Vodafone USB Modem Stick - TopUp and Go £29 or £19 (after £10 quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Instant access when you need it - and no more paying when you don't. TopUp and Go gives you all the flexibility of Mobile Broadband, without the monthly contract.

With download speeds of up to 3.6Mbps, it's faster than 3G. Your USB Modem even comes pre-loaded with 1GB of data - that's 30 hours surfing, 650 emails and dozens of downloads. And when your credit runs out, simply top up to enjoy more of the same - fast, reliable broadband that covers 80% of the UK.

No contract. No monthly bill. No fuss. Get this cracking deal now for just £29 (was 34.99) - then top up whenever it suits you.

This price includes a £15 credit, ie, 1Gb of data and is ideal for a light user or as backup

(NOTE: you need to used once every 6 months otherwise you will lose you credit)
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#1
As long as you use it every six months does your credit continue to roll over? The specification isn't clear (in fact all it mentions is no 30-day expiry which is a bit misleading), nor are the reviews as some people have complained about it not being good for a back-up because they've lost their credit, while someone else mentioned setting up a reminder to use it within the six months.
#2
Vodafone is the best backup for internet in the market at the moment. You'll have to use it every once in awhile so it doesn't go inactive. But compare to all other PAYG, they are the best. All others PAYG expire within 1 month.
#3
mac_d
As long as you use it every six months does your credit continue to roll over? The specification isn't clear (in fact all it mentions is no 30-day expiry which is a bit misleading), nor are the reviews as some people have complained about it not being good for a back-up because they've lost their credit, while someone else mentioned setting up a reminder to use it within the six months.


Yes if the credit keeps rolling on forever (as long as you don't have a gap in usage of over 6 months)
#4
anyone know a link to unlock it to use with a payg sim ?

a free site :-) .. not gonna pay for an unlock lol
#5
And mine came with a 1gb micro sd memory card................
#6
I posted this deal when it worked out at £29 some months ago - this is HOT HOT HOT HOT!!!!

Best for 3G/GPRS through this method and as long as you surf for 1 min every 6 months the credit does NOT run out.
1 Like #7
:thumbsup:There is a little flap at the top of the usb stick with a sim card inside.
Instead of topping up, buy a new sim card for £6-7 on ebay, with £15 credit.
Loads of people selling the sim cards on ebay.
Making it the best deal for mobile broadband.
#8
Bought a Vodaphone dongle August 26th :http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/55004...ick-topup-and-

Came with £15 credit and I've still got £11 left and used it last night and the night before so I know the credit still works. Did not track at quidco for the stated £10 and I had to wait 3 months to submit and enquiry and it quidco says "enquiry being processed" - I doubt I'll get the £10, utter, utter b**..... EDIT: Quidco tracked and now VALIDATED - woohoo, there is hope I'll be getting the £10 Quidco!!!! :-)

Still, for occasional use with virtually no expiry of credit (connect just once in 6 months) on a decent network I think Vod' offer the best mobile broadband solution
#9
Does the Dongle come with any memory onboard?
#10
logib
Does the Dongle come with any memory onboard?


It has a micro sd slot. Will have onboard memory for the software but dont know its size.
#11
Just noticed that the Vodafone website has updated its Mobile Broadband PAYG to 30 days expire, WTF?
#12
logib;7371594
Just noticed that the Vodafone website has updated its Mobile Broadband PAYG to 30 days expire, WTF?



Do you have a link?
#13
shaggydabbydo
Do you have a link?


Link:
http://shop.vodafone.co.uk/shop/mobile-broadband-devices/usb-modem-stick-topup-and-go-white?compatible=false

Does anybody know if this affects existing contracts? Dirty of vodafone to do this. Even if it does bring them in line with the other networks.

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