Vodafone 50GB Data Sim 4G one month rolling with or without mifi device £25pm @ Carphone Warehouse - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
326

Vodafone 50GB Data Sim 4G one month rolling with or without mifi device £25.00pm @ Carphone Warehouse

£25.00 @ Carphone Warehouse
I manage to miss all the ee deals this month and this is the next best deal I found today, hope it helps someone. Seller: Carphone warehouse Provider: Vodafone Contract: 1 month rolling I… Read More
coolchow Avatar
2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
I manage to miss all the ee deals this month and this is the next best deal I found today, hope it helps someone.

Seller: Carphone warehouse

Provider: Vodafone

Contract: 1 month rolling

Inclusive: 50GB, 1GB wifi & roaming 2GB

Price per month: £25 (£30 with £5 promotional discount)

Speed: 4G up to 150mbs apparently.

Vodaphone mifi available for extra £19.99

Update: Quidco £20 tracked, so hopefully it can pay for the mifi device
coolchow Avatar
2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Options

All Comments

(19) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?
#2
Red.Devil
Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?


It does not say in the small print if you can or not. I doubt you can, because if you cancel the contract, most likely put you back to pay as you go. Any Vodafone users can comment?
1 Like #3
Red.Devil
Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?


No, once you cancel, you cancel. It's a rolling contract, not pay as you go.
1 Like #4
Red.Devil
Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?
Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look tech savvy), but search for "24GB three sim" - I think they were less than £30 recently - preloaded pay & go data sims that last the shorter of 24GB or 24 months. EE also do then, but much more expensive (think I saw a deal for 6GB/3 months at £9 - that had an RRP of £30 & street price £15 when I last looked). Note that EE will let you use them in phones, where shockingly three won't (i.e. use an old phone as a MIFI & three will suspend data)!
#5
Can the router(Vodafone R216) be unlocked?
1 Like #6
mspychala
Can the router(Vodafone R216) be unlocked?


Yes it cost £9 from vodaphone to unlock.
#7
I got the same deal at Currys last week. Using it now. Quite fast and easy to set.
#8
coolchow
mspychala
Can the router(Vodafone R216) be unlocked?
Yes it cost £9 from vodaphone to unlock.

It's a rebadged huaewei (or however you spell it) so it can be unlocked for free.
#9
Great deal. Offer ends 9th April according to the site
#11


£25.50 with 64GB 4G max 24 month contract with free mobile wifi
#12
bma1445
coolchow
mspychala
Can the router(Vodafone R216) be unlocked?
Yes it cost £9 from vodaphone to unlock.

It's a rebadged huaewei (or however you spell it) so it can be unlocked for free.


How do you unlock it for free?
#13
anthole


£25.50 with 64GB 4G max 24 month contract with free mobile wifi


I think this EE deal is cold because it locks you down for 24months and prices can go up from 1st april. Also personally I wouldn't go for this deal because there was EE 1 month rolling 64GB for around £17 a month and also the 32GB for £14.99. When those deals come back again I will cut the vodaphone and hope back on the EE.
#14
Got the 25 a month deal at Christmas. The next month they took 30. I called them they agreed to reduce to 18 a month. They refunded me the 5 pounds off the next bill. Next month they charged me 30 again saying last month I was 5 pounds short. Which was wrong should of been 18 minus the 12 and 5.
Absolute nightmare customer service
1 Like #15
jnm21
Red.Devil
Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?
Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look tech savvy), but search for "24GB three sim" - I think they were less than £30 recently - preloaded pay & go data sims that last the shorter of 24GB or 24 months. EE also do then, but much more expensive (think I saw a deal for 6GB/3 months at £9 - that had an RRP of £30 & street price £15 when I last looked). Note that EE will let you use them in phones, where shockingly three won't (i.e. use an old phone as a MIFI & three will suspend data)!
Hi let’s look at things logically here, there are a lot of people on here are of all age ranges.

Home Computing technology started to really take off and spread from the mid 1980’s. Microsoft first shipped Windows –DOS in 1985 (more wide spread than previous IBM and Apple machines), loading was for the suck and the term lag did not seem to have been invented yet, I know it’s hard to imagine but pls try.

Schools had a slow uptake of computers/tech training due to funding and questions of how much IT&devises were taking off but there were improvements from late 1980s into 1990s. The internet was available to the public from about the same time and grew exponentially. Improvements just kept coming year after year. In 1994 The IBM Simon was one of the first smart phones to be widely commercially available and only in the U.S! Nokia’s were available from mid 1990s and Ericsson from 2000s
Iphones weren’t launched until 2007!

So computers /internet(that were/are commercially accessible to all) have been around for well over 30 years, and smart phones for far less time.
Age range wise people over mid 40s would not have had (on the whole) basic computer training at school or the opportunity to have smart phones when young. Although people of all ages can catch up a bit not everyone will have learnt as much as generations below them, that have had the massive benefit from the newest tech.

I try to not discriminate or insult people old or young because of their lack of opportunities, age or life choices.

I also think it’s important, if someone is getting angry at a parent for being slow with their computer or not knowing about their phone, it’s important to remember that that person taught you to how to use a spoon! The least you can do is have a bit of patience.

I agree with you that companies do seem to be giving worse deals recently.
#16
Si1
jnm21
Red.Devil
Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?
Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look tech savvy), but search for "24GB three sim" - I think they were less than £30 recently - preloaded pay & go data sims that last the shorter of 24GB or 24 months. EE also do then, but much more expensive (think I saw a deal for 6GB/3 months at £9 - that had an RRP of £30 & street price £15 when I last looked). Note that EE will let you use them in phones, where shockingly three won't (i.e. use an old phone as a MIFI & three will suspend data)!
Hi let’s look at things logically here, there are a lot of people on here are of all age ranges.

Home Computing technology started to really take off and spread from the mid 1980’s. Microsoft first shipped Windows –DOS in 1985 (more wide spread than previous IBM and Apple machines), loading was for the suck and the term lag did not seem to have been invented yet, I know it’s hard to imagine but pls try.

Schools had a slow uptake of computers/tech training due to funding and questions of how much IT&devises were taking off but there were improvements from late 1980s into 1990s. The internet was available to the public from about the same time and grew exponentially. Improvements just kept coming year after year. In 1994 The IBM Simon was one of the first smart phones to be widely commercially available and only in the U.S! Nokia’s were available from mid 1990s and Ericsson from 2000s
Iphones weren’t launched until 2007!

So computers /internet(that were/are commercially accessible to all) have been around for well over 30 years, and smart phones for far less time.
Age range wise people over mid 40s would not have had (on the whole) basic computer training at school or the opportunity to have smart phones when young. Although people of all ages can catch up a bit not everyone will have learnt as much as generations below them, that have had the massive benefit from the newest tech.

I try to not discriminate or insult people old or young because of their lack of opportunities, age or life choices.

I also think it’s important, if someone is getting angry at a parent for being slow with their computer or not knowing about their phone, it’s important to remember that that person taught you to how to use a spoon! The least you can do is have a bit of patience.

I agree with you that companies do seem to be giving worse deals recently.


People over mid 40's would not have had basic computer training at school? :D Now that's offensive.
#17
mtuk1
Si1
jnm21
Red.Devil
Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?
Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look tech savvy), but search for "24GB three sim" - I think they were less than £30 recently - preloaded pay & go data sims that last the shorter of 24GB or 24 months. EE also do then, but much more expensive (think I saw a deal for 6GB/3 months at £9 - that had an RRP of £30 & street price £15 when I last looked). Note that EE will let you use them in phones, where shockingly three won't (i.e. use an old phone as a MIFI & three will suspend data)!
Hi let’s look at things logically here, there are a lot of people on here are of all age ranges.
Home Computing technology started to really take off and spread from the mid 1980’s. Microsoft first shipped Windows –DOS in 1985 (more wide spread than previous IBM and Apple machines), loading was for the suck and the term lag did not seem to have been invented yet, I know it’s hard to imagine but pls try.
Schools had a slow uptake of computers/tech training due to funding and questions of how much IT&devises were taking off but there were improvements from late 1980s into 1990s. The internet was available to the public from about the same time and grew exponentially. Improvements just kept coming year after year. In 1994 The IBM Simon was one of the first smart phones to be widely commercially available and only in the U.S! Nokia’s were available from mid 1990s and Ericsson from 2000s
Iphones weren’t launched until 2007!
So computers /internet(that were/are commercially accessible to all) have been around for well over 30 years, and smart phones for far less time.
Age range wise people over mid 40s would not have had (on the whole) basic computer training at school or the opportunity to have smart phones when young. Although people of all ages can catch up a bit not everyone will have learnt as much as generations below them, that have had the massive benefit from the newest tech.
I try to not discriminate or insult people old or young because of their lack of opportunities, age or life choices.
I also think it’s important, if someone is getting angry at a parent for being slow with their computer or not knowing about their phone, it’s important to remember that that person taught you to how to use a spoon! The least you can do is have a bit of patience.
I agree with you that companies do seem to be giving worse deals recently.
People over mid 40's would not have had basic computer training at school? :D Now that's offensive.
No , that's trying to put things in perspective. Its a great time to be alive.
#19
jnm21
Red.Devil
Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?
Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look tech savvy), but search for "24GB three sim" - I think they were less than £30 recently - preloaded pay & go data sims that last the shorter of 24GB or 24 months. EE also do then, but much more expensive (think I saw a deal for 6GB/3 months at £9 - that had an RRP of £30 & street price £15 when I last looked). Note that EE will let you use them in phones, where shockingly three won't (i.e. use an old phone as a MIFI & three will suspend data)!
To all who helped me in this - thank you very much, I'm now sorted. To this muppet jnm21 - try to be less rude to people requiring a bit of advice.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!