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30% discount on Vodafone plans (For existing customers near end of contract or eligible for upgrade)
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30% discount on Vodafone plans (For existing customers near end of contract or eligible for upgrade)

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Posted 25th Nov 2019

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I recently renewed my sim only plan with Vodafone and thought this might be handy for the people who are with the network.

I got 20GB of data unlimited texts and minutes for just 14 per month on sim only.

To get this deal yo have to ring and say you want to leave as you have found a better deal elsewhere the retention team will then offer you this deal for 17 pounds a month, refuse that and let them give you your PAC code at this point they will put you through to a department called super save this department is able to give you 30% discount on normal prices so this deal ends up being 14 pounds per month or you could opt for a deal with a handset and get 30% off the normal monthly price.
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I'm at the end of contract this month, however I don't want more data (I have 6GB and its enough for me). I do want to pay less per month though and I doubt they'll give me that. They're lowest plan is HIGHER than what I actually pay.

I will try though, thanks for the reminder.
May be worth quoting the three unlimited everything including go binge and global roaming for £18
cheekytrucker25/11/2019 14:18

May be worth quoting the three unlimited everything including go binge and …May be worth quoting the three unlimited everything including go binge and global roaming for £18


No thanks. Three coverage is horrible.
Spinal2k25/11/2019 14:08

I'm at the end of contract this month, however I don't want more data (I …I'm at the end of contract this month, however I don't want more data (I have 6GB and its enough for me). I do want to pay less per month though and I doubt they'll give me that. They're lowest plan is HIGHER than what I actually pay.I will try though, thanks for the reminder.


Yes seems the lowest one is 10GB at 15 pound so would be 10.50 with the discount which is a bit of a rip off, unfortunately they dont have many low data deals on the website.
sgru25/11/2019 14:32

No thanks. Three coverage is horrible.


Not for everyone, it can help with bargaining even if you don't intend on using them.
Edited by: "cheekytrucker" 25th Nov 2019
always best to canel your plan when running out, it always works, they want to retain you, its hardly much to do with price. They dont want to lose you to a competitor.

I m on £20 a month and thats 10 GB and unlimited text/calls(hardlyuse any) and also Spotify Premium for 12 months, which for me i use so was worth it, so in effect is £10 a month for the actual mobile contract. Ill put in my 30 days notice, theyll offer you something, but say no, then wait a cpl dayas and they start the hard sell with better prices. If just having a low price is what you want, ask for it, and say more data isnt required just a good monthly rate.

Always works, and if they dont offer anything worthwhile, you can leave or you can just cancel your cancellation, and be back to where you were, no harm done
cheekytrucker25/11/2019 14:41

Not for everyone, it can help with bargaining even if you don't intend on …Not for everyone, it can help with bargaining even if you don't intend on using them.


Nothing is for everyone so it's intended as an average ;-)
ok min eends December 5th so time for me to play ball
cheesefactortoys25/11/2019 14:55

ok min eends December 5th so time for me to play ball

I did mine quite early remember retention cant give you the 30% discount you need to get your PAC code and then they will put you through to the super save team, it's like their last line of defence
DealsDen10125/11/2019 14:57

I did mine quite early remember retention cant give you the 30% discount …I did mine quite early remember retention cant give you the 30% discount you need to get your PAC code and then they will put you through to the super save team, it's like their last line of defence


Is that with other networks too? As in EE, do they also have a super save team too?
Flopsy10025/11/2019 15:13

Is that with other networks too? As in EE, do they also have a super save …Is that with other networks too? As in EE, do they also have a super save team too?


Most likely but i'm not sure what % discount EE give
Was on the phone with vodafone today as my contract is finished. They cheapest deal they could offer me was more higher than what i'm paying now. I even quoted the 3 deal and the guy was like "But three coverage is utter rubbish, are you sure you want to switch?" i told him i want to reduce cost and if theres anything he can do for me? He said the best was 12GB with unlimited txt and calls for £12. I asked for PAC code and he provided it with no hesitation..

So i think this last line of rentention depends on who you talk to
Ringing and claiming leaving at the end of the contract didn't work for me. I'm talking about home broadband, not mobile. I'm at my 3rd contract with them, every single time I've renewed, the price went up, not down. With Talk Talk I've always managed to get a cheaper price or my price stayed the same. Hard to convince them to appreciate loyalty.
Talom25/11/2019 17:01

Was on the phone with vodafone today as my contract is finished. They …Was on the phone with vodafone today as my contract is finished. They cheapest deal they could offer me was more higher than what i'm paying now. I even quoted the 3 deal and the guy was like "But three coverage is utter rubbish, are you sure you want to switch?" i told him i want to reduce cost and if theres anything he can do for me? He said the best was 12GB with unlimited txt and calls for £12. I asked for PAC code and he provided it with no hesitation..So i think this last line of rentention depends on who you talk to


That's weird how long have you been with them? And did you ask to be put through to the super save team after receiving the code?
didn't think it would work with broadband imo their broadband is one of the cheapest around fibre for 20 pound a month is decent I'm currently with Talk Talk and pay 25 a month
sheffield78825/11/2019 17:27

Ringing and claiming leaving at the end of the contract didn't work for …Ringing and claiming leaving at the end of the contract didn't work for me. I'm talking about home broadband, not mobile. I'm at my 3rd contract with them, every single time I've renewed, the price went up, not down. With Talk Talk I've always managed to get a cheaper price or my price stayed the same. Hard to convince them to appreciate loyalty.

DealsDen10125/11/2019 17:38

didn't think it would work with broadband imo their broadband is one of …didn't think it would work with broadband imo their broadband is one of the cheapest around fibre for 20 pound a month is decent I'm currently with Talk Talk and pay 25 a month


You are probably right, but not really £20. I am on Superfast 1, paying £23 and now goes up to £24, their Superfast 2 goes up to £28. If you have Vodafone mobile is £2 cheaper.
I was with TT too for years, but I had some problems and it took forever for them to sorted. Last time it took 2 months and in the day I've signed with Vodafone, they managed to sort it. A bit too late for them...
DealsDen10125/11/2019 17:37

That's weird how long have you been with them? And did you ask to be put …That's weird how long have you been with them? And did you ask to be put through to the super save team after receiving the code?


Just coming off an 18 month contract with them. So called up to get a better deal and it didnt work
I only learnt about the super save from here, the guy on call didn't mention it.
sheffield78825/11/2019 17:43

You are probably right, but not really £20. I am on Superfast 1, paying …You are probably right, but not really £20. I am on Superfast 1, paying £23 and now goes up to £24, their Superfast 2 goes up to £28. If you have Vodafone mobile is £2 cheaper.I was with TT too for years, but I had some problems and it took forever for them to sorted. Last time it took 2 months and in the day I've signed with Vodafone, they managed to sort it. A bit too late for them...

Oh it's gone up since last time I was with them, I didn't have a line in the new property so couldn't go with them this time, can't wait to leave talk talk the router is forever flashing orange giving problems and the 24 month contract means I'm going to have to put up with it until this coming July
Talom25/11/2019 17:44

Just coming off an 18 month contract with them. So called up to get a …Just coming off an 18 month contract with them. So called up to get a better deal and it didnt work I only learnt about the super save from here, the guy on call didn't mention it.


Yes I only learnt about it because my partner got the deal first, I phoned numerous times and got offered the 17 until I asked to speak to super save who did it for 14 its like they don't care if you leave
FWIW my contract came to an end with Vodafone in September and I asked for a PAC from them. A few days after I received it someone phoned and I got a much better offer (as I recall I'm now paying £7.80 or so for 5GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts)
DealsDen10125/11/2019 17:47

Oh it's gone up since last time I was with them, I didn't have a line in …Oh it's gone up since last time I was with them, I didn't have a line in the new property so couldn't go with them this time, can't wait to leave talk talk the router is forever flashing orange giving problems and the 24 month contract means I'm going to have to put up with it until this coming July


If you have issues, you do not have until the contract ends. Address the issue with them, give them the chance to fix it and if they don't, you can leave with no penalties.
I've given them 2 months to solve my problem, they've tried but the issue was coming back again and again, so I left them. You're entitled to do so.
I'm with Vodafone and very pleased with them. Apart from when I need to contact their CS, but their CS is still better than TT.
cheekytrucker25/11/2019 14:18

May be worth quoting the three unlimited everything including go binge and …May be worth quoting the three unlimited everything including go binge and global roaming for £18


global roaming with three 71 destinations, Vodafone has 77, 02 has 75. So if you traveling Usa, canada with o2 and vodafone you are coverd with thrree is about 2£ min recived or call home. (only for unlimited max vodafone, o2 Travel Inclusive Zone)
Edited by: "casadous" 25th Nov 2019
sheffield78825/11/2019 19:12

If you have issues, you do not have until the contract ends. Address the …If you have issues, you do not have until the contract ends. Address the issue with them, give them the chance to fix it and if they don't, you can leave with no penalties. I've given them 2 months to solve my problem, they've tried but the issue was coming back again and again, so I left them. You're entitled to do so.I'm with Vodafone and very pleased with them. Apart from when I need to contact their CS, but their CS is still better than TT.


Didn't know that thanks for the info I will get in touch with them
I spoke to them today, before seeing this post. I'm 35 days from the end of a 24 month contract, I told them I was looking at their competitors deals for black Friday and was considering taking one of them early so not too miss out. First agent couldn't help, so I asked for PAC then he put me through to retentions. They offered me the red 1gb plan with an extra 10gb of data free each month for £11 a month. With Vodafone advantage discount that goes down to £9.35 per month.
lrmulli25/11/2019 21:00

I spoke to them today, before seeing this post. I'm 35 days from the end …I spoke to them today, before seeing this post. I'm 35 days from the end of a 24 month contract, I told them I was looking at their competitors deals for black Friday and was considering taking one of them early so not too miss out. First agent couldn't help, so I asked for PAC then he put me through to retentions. They offered me the red 1gb plan with an extra 10gb of data free each month for £11 a month. With Vodafone advantage discount that goes down to £9.35 per month.


That's a good deal, does the red include the entertainment?
DealsDen10125/11/2019 21:13

That's a good deal, does the red include the entertainment?


No, just standard
i have 2 contracts due now for renewal. But I’m crap at haggling. suggestions please? do i go straight for PAC code? ask for the supersaver team?
Edited by: "Tellmeaboutit" 26th Nov 2019
Tellmeaboutit25/11/2019 22:57

i have 2 contracts due now for renewal. But i m carp at haggling. …i have 2 contracts due now for renewal. But i m carp at haggling. suggestions please? do i go straight for PAC code? ask for the supersaver team?


Speak to retentions first let them offer you the bad deal and then refuse it ask for your pac code and then ask to go through to super save
They can’t seriously have a team called “super save”. I think they’ve been winding you up. Glad you got the extra £1 off though...a super save indeed 🏻
This happened to me yet after the pac code their best deal wasn't very good, I want to go for the unlimited data cashback deal where it works out at £14 a month but they are saying if I do that, I will need another credit check, is it worth it for another credit check? I won't be buying a house until middle to late next year. Thanks
HawickBalls25/11/2019 23:33

They can’t seriously have a team called “super save”. I think they’ve been …They can’t seriously have a team called “super save”. I think they’ve been winding you up. Glad you got the extra £1 off though...a super save indeed 🏻


they seriously do have a team called super save
Let you know how I get on tomorrow 🏻
Spinal2k25/11/2019 14:08

I'm at the end of contract this month, however I don't want more data (I …I'm at the end of contract this month, however I don't want more data (I have 6GB and its enough for me). I do want to pay less per month though and I doubt they'll give me that. They're lowest plan is HIGHER than what I actually pay.I will try though, thanks for the reminder.


Voxi? It's 95% of the Vodafone experience for 70-ish% of the price.
Spinal2k25/11/2019 14:08

I'm at the end of contract this month, however I don't want more data (I …I'm at the end of contract this month, however I don't want more data (I have 6GB and its enough for me). I do want to pay less per month though and I doubt they'll give me that. They're lowest plan is HIGHER than what I actually pay.I will try though, thanks for the reminder.


My wife got her PAC from Vodafone and they text her to offer a £7.50 deal for 6GB - no phoning up, just an offer by text. She left anyway.
just called and they best they could do was £23 for 20gb data n enterterainment package so they gave me my pac code when i mentioned mobiles.co.uk doing it for £15 lol. no fight at all.

EDIT: they called me after and said best they could do was £20.80 per month still nowhere near the likes of cashback sites. shame
Edited by: "Figo_Rulz11" 27th Nov 2019
r8sso27/11/2019 08:33

My wife got her PAC from Vodafone and they text her to offer a £7.50 deal …My wife got her PAC from Vodafone and they text her to offer a £7.50 deal for 6GB - no phoning up, just an offer by text. She left anyway.



Wow, that's exactly what I'm looking after. Did she request the PAC by phone call?

Their offer was for a 12 month contract, i assume?
Spinal2k27/11/2019 09:45

Wow, that's exactly what I'm looking after. Did she request the PAC by …Wow, that's exactly what I'm looking after. Did she request the PAC by phone call?Their offer was for a 12 month contract, i assume?


Sent a text for it
Spinal2k27/11/2019 09:45

Wow, that's exactly what I'm looking after. Did she request the PAC by …Wow, that's exactly what I'm looking after. Did she request the PAC by phone call?Their offer was for a 12 month contract, i assume?


It was actually £7.70 for 4GB (Just asked)
r8sso27/11/2019 09:52

Sent a text for it



Great, its asking me for my PIN. I have no clue what that is. I guess I have to call them.

Who uses sim card PIN in smarphones :/
Worked a great all done over live chat
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