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Vodafone 12m 60gb data unlimited minutes and text £240 before cashback £120 after cashback @ Fonehouse
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Vodafone 12m 60gb data unlimited minutes and text £240 before cashback £120 after cashback @ Fonehouse

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Posted 13th Feb

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60gb data
unlimited minutes and text
12 month contract £240 before cashback
£120 after cashback
effectively £10 a month
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60GB of data per month with no Data Speed cap

Get speeds as fast as your device will allow with no speed caps from Vodafone! This includes 5G speeds at no extra cost (5G device required).

Roam in 48 Countries

Vodafone Global Roaming allows you to use your minutes, texts and data allowance included in your plan for free in 48 countries.

5G Ready

If you are purchasing a 5G Ready device, this plan provides you 5G at no extra cost! Even if you decide to change to a 5G device in the future, there is no need to update your plan, it will automatically switch to 5G where 5G coverage is available. (5G Device required)

Very Me App

Enjoy free gifts, exclusive discounts and tailor made offerswith the Vodafone VeryMe App. Download the app to start enjoying thebenefits, exclusive to Vodafone customers.

Tethering Enabled

With personal hotspot you can use your existing data allowance to connect other devices
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jonesy17213/02/2020 21:47

what happens after the 12 months is up, does it become a rolling monthly …what happens after the 12 months is up, does it become a rolling monthly contract at the same price?


You leave and get a new one or they start charging you a fortune
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what happens after the 12 months is up, does it become a rolling monthly contract at the same price?
Also £4 TCB topcashback.co.uk/fon…se/ - every little helps. 60GB is a lot of data for effectively £10 - seriously tempted. Anyone know what the Europe roaming is like on this one?
jonesy17213/02/2020 21:47

what happens after the 12 months is up, does it become a rolling monthly …what happens after the 12 months is up, does it become a rolling monthly contract at the same price?


You leave and get a new one or they start charging you a fortune
Great deal
Sorry all, I’m not sure how to get the link to the actual deal because it goes straight to basket, appreciate some help with it, but this deal was the same for 20gb data not long ago.... best deal I’ve seen is 20gb for effectively £6 a month due to higher cashback.
JasonH8513/02/2020 22:07

Sorry all, I’m not sure how to get the link to the actual deal because it g …Sorry all, I’m not sure how to get the link to the actual deal because it goes straight to basket, appreciate some help with it, but this deal was the same for 20gb data not long ago.... best deal I’ve seen is 20gb for effectively £6 a month due to higher cashback.



fonehouse.co.uk/bas…d=2 ?
matwalaboy13/02/2020 21:47

Also £4 TCB https://www.topcashback.co.uk/fonehouse/ - every little helps. …Also £4 TCB https://www.topcashback.co.uk/fonehouse/ - every little helps. 60GB is a lot of data for effectively £10 - seriously tempted. Anyone know what the Europe roaming is like on this one?


It's great. Proper 4G the whole time in Spain with no speed throttling.
matwalaboy13/02/2020 22:15

https://www.fonehouse.co.uk/basket?type=simonly&productId=119&tariffId=1781&giftId=109&dealTypeId=2 ?




this is a different deal
JasonH8513/02/2020 22:17

this is a different deal


I am sorry, Not sure I understand - what is that you wanted? The link is the same for the deal you posted and allows to add to basket with one click Or are you looking for the 20GB which then went to 30GB deal from Vodafone via Fonehouse a few days back?
matwalaboy13/02/2020 22:30

I am sorry, Not sure I understand - what is that you wanted? The link is …I am sorry, Not sure I understand - what is that you wanted? The link is the same for the deal you posted and allows to add to basket with one click Or are you looking for the 20GB which then went to 30GB deal from Vodafone via Fonehouse a few days back?


I think you have made a mistake, the deal you have posted includes entertainment at £26 a month, after cashback it’s £14 a month


my deal is £20 a month without entertainment, after cashback it’s £10 a month
Edited by: "JasonH85" 13th Feb
JasonH8513/02/2020 22:35

I think you have made a mistake, the deal you have posted includes …I think you have made a mistake, the deal you have posted includes entertainment at £26 a month, after cashback it’s £15 a month my deal is £20 a month without entertainment, after cashback it’s £10 a month


This is what I get when I click on the link I gave you (which is basically your deal )

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39901548-DG5kv.jpgLol this is weird, I’m getting a completely different deal!
Edited by: "JasonH85" 13th Feb
Surely it will be more than £240... At least RPI will bring some price up in total
junk1513/02/2020 22:53

Surely it will be more than £240... At least RPI will bring some price up …Surely it will be more than £240... At least RPI will bring some price up in total



even if you say 3% it’s a drop in the ocean.... works out an extra 60p a month?
This is superb
I was tempted until i saw it's cashback by redemption "You need to claim in billing months 3, 5, 7, 9 and 12 of your airtime agreement."
luminous14/02/2020 01:10

I was tempted until i saw it's cashback by redemption "You need to claim …I was tempted until i saw it's cashback by redemption "You need to claim in billing months 3, 5, 7, 9 and 12 of your airtime agreement."


Apparently very straight forward, think im
gonna go for the deal
luminous14/02/2020 01:10

I was tempted until i saw it's cashback by redemption "You need to claim …I was tempted until i saw it's cashback by redemption "You need to claim in billing months 3, 5, 7, 9 and 12 of your airtime agreement."


It's trivial to do, unless you're worried about Fonehouse going bust mid-contract, or CBA.
Good deal but try phoning Vodafone first for any deals. I been with them for a while and I rang them up and got 115gb and Spotify for £21 a month
terriclarkfan14/02/2020 07:08

It's trivial to do, unless you're worried about Fonehouse going bust …It's trivial to do, unless you're worried about Fonehouse going bust mid-contract, or CBA.


Mobile phones direct stiffed me on the last cashback payment claiming my mistake.
They have the same deal further down the page with £80 auto cashback which works out at £13 a month if it interests anyone.
luminous14/02/2020 07:47

Mobile phones direct stiffed me on the last cashback payment claiming my …Mobile phones direct stiffed me on the last cashback payment claiming my mistake.They have the same deal further down the page with £80 auto cashback which works out at £13 a month if it interests anyone.


Similar experience with mpd unfortuantely. Not done redemption cashback with anyone else so maybe a different experience here.
Probably a sily question but if I take this deal can I bring my current number with me! Thank you x
I took contract from them in October with cashback. I claimed my first cashback after 3rd bill, they refused it because: "too early!?"
"You need to claim in billing months 3, 5, 7, 9 and 12 of your airtime agreement."
So if 3rd bill is too early which I should attach? 4th? Bad experience. Not recommending that company.
vickyw7814/02/2020 08:36

Probably a sily question but if I take this deal can I bring my current …Probably a sily question but if I take this deal can I bring my current number with me! Thank you x


Yeah, but you'll likely need to take this contract with a different number, then get your PAC code for your existing number and transfer it over.
matwalaboy13/02/2020 22:36

This is what I get when I click on the link I gave you (which is basically …This is what I get when I click on the link I gave you (which is basically your deal )[Image]


Yeah I'm not getting that, it goes back to the £26/mth for me too, so don't know if it's a glitch, but would love to get that for £20.
vickyw7814/02/2020 08:36

Probably a sily question but if I take this deal can I bring my current …Probably a sily question but if I take this deal can I bring my current number with me! Thank you x


Yes you can - you call your current provider, get the PAC and when you take the offer out with Fonehouse you can give them the PAC in that - and the rest just happens by magic. I did it for my wife's number a few weeks back from 3 to Voda. Good luck.
matwalaboy14/02/2020 10:13

Yes you can - you call your current provider, get the PAC and when you …Yes you can - you call your current provider, get the PAC and when you take the offer out with Fonehouse you can give them the PAC in that - and the rest just happens by magic. I did it for my wife's number a few weeks back from 3 to Voda. Good luck.


Thank you 😘 i have my PAC code ready. i think I will go for the auto cashback offer as i'm too lazy to remember to claim every few months and it's a fab deal still.
vickyw7814/02/2020 10:16

Thank you 😘 i have my PAC code ready. i think I will go for the auto …Thank you 😘 i have my PAC code ready. i think I will go for the auto cashback offer as i'm too lazy to remember to claim every few months and it's a fab deal still.


Just set up reminders
my current contract expires in April. so i would like to wait until the last date of this deal and take it. is there a way to know when this deal expires please?
No issues here with cashback from Fonehouse. Just had my 3rd cashback claim (month 7) deposited into my bank account. Aside from uploading via your mobile, which can be a bit iffy, it’s a straightforward process.
Wifi calling included? the t&cs on vodafone say red plans have them..
I personally would tell every single person I meet to avoid Vodafone
MaryPhlunket14/02/2020 20:10

I personally would tell every single person I meet to avoid Vodafone


Why is that? Thought they were decent and was thinking of moving from O2 to them
Their customer service is turd. O2 have rubbish deals but you can get through to customer services.
I'm almost at the end of my contract and tempted by going for separate phone and SIM deals. Is the appeal of a sim only deal because it can work out better value for money, or is it that people want to hang on to their hand sets for longer than a standard contract? Interested to hear what people think
Edited by: "Ross_Parker" 14th Feb
Ross_Parker14/02/2020 20:23

I'm almost at the end of my contract and tempted by going for separate …I'm almost at the end of my contract and tempted by going for separate phone and SIM deals. Is the appeal of a sim only deal because it can work out better value for money, or is it that people want to hang on to their hand sets for longer than a standard contract? Interested to hear what people think


Who uses contracts anymore? They are a thing of the past.
MaryPhlunket14/02/2020 20:28

Who uses contracts anymore? They are a thing of the past.


If that's the case, can you explain why? My existing phone is on contract and I got a very good deal on it.
MaryPhlunket14/02/2020 20:28

Who uses contracts anymore? They are a thing of the past.


People who dont want to/cant afford to spend hundreds up front for a new phone. Not everyone has a phone they want to keep or can afford to spend the guts of a grand upfront on a high end phone.

Horses for courses and all that.
Anyone know what happens after the 60gb is used up? Do they automatically start charging a silly rate? Or does your internet just stop until the next month?
How often would you use up 60gb!
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