clear.
Got a couple of months before current contract ends, hoping they will offer 50% off again.
If you can get the VEA this works out better, as you can't use it on the 50% deal.
Sponge
My wife has just got their current £20pm deal* for £14 and they waived the £10 membership fee. All via live chat.
We didn't know about the vea scheme, which is a bit annoying as I've been working for an eligible company for nearly 2 years. :(
*20GB Red Bundle: 20GB of 4G UK data, unlimited UK minutes, unlimited UK texts and 2GB of inclusive roaming data

Do you get the entertainment pack with the 20GB bundle? Website suggests not, but it isn't always correct/clear.

Got a couple of months before current contract ends, hoping they will offer 50% off again.
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Vodafone Smart Speed 6 on 'Pay As You Go' £35.00 including bundle @ Vodafone

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£25 + £10 top up.
£25 + £10 top up.
rejector1 Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago12 Comments
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I found this to be a good review especially comparing it to the Smart First 6 'emergency' phone I bought last year.

http://www.kitguru.net/lifestyle/mobile/laptops/dominic-moass/vodafone-smart-speed-6-review/

To me it seems quite compelling for the price
nuttyphilt
Sogaaddict
nuttyphilt
Bought one. Looks like it can be unlocked and upgraded to Nougat pretty easily.
Haven't used an Android phone for ages so this could be a good one to have a play around with.
Cheers.
"upgraded to Nougat pretty easily" - how?
I found this link with all the steps:http://www.android-nougat.club/2016/07/vodafone-smart-speed-6-7608.html
Cheers, it's worth a go, and clearly explained.
Sogaaddict
nuttyphilt
Bought one. Looks like it can be unlocked and upgraded to Nougat pretty easily.
Haven't used an Android phone for ages so this could be a good one to have a play around with.
Cheers.
"upgraded to Nougat pretty easily" - how?
I found this link with all the steps:
http://www.android-nougat.club/2016/07/vodafone-smart-speed-6-7608.html
nuttyphilt
Bought one. Looks like it can be unlocked and upgraded to Nougat pretty easily.
Haven't used an Android phone for ages so this could be a good one to have a play around with.
Cheers.
"upgraded to Nougat pretty easily" - how?
Does this play Pokemon Go reasonably well? Im looking to buy one for the kids. Plus I have the older Smart First 6 which has only 512MB ram, a slower processor, smaller screen that seems resistive. Would this phone be a marked improvement over that? The Smart phone was a great emergency phone but now apps are becoming more important I think the extra ram and speed are much needed. I was wondering whether binningthe First and buying the speed is in any way sensible
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iPhone se 64gb £691.20 retention deal @ Vodafone instore

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Retention deal I got from Vodafone, I prefer a smaller phone as it sits easier in your pocket as a bloke imho. The deal I got was a iPhone se 64gb on a red deal 10gb data Unlimited texts and minu…
Retention deal I got from Vodafone, I prefer a smaller phone as it sits easier in your pocket as a bloke imho. The deal I got was a iPhone se 64gb on a red deal 10gb data Unlimited texts and minu…
will.wilson Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago4 Comments
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I got this excat same deal from them online chat upgrade today, like you I wanted a smaller phone. Made the mistake 2 years ago getting a note 4 and ended up leaving it behind and taking my work phone as it's just too big :) Mainly use a phone for Spotify, Strava and bit of FB.
Any of the phones will do this but thought i'd try an Iphone :)
Seems decent to me with Spotify and 10gig - plus I've just started the 'sell your phone' for my note 4 for £171 so not too bad at all!
androoski
Horrorwood
I prefer a smaller phone as it sits easier in your pocket as a bloke imho.
Anyone that has used a larger thin phone for some time will know that is absolute rubbish.
I tried a larger thin phone for a while but went back to a smaller more robust one, the oversize phones are great to use but I found them to be real pain to carry about.. As I spend about 5% of time using them, and 95% of the time it is in my pocket I obviously needed something more pocketable.

Donald trump is that you?
Horrorwood
I prefer a smaller phone as it sits easier in your pocket as a bloke imho.
Anyone that has used a larger thin phone for some time will know that is absolute rubbish.

I tried a larger thin phone for a while but went back to a smaller more robust one, the oversize phones are great to use but I found them to be real pain to carry about.. As I spend about 5% of time using them, and 95% of the time it is in my pocket I obviously needed something more pocketable.
I prefer a smaller phone as it sits easier in your pocket as a bloke imho.

Anyone that has used a larger thin phone for some time will know that is absolute rubbish.
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Vodafone Retention Deal - Iphone 6s £664.80 instore

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Vodafone Retention Team offered Iphone 6s 32GB £25.20 p/m (24 month contract) Unlimited Mins Unlimited txt 3GB 4g data £50 credit to cover upfront cost (£10 upfront cost) Just called to get a…
Vodafone Retention Team offered Iphone 6s 32GB £25.20 p/m (24 month contract) Unlimited Mins Unlimited txt 3GB 4g data £50 credit to cover upfront cost (£10 upfront cost) Just called to get a…
shahnadim Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago10 Comments
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will.wilson
I was happy with the deal I got from Vodafone, I prefer a smaller phone as it sits easier in your pocket as a bloke imho.
The deal I got was
iPhone se 64gb
10gb data
Unlimited texts and minutes
2gb euro, unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and unlimited mms
Spotify premium for 24 months
28.80 per month or £691.20

Phone cost £429
Spotify cost £240
Cost for services £22.20 over the 24 month period
I looked at buying the phone outright and paying for Spotify, but there's no way I could get a stand alone deal on a sim with all that for what is basically 92p a month.
So this deal worked for me, appreciate it's not for e everyone and not everyone likes Vodafone.


Can you just tell me a bit more about this please ? Is it 28.80 a month ? Did you pay for the handset cost ? How did you get this deal?
Just be careful if u do ever leave them as they carried on taking my direct debit (this is after ofcom fined them and Vodafone told the media that they have now sorted the issue).
I will use my extra 6gb to stream my Spotify ;)
will.wilson
I was happy with the deal I got from Vodafone, I prefer a smaller phone as it sits easier in your pocket as a bloke imho.
The deal I got was
iPhone se 64gb
10gb data
Unlimited texts and minutes
2gb euro, unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and unlimited mms
Spotify premium for 24 months
28.80 per month or £691.20

Phone cost £429
Spotify cost £240
Cost for services £22.20 over the 24 month period
I looked at buying the phone outright and paying for Spotify, but there's no way I could get a stand alone deal on a sim with all that for what is basically 92p a month.
So this deal worked for me, appreciate it's not for e everyone and not everyone likes Vodafone.


I bought mine from Argos 64gb space grey and put my £10 u mins and texts and 4gb of data in mine!!! Get a Argos card :) 12 months to pay :) 300 already paid!
I was happy with the deal I got from Vodafone, I prefer a smaller phone as it sits easier in your pocket as a bloke imho.
The deal I got was
iPhone se 64gb
10gb data
Unlimited texts and minutes
2gb euro, unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and unlimited mms
Spotify premium for 24 months
28.80 per month or £691.20

Phone cost £429
Spotify cost £240
Cost for services £22.20 over the 24 month period
I looked at buying the phone outright and paying for Spotify, but there's no way I could get a stand alone deal on a sim with all that for what is basically 92p a month.
So this deal worked for me, appreciate it's not for e everyone and not everyone likes Vodafone.
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Vodafone - Galaxy S7 Edge w/ 24GB Data £47/month £20 upfront (£1,148 total) £1,148.00

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Vodafone have what's called a "data extravaganza" on at the moment. 4x the data on most plans for the same price. Best deal I've seen so far is the Samsung GALAXY S7 Edge with 24gb data for £47 a mont…
Vodafone have what's called a "data extravaganza" on at the moment. 4x the data on most plans for the same price. Best deal I've seen so far is the Samsung GALAXY S7 Edge with 24gb data for £47 a mont…
Twisted_Impulse Avatar3w, 52m agoFound 3 weeks, 52 minutes ago6 Comments
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All the extras, spotify premium is £240, Gear VR is £80, Gear Fit 2 is £179 works out £649 for the phone and airtime which is for 24GB & 4GB roaming data. Thought it was a decent deal worth sharing. Never mind
Good god. Eleven hundred pounds, on a phone?? Are you mad?
I've seen the internal comms, says free gear VR with S7 edge
Twisted_Impulse
Does that one include the free gear vr?


​Does the one you linked offer it?, nowhere on the deal does it mention a free gear VR - it only mentions the free gear 2 fit.
Does that one include the free gear vr?
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Vodafone 12 Month SIMO ULTD Mins/Txts/20GB Data Poss £14.60pm (£210.00) 25GB for £17.50pm (From 1st Feb)

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Starting on Feb 1st: 12 Month Simo £20pm for Ultd Mins Ultd Texts and 20gb of Data is back along with; 25gb inc Spotify, NOWTV or Sky Sports Mobile for £25pm Im not 100% sure but Im assumin…
Starting on Feb 1st: 12 Month Simo £20pm for Ultd Mins Ultd Texts and 20gb of Data is back along with; 25gb inc Spotify, NOWTV or Sky Sports Mobile for £25pm Im not 100% sure but Im assumin…
iNSOMANiAC Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago233 Comments
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So spoke to online chat, who advised me that it was because there was a £1 discount for Secure Net (3mth free trial) he also confirmed that the VEA discount is applicable on that tariff. Iwas advised to ring through to returns to take off the £1 discount which has now been done & again it was confirmed that I should be eligible for the discount on that rate. So the upshot is I've had to go back instore and re-submit the application for the VEA discount and am now waiting again for it to be approved. I have also emailed the VEA helpdesk aswell and am awaiting their response. Thanks guys...I will post the outcome on here when I get it.



Edited By: Babiesmummy on Feb 23, 2017 21:39
Babiesmummy
so i bought the sim only plan (£20) & went instore to sort out the VEA, i have received an email "You already have a discount applied to your account and we can't add any additional discounts". i had a 30min conversation on sunday & was told i could have the disc & also instore yesterday. i have just rang & been told no i cant have it as its already discounted.
i already have a contract with 25% loyalty discount, so this is a new number. Any ideas ??

If you view this new number online, are any discounts showing in your bundle?
Babiesmummy
so i bought the sim only plan (£20) & went instore to sort out the VEA, i have received an email "You already have a discount applied to your account and we can't add any additional discounts". i had a 30min conversation on sunday & was told i could have the disc & also instore yesterday. i have just rang & been told no i cant have it as its already discounted.
i already have a contract with 25% loyalty discount, so this is a new number. Any ideas ??

The Sales Advisors in store can fill in an escalation form to have it looked at again, if you don't have any discounts on the new number then it should be applied. Its probably just an error and they've looked at the wrong number
so i bought the sim only plan (£20) & went instore to sort out the VEA, i have received an email "You already have a discount applied to your account and we can't add any additional discounts". i had a 30min conversation on sunday & was told i could have the disc & also instore yesterday. i have just rang & been told no i cant have it as its already discounted.
i already have a contract with 25% loyalty discount, so this is a new number. Any ideas ??
uk3g
sam1970
I got the 20gb deal through e2save to reduce the cost further (£9.70/month). My dilemma now is what free service to go for...Now TV or Netflex?...any suggestions
So can you apply the VEA if you purchase via e2save?
No, it has to be bought direct from Vodafone.
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Vodafone Retention Deal Sony Xperia X/ Mifi with Un-ltd Calls & Txts & 82GB data £46.00 per month

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Opinion time! Renewed with Vodafone and was given 40% discount for the full 24 months on an Xperia X with 32GB data (un-ltd calls/ txts) and then a 50% discount on my 50GB mifi box for the full 12mont…
Opinion time! Renewed with Vodafone and was given 40% discount for the full 24 months on an Xperia X with 32GB data (un-ltd calls/ txts) and then a 50% discount on my 50GB mifi box for the full 12mont…
JumpMan1980 Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago3 Comments
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82gb holy cow
dazzl3r324
Assuming it's per month?

Yes per month. Thanks for making a comment at least. Was hoping for some helpful thoughts/ opinions/ suggestions on whether I should keep this 'deal'.

Edited By: JumpMan1980 on Jan 30, 2017 11:05
Assuming it's per month?
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Vodafone PAYG launch data rollover

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Just a heads up. Voda payg customers always remember payg Extras too: https://www.vodafone.co.uk/explore/benefits/extras/
Just a heads up. Voda payg customers always remember payg Extras too: https://www.vodafone.co.uk/explore/benefits/extras/
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VODAFONE disconnection offer for existing customer 10GB data (4GB roaming in Europe every month) Unlimited minutes; texts; Spotify premium 12 month contract £16.20 pm £194.40

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Out of contract with Vodafone, handset fine so looking for a SIM only deal - just had a 10 minute chat online and secured a decent deal IMO. I quoted this deal with three via MSE top pick: 8GB D…
Out of contract with Vodafone, handset fine so looking for a SIM only deal - just had a 10 minute chat online and secured a decent deal IMO. I quoted this deal with three via MSE top pick: 8GB D…
dcellwood Avatar1m, 16h agoFound 1 month, 16 hours ago28 Comments
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Not sure if it helps, but I was also with Spotify via Vodafone.
I received a text from Vodafone after my contract was renewed saying my Spotify had been cancelled, I then received another to say that i can choose an entertainment pack. (Spotify)
The first text was only received after Vodafone tried to sort out my renewal on the 2nd the attempt. After the first attempt, my spotify was still active.
Looks like they have no clue!

If you are within the first 30days of a new contract, ring them, and go through to cancellations, they should be able to sort it. Just make sure you explain everything clearly.
theguardian11
fossman
Has anyone had trouble activating the 12 months free Spotify.
I clicked through the link they sent by text and the first page said I had no active subscriptions, I then chose Spotify and confirmed the order but on the final screen it said I already have a Spotify subscription which needs to be cancelled first.
I have tried customer services and they said they had sorted it but it still will not let me order it.
I had the same thing as I was already a Spotify Premium customer. Assuming you must be as well, hence why its saying you already have a subscription. You have to first login to your Spotify account and cancel your premium membership. It will then give you a date of when your premium membership will end (usually the date you pay). After this date you will become a 'free' user, that is when you use the link Vodafone sent you and sign up as a premium customer again.

I am already receiving free Spotify from Vodafone, I logged into my Spotify account and it said I have to contact Vodafone to cancel.

I have just been on to customer services again, they say they have amended my account but I just keep getting sent the entertainment text but it wont let me order.
fossman
Has anyone had trouble activating the 12 months free Spotify.
I clicked through the link they sent by text and the first page said I had no active subscriptions, I then chose Spotify and confirmed the order but on the final screen it said I already have a Spotify subscription which needs to be cancelled first.
I have tried customer services and they said they had sorted it but it still will not let me order it.

I had the same thing as I was already a Spotify Premium customer. Assuming you must be as well, hence why its saying you already have a subscription. You have to first login to your Spotify account and cancel your premium membership. It will then give you a date of when your premium membership will end (usually the date you pay). After this date you will become a 'free' user, that is when you use the link Vodafone sent you and sign up as a premium customer again.
Has anyone had trouble activating the 12 months free Spotify.

I clicked through the link they sent by text and the first page said I had no active subscriptions, I then chose Spotify and confirmed the order but on the final screen it said I already have a Spotify subscription which needs to be cancelled first.

I have tried customer services and they said they had sorted it but it still will not let me order it.
aearose
If you have upgraded within 30days, and have issues, phone them up and ask to cancel/return the new contract.
They will put you though to a department who can generally sort out any issues.

I only upgraded on Sunday, so got some time to cancel still. Thanks for your advice!
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Vodafone sim, 10gb 4g data, 500 m, unltd texts £207.00 (17.25 pm) (poss £11pm with £75 Quidco)

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I've just come to the end of last year's Vodafone £20 for 20gb (with £60 quidco cashback and netflix) - was about to cancel but then saw this - £207 total for 10gb 4g data including £75 cashback - wor…
I've just come to the end of last year's Vodafone £20 for 20gb (with £60 quidco cashback and netflix) - was about to cancel but then saw this - £207 total for 10gb 4g data including £75 cashback - wor…
Theorist Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago16 Comments
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My £20pm deal is also coming to an end (20gb data, unltd txt & mins), so I gave Vodafone notice yesterday.
They offered me 7gb data, 500mins, Unltd texts for £8.50pm.....which is pretty good, but I told them I would not sign a new contract straight away. I also said to consider the contract for my business up for tender, and to do their best over the next 30 days of my notice period to give me a better offer than other mobile providers!
jase.2
I had the 20gb plan from last year, rang today for PAC, they made a silly offer which I rejected and took code.

An hour later an 01709 number rang and it was them looking to see what else they could do, I told them about virgin £15 / 20gb and three £13 / 8gb. He offered me £13.20 for 5gb as he said I was only using 4gb, I said no as three would give me 8gb, he went away and came back offering 10gb for £16.20 but would give me months one and two for free to get it back down to effectively £13 which I accepted as no risk of cash back not paying and voda let me keep Spotify and gave inclusive roaming so pretty happy and no need to mess around with PAC and credit vets


​Keeping Spotify makes that a pretty great deal for you - although as a musician I'm against Spotify as it pays out so little to artists! I was on Netflix which is no longer an option. Can't see many other deals as good as this around at the moment... Maybe Quidco is putting people off, but I've never had any problems with big companies paying out.
I had the 20gb plan from last year, rang today for PAC, they made a silly offer which I rejected and took code.

An hour later an 01709 number rang and it was them looking to see what else they could do, I told them about virgin £15 / 20gb and three £13 / 8gb. He offered me £13.20 for 5gb as he said I was only using 4gb, I said no as three would give me 8gb, he went away and came back offering 10gb for £16.20 but would give me months one and two for free to get it back down to effectively £13 which I accepted as no risk of cash back not paying and voda let me keep Spotify and gave inclusive roaming so pretty happy and no need to mess around with PAC and credit vets
Qrunch
Theorist
Qrunch
Not that great then tbh
​It is a deal if you get the Quidco (bringing it to £11 a month), or like me if you use this to get a matched deal when bargaining with the cancellation team.
How are you getting quidco on a retention deal?


​I told them how much I'd be paying if I was a new customer, including cash back and they pretty much matched it (£11.50 a month).
Theorist
Qrunch
Not that great then tbh
​It is a deal if you get the Quidco (bringing it to £11 a month), or like me if you use this to get a matched deal when bargaining with the cancellation team.
How are you getting quidco on a retention deal?
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Sony Xperia E5 £79+£10 (£89.00) Bundle @ Vodafone

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Great deal as these go for 135 quid off CPW, phone is unlocked however if you have the sim and bundle for 30 days they''ll unlock you through the form for free 3% cash back at Quidco - Bones866
Great deal as these go for 135 quid off CPW, phone is unlocked however if you have the sim and bundle for 30 days they''ll unlock you through the form for free 3% cash back at Quidco - Bones866
cru Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 days ago12 Comments
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Your assuming this is a good phone... It isn't. I have successfully bought an m4 aqua or a z1 compact for less than 30 on eBay. Sony put mediatech processors in all but premium phones so why buy this over a Chinese phone from China?!? Cold from me
Then people should be quicker an look around, I ain't fussed
However, Is this a good phone and a good deal. They will unlock after 30days for free. Wife needs replacement for ageing iphone 4 ? thanks

Edited By: missionhall on Jan 22, 2017 13:26: found more info from Vodaphone
Yeah the XA went up in price the other day :-/
nexus76
XA on o2 same price an better phone.
Might be an idea to check your facts first https://www.o2.co.uk/shop/phones/sony/xperia-xa-like-new/#contractType=payasyougo gone up £50

Edited By: PunkKing77 on Jan 22, 2017 12:05
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Jabra Solemate mini speaker - £29.00 at Vodafone

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Jabra Solemate mini speaker in blue now only £29 from £79 so daving £50. Looks a good little portable Bluetooth speaker to snap up for the price, ends 31 January 2017.
Jabra Solemate mini speaker in blue now only £29 from £79 so daving £50. Looks a good little portable Bluetooth speaker to snap up for the price, ends 31 January 2017.
hammondbeth Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago4 Comments
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Terrible deal, cold
I bought this for my niece for Christmas, I think I only paid £25 and I have to say I was a little disappointed by it. I've previously had a Divoom Voombox Travel and wish I'd bought her that as it's a better sounding more powerful unit at a much better price, they can be picked up for £15 inc post on ebay.
hammondbeth
... so daving £50

I love daving money :3
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huawei p9 lite £149.00 + £10 top up PAYG @ Vodafone

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in store and online. vodafone will unlock phone in 30 days . £10 top up required
in store and online. vodafone will unlock phone in 30 days . £10 top up required
emilymrussell Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago34 Comments
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Harley_Mick
matrich1610
Asda have these for £149 but you don't need to buy the top up ;).
Do asda unlock free?


​not that I'm aware of, but I've never asked so can't say for definite
MrBeatnik
matrich1610
Asda have these for £149 but you don't need to buy the top up ;).
Do you have an Adsa link? Even if the price has changed. I can't find any noteworthy Asda mobiles ...


​cant send you a link, but most stores will have these. it's worth phoning and asking to speak to a colleague from "GM" as they look after the phones in most stores, and will be able to tell you how many are in stock :)
matrich1610
Asda have these for £149 but you don't need to buy the top up ;).
Do you have an Adsa link? Even if the price has changed. I can't find any noteworthy Asda mobiles ...
These sell for about £160 on eBay secondhand, so £149 seem like a good deal to me. Have some heat. :p And if ASDA sell them for £149 unlocked, that's hot!

Edited By: MPLP on Jan 13, 2017 14:12
tyr
if you go to EE store you still might find it for 129.99 plus £10 topup ;)


​Tried about 5 stores, that deal has definitely expired
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Vodafone SIM only 22GB data, unlt mins & texts, free roaming, free skysports/Spotify/nowtv £18.50 pm (12 months - £222.00)

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Came to the end of my current Vodafone deal which I got from here - 20gb, unltd mins & texts on red plan for £20 a month with free Netflix Went abroad a lot for £3 a day and was happy with it tbh!…
Came to the end of my current Vodafone deal which I got from here - 20gb, unltd mins & texts on red plan for £20 a month with free Netflix Went abroad a lot for £3 a day and was happy with it tbh!…
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I settled with 22gb a month, unlimited everything else and roaming (no ssm, Spotify or now tv because I simply didn't want them) for £20 pm, first 2 months free, next 3 half price.
Vodafone needs to sort out their customer services. They also refused to pay my Quidco cashback. Can't recommend them.
I got same package without the spotify, ssm and now tv for 14 quid a month for 12 months
Had a call from Vodafone but they only offered me the new £20 for 20gb offer from the website. Will move to Virgin £15 deal
Got this deal from retentions today using the chat service:
12 months Sim only flexi contract
UNLIMITED MINS AND TEXTS
22GB OF 4G DATA
ROAMING USE OF 4GB DATA
SKY SPORTS
£22.50 MONTHLY
MINUS 2 MONTHS FREE
IS £18.50 MONTHLY
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Sony Xperia E5 on PAYG Vodafone in black and white - £89.00 inc Big Value Bundle @ Vodafone

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Winter Sale at Vodafone! New price drops: Xperia E5 £79+£10 topup Xperia XA £119+£10 topup etc.
Winter Sale at Vodafone! New price drops: Xperia E5 £79+£10 topup Xperia XA £119+£10 topup etc.
tyr Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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Is the phone good?
All their phones are locked to Vodafone, but it could be unlocked for free after 30 days of use with their sim
Are these locked to Vodafone and can they be unlocked?

vodafone logoA Brief History of Vodafone

Vodafone began in 1982 as a joint venture between Millicom, a Swedish telecoms company, and Racal Electronics, a UK-based military radio manufacturer. Originally called “Racal“, the name Vodafone was adopted in 1985 as an amalgamation of the words "VOice", "DAta" and "FONE".

With the growth of mobile technology as an industry throughout the 1990’s and 21st century, Vodafone grew along with it as a company. Through a series of acquisitions, mergers, takeovers, and partnerships, the company has grown into the multinational giant that we know today. With a market capitalisation of around £89.1 billion in 2012, Vodafone is the third-largest company on the London Stock Exchange.

The company runs over 500 Vodafone stores in the UK. If you prefer shopping in person than doing it online, you can find your nearest store using the online Vodafone Store Finder.

Products Available Through Vodafone

Broadly speaking, Vodafone and their online presence at www.vodafone.co.uk divides its services into two main strands, Personal Services, and Business Services. This guide will focus on the Personal Services strand of the company, which can be then further subdivided into the following categories:

Phones – Vodafone sells a range of Apple iPhones and Samsung smartphones. Customers can tailor their phone service either with monthly packages or pay as you go.

Bundles and SIMs – Choose just the right amount of minutes, text messages, and data for you. You can also buy SIM cards only, if you already have a phone, as well as looking at some of the “Freebie“ options by earning Reward points.

iPad and tablets – Vodafone sells iPads on a Pay Monthly basis and a range of other tablets from well-known brands including Vodafone, Samsung, Sony, Huawei on a Pay Monthly or Pay As You Go basis. There is also a range of nearly new tablets, as well as Mobile Wi-Fi and data dongles to keep you connected on the move.

Broadband services – Vodafone also supplies home Wi-Fi services with several interesting features including a mobile app which can control your router, Family Time - where you can set up a network for your family and control its access, and the Boost feature - which can give you faster Wi-Fi speeds for up to eight hours at a time.

Accessories – You can find a whole host of accessories for your phone at Vodafone such as chargers, headphones, cameras and memory cards.

Music, TV and Sports – You can also buy subscriptions for your device , such as Spotify Premium, NOW TV and Sky Sports Mobile TV for your entertainment on the move.

Deals from Vodafone

You can find the best deals that Vodafone is currently offering at their Latest Offers section in their online shop. Vodafone usually participates in major annual shopping events such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so if you're considering choosing one of their products but want to take advantage of money-saving opportunities, it's probably worth waiting until late November to do so.

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Ordering Products Online from Vodafone

To order products and services from Vodafone via their online shop, you need to register an account first using your name, e-mail address, and contact number. It's not possible to order as a guest. If you're buying a monthly bundle, you'll also need to give some information in order for a quick credit check to be carried out.

Payment Methods at Vodafone.co.uk

Once the registration process is complete, the shopping experience is simple. Just add your bundle to your basket and go to the checkout. For one-off payments, all major credit and debit cards are accepted. If you're buying a monthly bundle, the preferred method of payment is via Direct Debit. Vodafone will set this up for all new customers, and the money will be debited from your account at the same time every month.

If you don't want to create a Direct Debit, there are alternative methods, such as simply going online, or to your nearest Vodafone store and paying the bill there. Full details on payment methods can be found on Vodafone´s website.

Delivery at Vodafone

If you've ordered a new phone from Vodafone, there are two ways in which you can get it. Firstly, it can be collected from a Vodafone Store close to you. After your order, you'll be shown which local stores have your phone in stock. It can then be collected two hours after you placed the order and the in-store staff will even set it up for you.

You can also receive your new phone by post using standard or premium delivery, the costs vary. The address must be the same as the one registered to your account in the online shop.vodafone phone connection

Rewards Points at Vodafone

Vodafone operates a Reward Points system for their Pay As You Go customers, whereby 10% of your TopUp can be redeemed in points. Collect these points and they can be used for a host of things such as speakers, power banks, gift cards or TopUp credit.

Vodafone Returns & Refunds Policy

If you change your mind or if your phone is faulty, it can be returned for a full refund within the first thirty days after purchase. If you bought your phone in a Vodafone store, simply take the product back to the store that it was bought from. If you ordered online or via telephone, then the best option is to call the customer service team and discuss return options. The team will send you a returns box in the post. From your Vodafone mobile, simply call 191, or from a landline, it's 03333 040191. The return usually has to be processed within 14 days after the purchase.

Vodafone Social Media, and Apps

You can keep up to date on the latest news, deals and offers from Vodafone by following them on any of their various social media channels.

Vodafone also has an iOS, Android and Blackberry compatible app. MyVodafone allows you to check your data, texts and minutes balance, pay your bill and also access customer support if you need it.

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Contacting Vodafone

  • Phone from the UK: 191 (free for Vodafone customers) / 03333 040191 (Standard rates apply)
  • Calling from abroad: +44 7836 191191
  • If you're looking to join Vodafone: 08080 408 408 (Free from all UK numbers)
  • Vodafone customer service lines are open Monday to Sunday, 8am to 9pm GMT.
  • If you prefer to communicate by post:
  • Vodafone Group Plc.
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You´ll also find an extensive Help & Support section at Vodafone´s website.

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