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30% NHS discount for data sims at Vodafone e.g 30gb 12mnth contract for £17.50pm - £210.00

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You can get 30% NHS discount on data sims at Vodafone e.g 12mnth contract 30gb = 17.50pm 50gb = 21.00pm This is the cheapest on the market for these deals currently Read More
You can get 30% NHS discount on data sims at Vodafone e.g 12mnth contract 30gb = 17.50pm 50gb = 21.00pm This is the cheapest on the market for these deals currently
xbecky07x Avatar6d, 12h agoFound 6 days, 12 hours ago19 Comments
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JumpMan1980
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hooray.henry
Thanks Vodafone. Im a humble NHS Manager struggling to get by on my meagre 250k salary so this deal will help us save big time when calling each other from our various homes here and abroad.All I need now is a good sunglasses deal so I dont have to look those damned patients of mine in the eye as I brush past them on their smelly trollies in the corridors.Problems problems, right ?
I dunno about the top dogs however I am a very humble hardworking nurse who works 2 jobs to get by so yes every penny does count :D
I trust the second job you took to pay for your lives luxuries is not impacting on your health and/ or energy levels and as a consequence impacting on your ability to nurse well? <3 (Friendly banter, cmon!)
Of course not it's my NHS job that does that
youngstud
where are the tariffs actually? as Vodafone says NHS discount doesn't apply to launch deals so i cant see any tariffs on your price plans!
I might be mistaken as i really want to move to Vodafone if you are right because they allow you to use your date and allowances even when you are abroad including some non EU countries
In store I got this x
gipsibandit
Hi how do you get the NHS discount .... is there a code...... and also what do you need to produce to prove you are an NHS worker
Your if card or u can confirm by your email
discounts only intended for 'angels' and egomaniacs shouldnt be posted. I could have used a good amount of data while I was waiting in a and e the other day for 40 hours after being shived in the face. another day in paradise.
xbecky07x
hooray.henry
Thanks Vodafone. Im a humble NHS Manager struggling to get by on my meagre 250k salary so this deal will help us save big time when calling each other from our various homes here and abroad.All I need now is a good sunglasses deal so I dont have to look those damned patients of mine in the eye as I brush past them on their smelly trollies in the corridors.Problems problems, right ?
I dunno about the top dogs however I am a very humble hardworking nurse who works 2 jobs to get by so yes every penny does count :D

I trust the second job you took to pay for your lives luxuries is not impacting on your health and/ or energy levels and as a consequence impacting on your ability to nurse well? <3 (Friendly banter, cmon!)
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Vodafone 4G Sim Only Unlimited Minutes, Texts and 40GB of Data £24 for 12 Months With Global Roaming (£288.00) @ Vodafone Upgrade Via phone

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This one won't be for everyone. Existing Vodafone customers, an upgrade deal (possibly retentions), and heavy users. Wanted to get the new Vodafone Global Roaming so I can use the full UK allowance i… Read More
This one won't be for everyone. Existing Vodafone customers, an upgrade deal (possibly retentions), and heavy users. Wanted to get the new Vodafone Global Roaming so I can use the full UK allowance i…
rapid111111 Avatar1w, 12h agoFound 1 week, 12 hours ago62 Comments
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seriously speaking please help me out
yzr
please can someone help me get this deal as I've tried to get them myself and had no success I would appreciate someone can please help me out of here

But it's simply not true - so it's not available.


Edited By: rapid111111 on Apr 28, 2017 00:52
please can someone help me get this deal as I've tried to get them myself and had no success I would appreciate someone can please help me out of here
dealmania
dealmania
just tried this and the lowest they could do was £34 :(. I've just put in to cancel my contract.

Any ideas why I wasn't offered this?


Take that back, I just called again and got this offer, that is 40% discount!!!


can someone get it for me I am struggling to get to myself
dealmania
just tried this and the lowest they could do was £34 :(. I've just put in to cancel my contract.

Any ideas why I wasn't offered this?


Take that back, I just called again and got this offer, that is 40% discount!!!
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Vodafone Launch Free Roaming

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Vodafone is now offering free roaming to customers on all plans and has revamped its contracts to make them simpler. From today, new and upgrading Vodafone customers can use their calls, texts and Read More
Vodafone is now offering free roaming to customers on all plans and has revamped its contracts to make them simpler. From today, new and upgrading Vodafone customers can use their calls, texts and
blade6742 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago134 Comments
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about time too
m5rcc
Azzin
Just had the following text from Vodafone...
"From 11 June we're making a couple of important changes to your price plan. The cost for your monthly plan will increase by £2.50 (this will be clearly shown on your bill). We're also introducing Roam-free which means you can use your data, minutes and texts abroad in 40 destinations at no extra cost. Plus use your home plan in 60 extra destinations with Roam-further - just £5 a day on top of your monthly plan and only on the days you use your phone. We'll get Roam-further set up for you between 11 Jun & 31 Aug, but if you're travelling before then just text ADD to 40508 for free from your Vodafone mobile. Go to http://www.vodafone.uk/2017paym3e to find out more.

I said that last week on post #61....


Yay you?
Azzin
stockdam
Sorry I'll read the Ts&Cs later but does this mean that if you are in the UK and call any standard landline in one of the free roaming areas then you won't be charged any extra? Let's take Spain for example. Can I make a call to a Spanish landline from the UK with no additional charge? What if it's a Spanish mobile that I'm calling?
What if I'm in Spain, can I call a UK mobile with no additional charges? From Spain can I call an Irish mobile without charges?
Sorry these questions would be answered if I had time to read the small print but I'm hoping that somebody else already has.

You basically use the phone as if you're in the UK.

If you were in Spain and rang a UK landline or mobile, it would come out of your normal UK allowance.

If you were in Spain and rang a Spanish landline/mobile, it would cost you (same as it would if you were in the UK).


This isn't true, when you're in a European country calls to numbers in that country (Spanish mobile or landline) are also included in your minutes and you will not be charged under this deal.
Azzin
Just had the following text from Vodafone...
"From 11 June we're making a couple of important changes to your price plan. The cost for your monthly plan will increase by £2.50 (this will be clearly shown on your bill). We're also introducing Roam-free which means you can use your data, minutes and texts abroad in 40 destinations at no extra cost. Plus use your home plan in 60 extra destinations with Roam-further - just £5 a day on top of your monthly plan and only on the days you use your phone. We'll get Roam-further set up for you between 11 Jun & 31 Aug, but if you're travelling before then just text ADD to 40508 for free from your Vodafone mobile. Go to http://www.vodafone.uk/2017paym3e to find out more.

I said that last week on post #61....
Just had a chat with Vodafone - confirmed that both my contracts (one ~6 months old, 3GB with 500mb roaming, one ~3months old 24GB and 2GB roaming) would be eligible from 15th June. Kept the chat transcript for the inevitable conversation about my bill on return from holiday in Spain in July ... (_;)
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Samsung Galaxy VR headset - Absolutely Free

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free Samsung galaxy VR headset
adam__baines Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago404 Comments
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Not had an email saying they will be in touch in 10 days, had one that said 4 days?
got the email but no delivery as of yet.
cmahey
Thanks, hopefully I'll still get one, got this email yesterday:http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii25/ej8_coupe/Capture_zpsjqzrkzpk.jpg
I got a email they will reply within 10 days for the stock after your email :(
888eyeball
nathan18k
adam__baines
Just had an email informing me they still don't have stock and will be in touch in ten days, understandable.
Hopefully we will receive them by the end of May :)
Yup same.
I'm hoping they'll send us the new VR headset that's being released with the S8 (fingers crossed).
what's the difference appart from the new controller?
Not that many I think.
Mainly just the controller and USB C port.
nathan18k
adam__baines
Just had an email informing me they still don't have stock and will be in touch in ten days, understandable.
Hopefully we will receive them by the end of May :)
Yup same.
I'm hoping they'll send us the new VR headset that's being released with the S8 (fingers crossed).


what's the difference appart from the new controller?
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vodafone blade a512 on vodafone £65 + 10 credit - £75.00

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i bought this for £79 last week really good value im ny opinion. can get an unlock code for 1.29 off ebay too 13mp camera 16gb Read More
i bought this for £79 last week really good value im ny opinion. can get an unlock code for 1.29 off ebay too 13mp camera 16gb
kpearsoncj Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago25 Comments
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Looking to replace my Nexus 5 which had served me well for the last 3 years or so! Been looking at the threads on the various 'cheap' phones from China when I stumbled across a comment regarding this phone/deal. I'm already on Vodafone (£5/Month SIM Only Deal through work) so this ZTE Blade is tempting. Has anyone else other than the OP got any feedback?
ebay

crew66
kpearsoncj
the camera seems quick and takes decent pics for me. it doesnt seem to slow down that much i use a case and screen protector with mine so finger prints dont bother me. it really worth the money
nigelbutler
OP can you give us a little review please?
I've watched some YouTube videos and it looks pretty good
No compass it seems but neither has Moto 4G..... How is the battery?
The size draws me to this phone 5.2 screen is sensible imo. Screen ok? No gorilla glass i guess .... Does it pick.up fingerprints ie greasy marks,?
Cheers for any feedback :-)
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Where did you get the unlock code from
kpearsoncj
the camera seems quick and takes decent pics for me. it doesnt seem to slow down that much i use a case and screen protector with mine so finger prints dont bother me. it really worth the money

nigelbutler
OP can you give us a little review please?
I've watched some YouTube videos and it looks pretty good
No compass it seems but neither has Moto 4G..... How is the battery?
The size draws me to this phone 5.2 screen is sensible imo. Screen ok? No gorilla glass i guess .... Does it pick.up fingerprints ie greasy marks,?
Cheers for any feedback :-)
Voted hot


Where did you get the unlock code from
kcspurs
little_green
kcspurs
anyone else have this phone. it seems to cheap. I been offered a p9 £130 with slight crack on the edge. but this is cheaper and new
When you say p9 do you mean p9 or p9 lite as there is a huge difference... To be fair both are better than this. The p9 would be substantially better.
a shop near me has a p9 for £150. it says slight damage but will sell it to me for £130. i have not looked at the phone yet. its definatly the p9 and not the lite version
sounds dodge that a shop would be willing to sell the p9 so cheap. go have a play with it make sure everything working, make sure it is definately the p9 & note the lite version (easy to tell them the difference metal body plastic body & 2 rear cam v 1) but it all seems ok then its defo the better deal
little_green
kcspurs
anyone else have this phone. it seems to cheap. I been offered a p9 £130 with slight crack on the edge. but this is cheaper and new
When you say p9 do you mean p9 or p9 lite as there is a huge difference... To be fair both are better than this. The p9 would be substantially better.
a shop near me has a p9 for £150. it says slight damage but will sell it to me for £130. i have not looked at the phone yet. its definatly the p9 and not the lite version
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Vodafone new sim launch deals - £19.00 per month gets you 16GB data, unltd texts and mins, also can be used when roaming, includes a years free subscription to sky sports, spotify or now tv

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Hey! first post so be nice, Vodafone have launched a new Sim only line and have a few launch deals available to 9th May so be quick. some of these packages include a years free subscription to sky s… Read More
Hey! first post so be nice, Vodafone have launched a new Sim only line and have a few launch deals available to 9th May so be quick. some of these packages include a years free subscription to sky s…
timtim1967 Avatar2w, 14h agoFound 2 weeks, 14 hours ago19 Comments
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nickeva
Would the Vodafone Advantage 30% discount be applicable to this Deal?

Unfortunately not... Tried earlier and called them. Only one discount can be applied at one time. They said they could take off the discount and add the VAD, but you'll be worse off.
Would the Vodafone Advantage 30% discount be applicable to this Deal?
acemelhaz
with mobiles.co.uk do you get the new global roaming the same as direct from voda


It's the exact same contract.
poisondwarf
gravy_davey
Go to mobiles co uk and can get this for £9.99 after cash back.

Can you really?
Exactly the same deal as on here?


Yes
rohits
gravy_davey
Go to mobiles co uk and can get this for £9.99 after cash back.
you have to send receipts for cash back.....what a hassle


Takes under a minute to do.
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Vodafone 12GB data unlimited min's & texts, 4GB of roaming data in the eu unlimited min's & texts eu + sky sports mobile or Spotify premium or now tv entertainment included £19.20/m 12 months first month free = £17.60 contract £230.40 Term @ Vodafone

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Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited texts and 12GB of data. The standard monthly cost for this is £32 (non-discounted cost), which will show on your My Vodafone account online. · With your discount… Read More
Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited texts and 12GB of data. The standard monthly cost for this is £32 (non-discounted cost), which will show on your My Vodafone account online. · With your discount…
verysleepy Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago4 Comments
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The deal on mobiles.co.uk is far better and you get 20gb of data for £10.50 pm after cash back.

Has anyone got any advice for existing customers and how they can leave and go back to get this deal?
This deal has been around for a while now and it might be just me but the link goes to a page which is somewhat different to that which I am use to when going to their website. Furthermore, unless I am looking at the wrong think, I can not see anything that states you get a month free?
or mobiles.co.uk 20gb + unltd mins/txts sim for £22.50pm but only £10.50 = £126 total for 12month after cashback by redemption which is so easy. Going to get that for myself.

Edited By: Skint1 on Apr 02, 2017 19:20
I got this deal with 20gb from voda for £22.20 last week
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Samsung S8 Vodafone 64Gb - £47 up front - £47pm x 24 months = £1,158.00

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£30 upfront but £85 Quidco. £47 a month for 24Gb of 4G and unlimited mins/sms. For those who can use employee discount 20% making the monthly £37. Want to hold out out for more cashback but s… Read More
£30 upfront but £85 Quidco. £47 a month for 24Gb of 4G and unlimited mins/sms. For those who can use employee discount 20% making the monthly £37. Want to hold out out for more cashback but s…
obsydian Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago10 Comments
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I don't fathom the logic of people insisting on buying the mobile outright then buying a seperate SIM. I've done both and found the latter a hassle.

Lets say you buy the mobile for £689, then a SIM deal (done allot of these for my tablets) for say £10 a month with 6-10GB of data (£240 over 2 years), so £889 over 2 years, so an effective £37 a month.

But doing the numbers, for those who get EA discount 20%, then after discount it is £37 a month anyway.

I know some might say you can sell if you buy it outright and upgrade anytime (well you can do that with a contract. Plus i found with my S5/S6 after a year they were barely worth 50%.

Anyway maybe i am missing something but maybe the Employee discount for Vodafone helps.
that's not a deal - that's a mugging
£1.115+ for a phone whether it's a new model or not, no matter whether this is the cheapest offer...who buys into a contract like this?!?

Edited By: LuckyL on Mar 30, 2017 10:24
No idea why people are voting this cold unless they can offer a better deal.
Regprentice
any existing vodafone customers renewing/retentions should be able to get 40-60% off that figure. im due to renew my contract in 6 weeks, carrying forward a 40% discount on a virtually identical tariff.
ive read a few 'how negotiate with vodafone' forum posts where people have negotiated 60% off but havent managed myself.
50 quid monthly headline price is madness
My bro is on vodafone so can always ask him to check the deal out. If not, I can get 15% off via my employer.
Seems better to me to buy the handset on the Samsung Upgrade Program and get a cheap sim-only deal, unless you really need 24gb data.
any existing vodafone customers renewing/retentions should be able to get 40-60% off that figure. im due to renew my contract in 6 weeks, carrying forward a 40% discount on a virtually identical tariff.

ive read a few 'how negotiate with vodafone' forum posts where people have negotiated 60% off but havent managed myself.

50 quid monthly headline price is madness
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vodafone fibre connection fee only a pound in-store and online EXTENDED till 2/5/201.007!

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vodafone are currently running a promotion till the 11th April 2017 for their fibre broadband the fibre connection fee is only a pound instead of 49 pound! very good price since a lot of providers cha… Read More
vodafone are currently running a promotion till the 11th April 2017 for their fibre broadband the fibre connection fee is only a pound instead of 49 pound! very good price since a lot of providers cha…
DSB690 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago12 Comments
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are they offer changable ip after each restart of modem?
matth5182
Rob_1304
matth5182
There is a design flaw with the Vodafone supplied router that prevents wired and wireless devices on the same network from seeing each other.
What do you mean by this? I can cast from my phone (wifi) to my Android TV (wired) so they must be seeing each other.
On the subject of the deal though, potential buyers should be cautious. It's not a particularly great service. The router is terrible, you can't use your own (so my dark knight is gathering dust until I can leave) and the connection is up and down. One minute I can stream 4k, then it'll struggle to stream 360p until I either wait a while or restart the router. Unfortunately for me I ran into problems after the cancellation period so now I'm stuck until the contract ends.
As soon as it's up I'm leaving Vodafone.
These seem to be the main problems and the reason I cancelled the order:
1. A Laptop connected on the Wifi 5Ghz channel cannot see a Server connected by LAN Cable, if you disable the 5ghz band you can see the server fine but it reduces the functionality of the router.
2. You cannot connect to a device via port forwarding using the external router IP from within the network. however you can access the device from outside the network.
As for you being able to screen mirror I think that uses WiFi direct and you may have your phone connected to the router but not on the 5ghz network so it is successful albeit at a slower speed than the router is capable of.
I'd heard that the connection is not particularly stable as you confirm and the forums are full of horror stories about the lack of customer service and over billing so I cancelled.
http://www.broadband.co.uk/help/broadband-consumer-advice/
nublets2k
Rob_1304
matth5182
There is a design flaw with the Vodafone supplied router that prevents wired and wireless devices on the same network from seeing each other.
What do you mean by this? I can cast from my phone (wifi) to my Android TV (wired) so they must be seeing each other.
On the subject of the deal though, potential buyers should be cautious. It's not a particularly great service. The router is terrible, you can't use your own (so my dark knight is gathering dust until I can leave) and the connection is up and down. One minute I can stream 4k, then it'll struggle to stream 360p until I either wait a while or restart the router. Unfortunately for me I ran into problems after the cancellation period so now I'm stuck until the contract ends.
As soon as it's up I'm leaving Vodafone.


Looks like it's been an issue for over a year. https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Pay-monthly-products-services/Vodafone-Home-Broadband-Vodafone-Connect/td-p/2434899


yeah, I would have expected a firmware update to resolve by now considering they point blank refuse to give you your log on so you can use your own router
Rob_1304
matth5182
There is a design flaw with the Vodafone supplied router that prevents wired and wireless devices on the same network from seeing each other.
What do you mean by this? I can cast from my phone (wifi) to my Android TV (wired) so they must be seeing each other.
On the subject of the deal though, potential buyers should be cautious. It's not a particularly great service. The router is terrible, you can't use your own (so my dark knight is gathering dust until I can leave) and the connection is up and down. One minute I can stream 4k, then it'll struggle to stream 360p until I either wait a while or restart the router. Unfortunately for me I ran into problems after the cancellation period so now I'm stuck until the contract ends.
As soon as it's up I'm leaving Vodafone.


Looks like it's been an issue for over a year. https://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Pay-monthly-products-services/Vodafone-Home-Broadband-Vodafone-Connect/td-p/2434899
Rob_1304
matth5182
There is a design flaw with the Vodafone supplied router that prevents wired and wireless devices on the same network from seeing each other.

What do you mean by this? I can cast from my phone (wifi) to my Android TV (wired) so they must be seeing each other.

On the subject of the deal though, potential buyers should be cautious. It's not a particularly great service. The router is terrible, you can't use your own (so my dark knight is gathering dust until I can leave) and the connection is up and down. One minute I can stream 4k, then it'll struggle to stream 360p until I either wait a while or restart the router. Unfortunately for me I ran into problems after the cancellation period so now I'm stuck until the contract ends.

As soon as it's up I'm leaving Vodafone.


These problems put me off:
1. A Laptop connected on the Wifi 5Ghz channel cannot see a Server connected by LAN Cable, if you disable the 5ghz band you can see the server fine but it reduces the functionality of the router.

2. you cannot connect to a device via port forwarding using the external router IP from within the network. however you can access the device from outside the network.
poor speeds and dropouts
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Vodafone free 250mb of data

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For vodafone customers, on the mobile app if you complete a feedback survey you can receive an additional 250mb of data. PAYG and monthly customers. Can only be redeemed every 30 days. Read More
For vodafone customers, on the mobile app if you complete a feedback survey you can receive an additional 250mb of data. PAYG and monthly customers. Can only be redeemed every 30 days.
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Thanks :D
Thanks
Muyhee
Do you have to download and install the vodafone app on the phone to get this free data?


Yup you have to download the app onto your mobile phone :D
Do you have to download and install the vodafone app on the phone to get this free data?
pengwyn
I'm lazy.... Three give you 200mb for doing **** all and it's faster... Well for me anyway cold from me


Well I'm not on three like probably most of the people here so I guess you better do that survey if you want the 250mb of data. It wont kill you to tick a few boxes :D
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Vodafone Fibre Broadband Ultd £23.00 pmth with half price connection and No Line Rental fees. Plus TCB available.

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Vodafone Home Fibre Unlimited Broadband 38. £23 pmth for existing customers or £26 for non customers. No line rental fees and it is currently half price connection at £24. Plus TCB are offerin… Read More
Vodafone Home Fibre Unlimited Broadband 38. £23 pmth for existing customers or £26 for non customers. No line rental fees and it is currently half price connection at £24. Plus TCB are offerin…
Gav1978 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago7 Comments
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We signed up a week ago and so far everything positive. Easy to set up, transferred on day they said it would and exceeding the speed predicted. More than happy.
This looks like a good deal. Given that land line telephony and broadband are pretty much utility supplies these days how much can go wrong? Duff router...without a solution..? First I have heard of it. But I have an open mind so if anybody has any links to prove there are real issues with Vodafone broadband please show me because I am thinking of going with this offer

Update
Strike that I have read about the issues. On the face of it if someone has the router creditials there maybe a way of getting 76mb fibre for the 38mb price which would be interesting :-) but the installation delays and other stuff is just a bit too worrying

Does anyone have a positive experience?

Edited By: RobRoy2 on Mar 25, 2017 11:23: Update
now connection fee is only 1 quid till 11th April
just to add, Vodafone will not provide you with your username or password to use your own router with their service. This is because their ADSL 17mb offer is actually a router throttled 38mb fibre connection.
There is a design flaw with the Vodafone supplied router that prevents wired and wireless devices from seeing each other.

Thankfully I read about all this before the 14 day cooling off period ended.
Dreadful company, cancelled before we went live. TCB didn't track. Just taken the BT deal
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Sony Experia E5 @ £85.00 (normal price £130) at Vodafone

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Sony Experia e5 Pay G phone at £85(includes £10 one time top up) and you can unlock after 30 days for free. Spec: 5 inch scratch resistant display 13MP rear and 5MP front camera 1.5GB RAM 16G… Read More
Sony Experia e5 Pay G phone at £85(includes £10 one time top up) and you can unlock after 30 days for free. Spec: 5 inch scratch resistant display 13MP rear and 5MP front camera 1.5GB RAM 16G…
rams98 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago8 Comments
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Link to working unlocked pls
Yu can unlock after 30 days for free or u can do it for 10gbp. I bought it.
4g but can't unlock
Is it 4G?
Gollywood
rams98
Why it's becoming cold?

What are the specs? Link not working for me
5 inch
13MP
1.5GBRAM
16GB Storage
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25% off selected Apple iPhone 7 cases £28.00 at Vodafone

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Some of the official apple cases on the vodafone site are 25% off making them cheaper than Apple direct. £28, RRP £35 Colours discounted White: http://shop.vodafone.co.uk/mShop/mobile-phone/acce… Read More
Some of the official apple cases on the vodafone site are 25% off making them cheaper than Apple direct. £28, RRP £35 Colours discounted White: http://shop.vodafone.co.uk/mShop/mobile-phone/acce…
Leeclump5 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago3 Comments
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TANDY
Avoid this....So much cheaper on ebay\amazon and pretty much most sites........
Exactly what I was thinking
Avoid this....So much cheaper on ebay\amazon and pretty much most sites........
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Vodafone 76mbps fibre £28.00pm + possible £80 TCB = £23.56pm

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This deal was posted a few months back, but I note that TCB are now offering £80 cashback for "broadband 76" orders. Get it while you still can. There's also 50% off a new line (£24) if you need it p… Read More
This deal was posted a few months back, but I note that TCB are now offering £80 cashback for "broadband 76" orders. Get it while you still can. There's also 50% off a new line (£24) if you need it p…
FamGuy Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago16 Comments
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dont forget to add in the connection fee
i was looking at moving to Vodafone fibre and that was the only thing that stopped me
As I said, I didn't pay it. And as I also wrote above there is currently 50% off connection if it's needed (£24). I moved from Sky who already have the line provisioned for these speeds (fibre max). They recently increased their line rental charges so I was able to get out of the £34 per month with Sky and get exactly the same speeds with Vodafone. It depends if fibre to the street cabinet has been installed yet. If not, then the company you're moving to will have to pay Openreach wholesale to provision it.
@FamGuy - how did you avoid the £24 connection fee - when looking at this, it is automatically added to your basket. Did they contact you and tell you that it would be refunded?
At the point of entering your phone number and postcode.
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ChambyR33
dont forget to add in the connection fee
i was looking at moving to Vodafone fibre and that was the only thing that stopped me
As I said, I didn't pay it. And as I also wrote above there is currently 50% off connection if it's needed (£24). I moved from Sky who already have the line provisioned for these speeds (fibre max). They recently increased their line rental charges so I was able to get out of the £34 per month with Sky and get exactly the same speeds with Vodafone. It depends if fibre to the street cabinet has been installed yet. If not, then the company you're moving to will have to pay Openreach wholesale to provision it.
@FamGuy - how did you avoid the £24 connection fee - when looking at this, it is automatically added to your basket. Did they contact you and tell you that it would be refunded?
ChambyR33
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ChambyR33
dont forget to add in the connection fee
i was looking at moving to Vodafone fibre and that was the only thing that stopped me
As I said, I didn't pay it. And as I also wrote above there is currently 50% off connection if it's needed (£24). I moved from Sky who already have the line provisioned for these speeds (fibre max). They recently increased their line rental charges so I was able to get out of the £34 per month with Sky and get exactly the same speeds with Vodafone. It depends if fibre to the street cabinet has been installed yet. If not, then the company you're moving to will have to pay Openreach wholesale to provision it.
i was going to have to pay it thats why i mentioned it
in the end i rung sky ( who im with too ) and they othered me very close to this deal with credit on my account to make up the difference which was good for me
would have happily gone to Vodafone but they just wouldnt budge on the fee for me

I've been with Sky for TV, broadband and phone for 11 years, they wouldn't offer me anything lower than £34 for a 70+mbps service.
Now enjoy netflix and amazon prime so will be getting shot of the sky box and terrestrial tv all together by the end of the summer.
I think they are having serious problems with loss of customers to rival services with 4k content and exclusive shows.
moorjock
Am sick of the slow and dropping connections here since i rejoined BT, i have three kids half the week all use tablets phones etc and BT have continually fobbed me off saying that is the reason for my bad dropping connection and that i need to upgrade to infinity two (they cannot guarantee anymore than 15 meg extra speed even though the cabinet is 150 yards away and the exchange is onle half a mile away). The half a week when i dont have my kids here my line drops and disconnects, weird that.Virgin are not enabled in this area, a great shame, looks a better option as all the competition locally is capped at 38 meg.
I had major issues with BT and connection drops when I first joined them, especially at peak times. Took some time to do my own troubleshooting and the issue I found was their DNS servers. At peak times they just can't handle the requests and you end up getting loads of timeouts on DNS lookups. This was made worse by them not allowing you to change the DNS servers their DHCP server sends out.

Resolved the problem by getting my own router and using that instead, something I would recommend over ISP's routers anyway. Since going down this route I rarely get any issues and rarely even restart my router. Plus my Router has some more business class features which allow me to prioritise my work traffic over my children's use of youtube :). I would be seriously considering this Vodafone deal only they don't allow you to use your own router, so it's a no from me.
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ChambyR33
dont forget to add in the connection fee
i was looking at moving to Vodafone fibre and that was the only thing that stopped me
As I said, I didn't pay it. And as I also wrote above there is currently 50% off connection if it's needed (£24). I moved from Sky who already have the line provisioned for these speeds (fibre max). They recently increased their line rental charges so I was able to get out of the £34 per month with Sky and get exactly the same speeds with Vodafone. It depends if fibre to the street cabinet has been installed yet. If not, then the company you're moving to will have to pay Openreach wholesale to provision it.




i was going to have to pay it thats why i mentioned it

in the end i rung sky ( who im with too ) and they othered me very close to this deal with credit on my account to make up the difference which was good for me

would have happily gone to Vodafone but they just wouldnt budge on the fee for me
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Huawei P8 Lite (2017) PAYG Vodafone £149.99 (+£10 top up) @ Vodafone

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Brand new phone with updated spec for 2017, includes new Android 7.0 (Nougat) Seems to be closer to £200 most other sellers. Need to purchase a min £10 Big Bundle top up at purchase. Key Feature… Read More
Brand new phone with updated spec for 2017, includes new Android 7.0 (Nougat) Seems to be closer to £200 most other sellers. Need to purchase a min £10 Big Bundle top up at purchase. Key Feature…
gonchong Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago25 Comments
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not even worth £200 with no quick charge
on GSM arena web site shows no gyro sensor. but most people said it has Gyro sensor.
Huawei P8 Lite (2017) UK Model does it have Gyroscope? if yes can you take a screen shot? use Sensors Multitool app or CPU Z from Google Play store to see what sensors it has then take screen shot for proof. thanks
P.S. Gyro scope is for VR virtual reality or Pokemon go game using your camera to see monsters sitting on your bed, carpet etc,
Like little_green mentioned, I've never heard of Vodafone coming unlocked, Vodafone bloatware on my last mob too but that was a long time ago but maybe things have changed. Today I ventured back into the Vodafone shop on the passing just to lay it to rest and as expected its locked.

poisondwarf

Is there a huge difference between the camera on the 2017 P8 lite as against the new moto g5?

There isn't much in it camera wise when comparing to the basic Moto G5 imo, the G5 Plus will be a different story.

I took some pictures with the P8 Lite (2017) in-store yesterday, 2 of the Vodafone shop, 1 close up of the display card showing the specs and one through the shop window looking onto a shopping mall. Opened up the gallery for a swatch at them and they all looked really good.

Specifications linky below.
http://www.phonearena.com/phones/compare/Huawei-P8-lite-2017,Motorola-Moto-G5,Motorola-Moto-G5-Plus/phones/10401,10421,10398
shame theres no fast charge otherwise I would of got this I got a g4 instead waiting for g5 to come out

Edited By: accyuklad on Mar 12, 2017 11:33
Arbk66
Had a play around with this in a Vodafone store today, I was really impressed with it, you get a lot for your £149 (159). The wife's in the market for a new mobile, budgets £160 (its a sign lol) looking to replace her dated Moto G (3rd Gen) with the new Moto G5 but we may have found a new contender in the Huawei P8 lite (2017).

Is there a huge difference between the camera on the 2017 P8 lite as against the new moto g5?
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Vodafone -unlimited minutes and texts with 3GB data for 8.49 Per month 12m contract £101.88

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Retention deal Could not find it any cheaper anywhere. No hassle of cashback etc. Read More
Retention deal Could not find it any cheaper anywhere. No hassle of cashback etc.
skss Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago7 Comments
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I did bad reading above..1000 minutes, unlimited texts and 3gb for £9 (12 months)

They kept asking if I knew people who worked at certain places to get 15% off though, which I don't.

Edited By: geebeegooner on Feb 27, 2017 22:01
poshaffi
i got u/mins & u/texts & 4gb data for 5 months free then £8.50 for next 7months retention deal from Vodafone


That's a good deal - I'm really rubbish at the retention deals. How did you manage to get that? (I got 10.80 for 4gb ultd mins texts originally)
i got u/mins & u/texts & 4gb data for 5 months free then £8.50 for next 7months retention deal from Vodafone

Edited By: poshaffi on Feb 27, 2017 21:37: missing information
I got a retentions deal last year, unltd mins, texts and 4gb of data for £10.80...i told them can you round it off to £10 so they did a credit add on, but not sure what they did, they are only charging me £7.49 each month.
They don't have the deal
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Vodafone SIM only deal 12 month contract! £20 a month 20gb data unlimited text/minutes 2gb roaming data (Possible £14.83 a month if you qualify - £178 for 12months) £240.00

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(Not sure if this in-store as I upgraded online, didn't want the hassle of cash back and changing my number etc so its not a bad deal! Better then the £31.50 I was paying for 2 years) *£10 fee* Read More
(Not sure if this in-store as I upgraded online, didn't want the hassle of cash back and changing my number etc so its not a bad deal! Better then the £31.50 I was paying for 2 years) *£10 fee*
Tiddly_fiddly Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago20 Comments
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Just an update, I have not been charged the £10 fee. Its not shown up on my current bill. Or next months bill
Cheers just done this....

If you work for one of the VAD organisations you can share it with up to 5 family and friends.

I have a friend in NHS so will just get her to apply on my behalf.
amoulden
Tiddly_fiddly
No, not for this bundle. But for £25 a month (25gb data unlimited text/minutes 4gb roaming)http://www.mobilessoup.tk/oh.jpg you get the option to choose from: Sky Sports, Now TV and Spotify :)
amoulden
Did you get free a choice of free bundles with this(ie Spotify etc)?
Maybe you could have haggled harder. I threatened to leave last week and they gave me an extra 2gb of data ( 22gb in total) Free Spotify of which I usually pay separatly for and 4gb of roaming data all for £18.50
well you got a deal there. :)
Beware of Vodafone they are "Crooks" they overcharge people and their Customer Services process will give you a heart attack, because you get nowhere fast, they should be exposed by Watchdog and closed down for ruining peoples lives allowing them to go well over their limits and not informing them until the bill is astronomical SHOULDN'T BE ALLOWED
sab
The £10 fee will show on month 2

Thanks
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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. Read More
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 Avatar2m, 22h agoFound 2 months, 22 hours ago3 Comments
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89£ O2 "like new"
Mediatech ****
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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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… Read More
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 Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago31 Comments
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Used to have a business Vodafone account. UK based support and was difficult to fault them, some of the best customer service I've had from any network. Shame it was just a bit too expensive!
Worst customer service ever!
kye1987
If it's rolling, good luck cancelling. My wife phoned to give notice, gave notice on online chat, and wrote a letter. They sent us an email whilst on holiday thanking us for staying with them and sent a phone out!

Then they accepted it was a mixture of their fault and possibly fraud by another party. But a year later we go for a mortgage and guess what? It fails as they left a bad report on her credit history so we had to mess around getting that removed!

Long story short, never use vodafone


I think Vodafone are having more problems than others at the moment, but they are not worse than others historically. 3 did something similar to a friend of mine and orange did something very similar to my wife which put her in bad credit for years because a salesman wanted commission.
If it's rolling, good luck cancelling. My wife phoned to give notice, gave notice on online chat, and wrote a letter. They sent us an email whilst on holiday thanking us for staying with them and sent a phone out!

Then they accepted it was a mixture of their fault and possibly fraud by another party. But a year later we go for a mortgage and guess what? It fails as they left a bad report on her credit history so we had to mess around getting that removed!

Long story short, never use vodafone
I have a small business account with them and called up expecting a fight - had 3 things to address: under a minute wait to speak to someone, offshore advisor but polite and efficiently resolved all 3 things. So while I expected it to be bad, I can't really say it has been and I still haven't had a compelling reason to leave, which is the opposite to the experience I had with EE/T-Mobile.
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Motorola Moto G4 Play £75.00 from Vodafone (£85 with a Big Value Bundle)

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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 Read More
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
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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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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Contacting Vodafone

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