free £50 amazon voucher with sim only plan @ Vodafone via giftcloud
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free £50 amazon voucher with sim only plan @ Vodafone via giftcloud

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free £50 amazon voucher with sim only plan on Vodafone (direct) via giftcloud

would be great to go with the £20 sim only Vodafone deal that's gone red hot recently
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ok y has this gone cold? a free amazon voucher that would be great to go with the recent deal that went red hot
because the 2 other Vodafone offers had cashback which equated to £120 roughly.
Otherwise this is a good deal.
iSpy2016

because the 2 other Vodafone offers had cashback which equated to £120 … because the 2 other Vodafone offers had cashback which equated to £120 roughly.Otherwise this is a good deal.



​ok cheers mate
iSpy2016

because the 2 other Vodafone offers had cashback which equated to £120 … because the 2 other Vodafone offers had cashback which equated to £120 roughly.Otherwise this is a good deal.


Sorry, which were the £120 cashback offers?. I only saw redemption deals. This £50 should be automatic.
This offer is only valid for new Vodafone customers.
My bad, I confused the two. But as I said this is still a good deal, especially if you do not want to go through the hassle of redeeming your discount.

Currently this or the BT offer [which is offering £40 worth of amazon vouchers til tonight] are your best hassle free, value for money deals.
amerjitdosanjh7

ok y has this gone cold? a free amazon voucher that would be great to go … ok y has this gone cold? a free amazon voucher that would be great to go with the recent deal that went red hot


Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just because you think its a good deal doesn't mean that everyone does.
therudders

Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just … Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just because you think its a good deal doesn't mean that everyone does.



​geezer, this deal should be sky high due to tcb and quidco not giving cashback, alternative is a free amazon voucher with a £20 20gb sim only with 1 of the following netflix, Spotify, now TV or sky sports mobile in my opinion is a cracking deal
Vodafone are awful, steer clear.
therudders

Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just … Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just because you think its a good deal doesn't mean that everyone does.



he isn't saying VOTE HOT. he's asking the logic behind cold votes. sometimes a deal comes along that for all intents and purposes should go hot, but doesn't because either there's a better deal OP doesn't know about, or people have their own (often petty and misguided reasons). OP's just asking for some clarification.

for the record - this is HOT! if it works.
DennisG

he isn't saying VOTE HOT. he's asking the logic behind cold votes. … he isn't saying VOTE HOT. he's asking the logic behind cold votes. sometimes a deal comes along that for all intents and purposes should go hot, but doesn't because either there's a better deal OP doesn't know about, or people have their own (often petty and misguided reasons). OP's just asking for some clarification.for the record - this is HOT! if it works.



​thanks for your support and understanding mate :-)
no worries.
i like this deal

I'm just a little hesitant about the company - 675 likes on FB
voucher cloud on the other hand has almost 300k and is giving £50 debenhams vouchers which I appreciate is worth about negative ten pounds in actual currency
the only saving grace is voda link to gift cloud on their own website http://www.vodafone.com/content/index/what/giftcloud.html#
scratch that - after a bit of digging, turns out both of these clouds are owned by vodafone!

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therudders

Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just … Because people are aloud to vote either way, its a free country, just because you think its a good deal doesn't mean that everyone does.



aloud
əˈlaʊd/
adverb
1.
audibly; not silently or in a whisper.
"he read the letter aloud"
synonyms: audibly, out loud, for all to hear, clearly, distinctly, plainly, intelligibly
"he read the letter aloud"
2.
archaic
loudly.
"he wept aloud"

allow
əˈlaʊ/
verb
past tense: allowed; past participle: allowed
1.
let (someone) have or do something.
"the dissident was allowed to leave the country"
synonyms: permit, let, authorize, give someone permission to, give authorization to, give leave to, sanction, grant, grant someone the right, license, empower, enable, entitle, qualify; More
2.
give the necessary time or opportunity for.
"they agreed to a ceasefire to allow talks with the government"
DennisG

no worries.i like this dealI'm just a little hesitant about the company - … no worries.i like this dealI'm just a little hesitant about the company - 675 likes on FBvoucher cloud on the other hand has almost 300k and is giving £50 debenhams vouchers which I appreciate is worth about negative ten pounds in actual currencythe only saving grace is voda link to gift cloud on their own website http://www.vodafone.com/content/index/what/giftcloud.html#scratch that - after a bit of digging, turns out both of these clouds are owned by vodafone!



​well atleast we get a free amazon voucher within 4mths lol
giftcloud.com/uk/…ure gives a £60 Amazon voucher for sim only contracts above £19.80 a month.
What's their definition of 'New Customer'? Someone never had been with them or someone currently not with them?
hotdealseeker

What's their definition of 'New Customer'? Someone never had been with … What's their definition of 'New Customer'? Someone never had been with them or someone currently not with them?



​i think both reasons but that's my guess so don't rely on it 100%
T&C states 'purchase of any SIM Only plan', but not stating how long you need to stay connected for, nor the maximum time would take to issue the gift. A bit fishy.
Or TGTBT, to choose the cheapest 30day SIMO then go after qualified.
DennisG

he isn't saying VOTE HOT. he's asking the logic behind cold votes. … he isn't saying VOTE HOT. he's asking the logic behind cold votes. sometimes a deal comes along that for all intents and purposes should go hot, but doesn't because either there's a better deal OP doesn't know about, or people have their own (often petty and misguided reasons). OP's just asking for some clarification.for the record - this is HOT! if it works.


I believe that clarification is what I gave.
nannyhoo

"aloudəˈlaʊd/adverb1.audibly; not silently or in a whisper."he read the l … "aloudəˈlaʊd/adverb1.audibly; not silently or in a whisper."he read the letter aloud"synonyms: audibly, out loud, for all to hear, clearly, distinctly, plainly, intelligibly"he read the letter aloud"2.archaicloudly."he wept aloud"allowəˈlaʊ/verbpast tense: allowed; past participle: allowed1.let (someone) have or do something."the dissident was allowed to leave the country"synonyms: permit, let, authorize, give someone permission to, give authorization to, give leave to, sanction, grant, grant someone the right, license, empower, enable, entitle, qualify; More2.give the necessary time or opportunity for."they agreed to a ceasefire to allow talks with the government"



I genuinely feel embarrassed by how bad my spelling is! great comeback
therudders

I believe that clarification is what I gave.



No. Far from it. Apart from the funny sp mistake, and the erroneous belief that we exercise full freedom (e.g. I can't ask the mods for your personal details or play cricket in regent street or even allow my horse to foul himself wherever he pleases).

Clarification would've been a specific reason as to why the deal went cold such as 'Vodafone have a tendency to not honour these deals' or 'O2 have just released the same package for a fiver'.

I know people react differently to the 'why cold' or 'don't vote cold' requests from posters (but not the similar plea 'I'm new, don't bite' for some reason), but I very often see the HUKD phenomenon where a good deal does start life of with a few cold votes and inexplicably goes to ~-20º before getting some serious heat. This has been observed by a number of people and it's very annoying because there's never any explanation in the comments - and often when you've posted a really good deal (or spotted it as a user), you'd like to know why people consider it cold - because if there's a much better alternative, a catch or a issue with this deal, it makes sense to be informed before committing.
Sounds like a good deal, to me. I have little choice of network as 3 is terrible so is o2. ee is patchy at best and I get no signal in the house. So Vodafone it is, like it or not!
Expired.
It has been four months, anybody managed to get their voucher yet?
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