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Vodafone Sure Signal: £20.00 (usually £50)

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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Just £20 (was £50) - online only
Use Voucher code VSS20
Only 2,000 devices at this great price


Vodafone Sure Signal is ideal for boosting mobile signal at home, in the office and in places where no mobile network operator can provide a strong signal. For example in buildings with thick walls, the countryside or a basement flat.

All you have to do is connect Sure Signal to the fixed-line broadband in your home, or at work.

You can register up to 32 numbers with Sure Signal - from 3G phones to mobile internet dongles and other 3G devices. Then up to four people can enjoy a strengthened signal at any one time. So there'll be no more missed calls or delayed texts - and no waiting ages for web pages to load.

Sure Signal is also a great way to go if you want to reduce your home or office landline use - it makes your mobile phone calls crystal clear. So why not make the most of your price plan - and even save money by not having two different phone bills?

What you need to enjoy great 3G reception:
- Fixed-line broadband with a speed of at least 1Mbps
- At least one Vodafone 3G mobile phone or dongle
- Sure Signal box - now for just a one-off cost of £20
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#1
Good Deal!
#2
nublets2k
Good Deal!

If you can get it to work...mine usually waits until my boss is calling to drop out and leave me running around the house trying to get my usual 1-bar of signal!
#3
Good find!
#4
Good deal, bravo. Heat added.
#5
Can you use this for non vodaphone phones?. What if I set up a using a Vodaphone free sim but then don't use it after would this work?.
#6
Good find, shame I paid £50 a couple of weeks ago :/
#7
Great deal!! Wanted one for ages but didn't want to spend £50.
Thank you!
#8
markvirgo
Can you use this for non vodaphone phones?. What if I set up a using a Vodaphone free sim but then don't use it after would this work?.
No, only vodafone - and the numbers have to be added to the suresignal 24 hours in advance.
#9
Possible £1 quidco? Had mine tracked but may not pay out?
#10
Have been waiting for these to drop in price, £50 is a farce
#12
Great price. Reliability isn't fantastic though and most annoyingly, any data used over the Sure Signal uses up your mobile contract's data allowance, even though it isn't going over the mobile network (but it is going on to Vodafone's network from the Sure Signal).
#13
I find a much better way of boosting the signal is to make a cone hat out of aluminium foil. It funnels the signal through your head to your phone. Doing this I've found my signal bars to increase by at least one or two but you can sometimes get a little radio interference.
1 Like #14
If you're on a contract they should be giving these out for free.
#15
The error seems to have been rectified now....

Wish HMV had acted so fast on 12 month xbox live gold deal for £2.99
#16
This has NOT expired. Please un-expire.
#17
What muppet expired this - I've just ordered.
#18
ordered, thanks. pls unexpire and i want to vote hot.
#19
I suspect that I know the answer, but does anyone know whether you still have to pay for mobile Internet access while you're using the SureSignal?
#20
just ordered great stuff been wanting one for ages
#21
These are absolutely useless in my opinion, they are very temperamental, picking up signal and then dropping it again, leave you dropping calls within the house all the time if you don't have a generally good signal from Vodafone in your area, would never buy one of these, only have one because they gave me it free with a phone contract.
#22
HSpin
I suspect that I know the answer, but does anyone know whether you still have to pay for mobile Internet access while you're using the SureSignal?


From what I read, the answer is yes ; but wouldn't you use WiFi at home? I bought one to improve my call reception/quality.
#23
At least they call it Sure Signal now, when Voda launched it was called the Vodafone VAG

(Vodafone Access Gateway)


:D
#24
now voted hot.
#25
unexpire - works fine!
#26
scoobeesnac
HSpin
I suspect that I know the answer, but does anyone know whether you still have to pay for mobile Internet access while you're using the SureSignal?


From what I read, the answer is yes ; but wouldn't you use WiFi at home? I bought one to improve my call reception/quality.


Your question is fair: the reason that WiFi is no use to me is that my Nokia 5230 has 3G but no WiFi.

Edited By: HSpin on Oct 25, 2010 17:53: clarification
#27
Why expired? I just ordered one a minute ago!
#28
Got one a while ago and it didnt work even after changing loads of settings for my Netgear router.
Doesnt work with some ISPs they block the VSS from working.
Some routers dont work with the VSS even after changing settings.
You need at least a 1MB connection for it to work.

Edited By: SilverBlack on Oct 25, 2010 18:03: .............
#29
Just ordered and thanks OP. I don't have Vodafone but a couple of mates do and when they visit they cannot get a good signal so for £20 it's worth it to keep them happy. Heat added (if unexpired!).
#30
PeteHerts
Just ordered and thanks OP. I don't have Vodafone but a couple of mates do and when they visit they cannot get a good signal so for £20 it's worth it to keep them happy. Heat added (if unexpired!).

You will need to register all of their mobile numbers on the VSS website.
#31
Cheers SilverBlack I will do.
#32
Why are people buying these. If you have little or no signal there is nothing to stop you changing providers. It is about time people made a stand and not accept poor signals. They take enough money from us. Rant over, time for a cup of tea now.
#33
bodderz - Oct 25, 2010 17:11I find a much better way of boosting the signal is to make a cone hat out of aluminium foil. It funnels the signal through your head to your phone. Doing this I've found my signal bars to increase by at least one or two but you can sometimes get a little radio interference.

Sounds amazing, could you post a picture, it would give an idea of dimensions and angles.oO
#34
At my house only tmobile gets a signal, orange does upstairs nd 3 in one corner of my bedroom but nowt else I've tried. If there was one of these that worked for all networks I'd be tempted, but its no use to me if just vodafone.
#35
Heat added, thanks for this.
VF told me a week or two ago that they couldnt reduce it to less than £40 as they would be making a loss... Told them to keep it as I knew others had got them for £20.
Ordered. :)
#36
This always seemed a bit of a con to me. You pay for your internet connection and then pay for the box. Then you make a call and vodafone take it out of your monthly minutes allowance.
#37
'Scuse the 'doh! factor here ... but would this work o O2 .. and if not .. do O2 do summat similar? I take it .. No to both? Cheers anyway ;-)
#38
does this work with payg and is there a monthly fee? as to me it looks like its £5 a month? so your paying them extra £5 a month for there network shortfallings?
#39
BruceEBonus
'Scuse the 'doh! factor here ... but would this work o O2 .. and if not .. do O2 do summat similar? I take it .. No to both? Cheers anyway ;-)

No and no.
#40
Gavin01
does this work with payg and is there a monthly fee? as to me it looks like its £5 a month? so your paying them extra £5 a month for there network shortfallings?

It works with PAYG and Monthly and theres no monthly charge only whatever you pay your ISP.

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