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Vodafone SIM Only £9/pm Unlimited Calls, Texts 20GB 4G Data - (£20/month before cash back) from E2Save £240.00

£240.00 @ e2save
Similar to the one already posted but this one is even cheaper. Unlimited calls, texts and 20GB 4G data on Vodafone SIM Only from E2save. £20/pm over 12 months, however £132 cashback brings it … Read More
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10m, 2d agoFound 10 months, 2 days ago
Similar to the one already posted but this one is even cheaper.

Unlimited calls, texts and 20GB 4G data on Vodafone SIM Only from E2save.

£20/pm over 12 months, however £132 cashback brings it down to £9 a month. Cracking deal.
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#1
Is the cash back automatic or do you have to send crummy receipts?
#2
Not sure it's the same as the previous ones, it's the red bundle, not "Red Value", so the Red bundle doesn't come with 12 months free entertainment pack (so no free 12 months for NowTV Entertainment, Spotify Premium or Sky Mobile)
#3
Cash back will be online PDF of bill, I've used them a few times they've never not sent the cheque. And you're right @liamo Vodafone have changed all of their plans again and they don't include the free entertainment pack anymore on these specific plans.
1 Like #4
Or £5.50 after cashback for 8GB of data.
#5
great deal - already on Vodafone and out of contract, can I keep my phone number? can't find any info about this...
#6
Cold no iphone 7 with it..:p
#7
Jabeat
great deal - already on Vodafone and out of contract, can I keep my phone number? can't find any info about this...
u can always transfer ur number to any other pay as u go sim and then can come back....
#8
Vodafone are really going for it with their tariffs.
1 Like #9
msharif911
Vodafone are really going for it with their tariffs.
They have been losing millions of customers over the last few years, third party incompetent customer care really will do it.
#10
Jabeat
great deal - already on Vodafone and out of contract, can I keep my phone number? can't find any info about this...
You'll have to take a new contract then get your number transferred over to it. (They'll likely move your old one to PAYG and then transfer it that way). It's doable but not as simple as upgrading
#11
tomj17
Jabeat
great deal - already on Vodafone and out of contract, can I keep my phone number? can't find any info about this...
You'll have to take a new contract then get your number transferred over to it. (They'll likely move your old one to PAYG and then transfer it that way). It's doable but not as simple as upgrading

I have been told before that you cannot migrate number within the same network, or maybe simply the supplier do not allow it.

So you need to get PAC code transfer it out to a different network, and do the same process transfer it back again onto the sim card which contains the package you want.
#12
huangxq2
tomj17
Jabeat
great deal - already on Vodafone and out of contract, can I keep my phone number? can't find any info about this...
You'll have to take a new contract then get your number transferred over to it. (They'll likely move your old one to PAYG and then transfer it that way). It's doable but not as simple as upgrading
I have been told before that you cannot migrate number within the same network, or maybe simply the supplier do not allow it.
So you need to get PAC code transfer it out to a different network, and do the same process transfer it back again onto the sim card which contains the package you want.

The process with Vodafone doesn't require a PAC, you just have to get your current number moved to PAYG (Customer Services will do this) and then move it onto your new contract.
#13
huangxq2
tomj17
Jabeat
great deal - already on Vodafone and out of contract, can I keep my phone number? can't find any info about this...
You'll have to take a new contract then get your number transferred over to it. (They'll likely move your old one to PAYG and then transfer it that way). It's doable but not as simple as upgrading

I have been told before that you cannot migrate number within the same network, or maybe simply the supplier do not allow it.

So you need to get PAC code transfer it out to a different network, and do the same process transfer it back again onto the sim card which contains the package you want.



Your allowed to take another contract and transfer the number on the same network. The network don't like it as they see it as a churn (losing a customer and then returning).
#14
Does this include Euro roaming and tethering allowance?
#15
I too want to know if this includes Euro roaming and tethering allowance

Edited By: Gourls on Sep 20, 2016 20:21
#16
moogaloo
Does this include Euro roaming and tethering allowance?
Gourls
I too want to know if this includes Euro roaming and tethering allowance

Yes! This one includes Unlimited Roaming EU Calls and Texts and 2GB of roaming data. It's not displayed on the website but it's included in the tariff as I have one. You can tether the full 20GB of data also in the UK, or the 2GB when abroad.

Edited By: tomj17 on Sep 20, 2016 21:04
#17
Just ordered this deal and quidco has tracked at £15 so this makes it £7.75 a month with cashbacks!!
#18
I have received my SIm and can only get 2G where I live. Been on the phone to them several times to cancel but had no joy. So I've now just cancelled the DD.
#19
msharif911
I have received my SIm and can only get 2G where I live. Been on the phone to them several times to cancel but had no joy. So I've now just cancelled the DD.

Just an update in case it helps anyone. If you need to cancel within the 14 days (like I did). It has to be done with mobiles.co.uk and not with Vodafone. If you call them you will be on hold for hours on a premium rate number. Use the "contact us" form on the website. I did this at the weekend and a nice bloke called me first thing Monday morning, got it sorted and emailed me proof of the request to cancel.
#20
Crikey this has to be the best SIMO deal ever, I am gobsmacked. Of course, Voda has slipped from being the premier network 20 years ago to pretty cruddy but I have been with them for those 20 years and they can still assemble a good deal to keep me suckered. Just did a data speedtest for voda in my kitchen and it's pretty good. So, this SIM will be my "backup" for when the broadband stops working (which it does a lot - I can't get broadband through the phone line, have to hitch a ride on a microwave link to the next village, sounds **** and it is but hey BT can't be @r5ed to get broadband to me and I live 3 miles from the M25! rant over)

Well done OP and well done voda
#21
Sorry to belabour the point, but I just got my £15 quidco tracked. So another £1pm cheaper. If you can stand Voda ( I can) then this looks great. I also noticed a similar deal via mobiles.co.uk with a higher price but more heat. Don't understand that and am a bit worried I'm missing something...
#22
I think it's just because I don't have much of a reputation so it didn't go high. I saw the deal on here that was dead high as well but then it's cheaper from E2 Save who is the same company anyway so it's not a bad deal. Vodafone really isn't the best network but you're not going to get £9 for the same deal from anyone else and they're not *that* bad because I have a signal pretty much everywhere but not motorways
#23
Shocking reception (not as advertised)
#24
Harry_Potter
Shocking reception (not as advertised)
I admit it's not that great when compared to some other networks but it always works for me in the cities where it matters. Their 4G coverage is quite strong now.
#25
Can it be capped, preferably at zero?

I'd rather just pay the £240 upfront & dump the connection to my bank.
#26
ibiza
Can it be capped, preferably at zero?
I'd rather just pay the £240 upfront & dump the connection to my bank.
No. you can pay up front and have the balance sitting on the account but you'll need to leave the direct debit in place, they won't request any money via it though.

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