Sim only Vodafone - 20GB - 1 Year plan Term - £240 (+£60 Quidco Cashback)
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Sim only Vodafone - 20GB - 1 Year plan Term - £240 (+£60 Quidco Cashback)

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Found 4th Jul 2017
£60 quidco cashback on the Vodafone SIM only. 20GB 4G data, unlimited texts and minutes. Works out to £15pm after cashback. 12 month contract.

I took out the deal myself last week when quidco were offering £80 cashback, and it's tracked successfully.

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How's vodaphones reception and customer service like? Thanks

Does any unused data carry over and add up on this one or reset to 20GB each time?
Edited by: "exexpat" 4th Jul 2017

exexpat

Does any unused data carry over and add up on this one or reset to 20GB … Does any unused data carry over and add up on this one or reset to 20GB each time?



The data resets back to 20gb and any used data is lost.

never understand this roll over data or what ever

if you dont use it in the first place, why roll it over, you still wont use it lol

E2save is cheaper via redemptions

uk3g

The data resets back to 20gb and any used data is lost.



Thanks

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Greenleaf1

How's vodaphones reception and customer service like? Thanks



Customer service is decent. Never gonna be great regardless of which network you go with. Reception in my area is again decent, but you can check your coverage online at their website

Vodafone customers service is crap in my opinion and am looking forward to my contract finishing but that's just my experience and not a problem if you don't need to call them

Been with voda for years and years! value for money? no! customer service is decent.

They dont really appreciate customers in my opinion. no loyalty discounts or any other sort of appreciation.

Greenleaf1

How's vodaphones reception and customer service like? Thanks



Dire and more dire in my experience and I was with them for a long time purely for the Sure Signal box which was the only way of getting a mobile signal at my home address. Now with Three (using their Home Signal box) and very happy with the change so far. Feel At Home is a fantastic benefit with Three which has already saved me a packet. Being able to use my phone and data in places as far afield ad Hong Kong, Indonesia and USA is awesome.

Aaronnnn

Been with voda for years and years! value for money? no! customer service … Been with voda for years and years! value for money? no! customer service is decent. They dont really appreciate customers in my opinion. no loyalty discounts or any other sort of appreciation.


I think they do. To first contract i got 2 months free and after 10 months i got second contract worth £25 for £18.

Aaronnnn

Been with voda for years and years! value for money? no! customer service … Been with voda for years and years! value for money? no! customer service is decent. They dont really appreciate customers in my opinion. no loyalty discounts or any other sort of appreciation.




i have 47 percent of my current contract which is about to end.
£28 galaxy s6 20gb data. wasnt a better price at the time so they can look after existing but you just have to deal with the retention team

Siilver

never understand this roll over data or what everif you dont use it in … never understand this roll over data or what everif you dont use it in the first place, why roll it over, you still wont use it lol



Can be useful for some people.

When i'm working from home I use a few GB. When I'm travelling into work, visiting a site, etc i'll use much more (Spotify/Sky Go/etc). Also when sporting events are on I use more. For example while the kids playing in the park I can watch Wimbledon

Aaronnnn

Been with voda for years and years! value for money? no! customer service … Been with voda for years and years! value for money? no! customer service is decent. They dont really appreciate customers in my opinion. no loyalty discounts or any other sort of appreciation.



Completely opposite impression. Have got 50% off and free months/extra data through retentions. This year the offer wasn't so good so went through mobiles.co.uk, but up to now their retentions offers have been better then other networks we've been with.

On the other hand customer service is absolutely dire. Took almost a year and several calls to get access to our online accounts. They made several serious errors, one resulting in £250 compensation plus a few months free (we were only paying £13.50/month to put that into perspective). Not once have we received promised call backs. Quite frankly if you have a problem, you are going to be up against it even if you email the CEO's department.

Two main reasons we stick with them:

1) Reception is good in key places. Reluctant to switch and experiment, given they also seem to be the cheapest for what we need (especially when you factor in free Spotify).

2) Roam further is unique. It offers free incoming calls/texts in 60 destinations around the world. We travel regularly to a few of these countries and its incredibly convenient being able to receive calls on our phones as normal without worrying about punitive costs. If you make a call or use Data they charge a fixed cost of £5 for that day. This is acceptable as we generally have a local SIM for that, so only make use of outbound services occasionally on our UK phones. It's really the free incoming that is the killer feature for us, as Friends/Family can call as if you're in the UK. And other callers (work/bank/etc) will also be able to reach you, whereas they are unlikely to call the local SIM (i.e. if we left a voicemail saying for people to call on that).
Edited by: "Mentos" 7th Jul 2017
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