Vodafone 12 month SIM £20pm (poss £12 per month after cashback by redemption) 20 GB data unlimited mins and text -
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Vodafone 12 month SIM £20pm (poss £12 per month after cashback by redemption) 20 GB data unlimited mins and text -

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Found 29th Dec 2017Edited by:"robertfrancis1975"
I signed up to a 16gb Vodafone contract in December. Considering cancelling with Vodafone getting my PAC number, porting to another network and signing up to this. As it's cheaper than what I'm paying with more data.

Very impressed with Vodafone. Much better reception where I live than my previous network 3. Even in town centres I failed to get a signal with 3.

Excellent deal.
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I saw this one and trying to contact the customer service and sales line since morning and not able to reach to ask a few questions-

Will the contract be under my name directly with Vodafone ?

Also will the cash back be through cheque or is there an option of bank transfer? Cheque deposit seems a bit archaic and labour intensive.

Also does this include vat etc or is there any other charges on top of this?
b4dr148 m ago

I saw this one and trying to contact the customer service and sales line …I saw this one and trying to contact the customer service and sales line since morning and not able to reach to ask a few questions-Will the contract be under my name directly with Vodafone ?Also will the cash back be through cheque or is there an option of bank transfer? Cheque deposit seems a bit archaic and labour intensive. Also does this include vat etc or is there any other charges on top of this?


Yes it will be under your name.
Cashback will be via cheque sent by post after being confirmed. With barclays and lloyds, you could deposit your cheque (their own banks for now) via the mobile app now. Cheques will be able to be deposited via mobile apps soon after 2018 if I recall.

Of course VAT is included. There is no extra charge unless you added it from mobiles.co.uk but there may be some extra-chargeable service from the carrier itself that you may need to turn off or cancel. Last time Vodafone added the Secure Net to certain plans of theirs which may be chargeable. You would have to keep on top of that yourself by checking your bills and your account if any extra premium service is active.
Edited by: "Suztera" 29th Dec 2017
Suztera2 m ago

Yes it will be under your name.Cashback will be via cheque sent by post …Yes it will be under your name.Cashback will be via cheque sent by post after being confirmed.Of course VAT is included. There is no extra charge unless you added it from mobiles.co.uk but there may be some extra-chargeable service from the carrier itself that you may need to turn off or cancel. Last time Vodafone added the Secure Net to certain plans of theirs which may be chargeable. You would have to keep on top of that yourself by checking your bills and your account if any extra premium service is active.


@Suztera so I can have a my Vodafone account from where I can manage the bills and add-ons I suppose.
b4dr14 m ago

@Suztera so I can have a my Vodafone account from where I can manage the …@Suztera so I can have a my Vodafone account from where I can manage the bills and add-ons I suppose.


Yes, you will be created an account if you don't have one already. It will use the details you provided to mobiles.co.uk .
The contract is with Vodafone. There are no other charges.
I'm considering getting my PAC from Vodafone, then transferring to another network on PAYG,( I signed up for the 16gb deal on 11 December) getting a PAC then transferring back to Vodafone. Anyone else done something similar?

I contacted mobiles.co.uk and they suggested doing this.
Edited by: "robertfrancis1975" 29th Dec 2017
Suztera18 m ago

Yes it will be under your name.Cashback will be via cheque sent by post …Yes it will be under your name.Cashback will be via cheque sent by post after being confirmed. With barclays and lloyds, you could deposit your cheque (their own banks for now) via the mobile app now. Cheques will be able to be deposited via mobile apps soon after 2018 if I recall.Of course VAT is included. There is no extra charge unless you added it from mobiles.co.uk but there may be some extra-chargeable service from the carrier itself that you may need to turn off or cancel. Last time Vodafone added the Secure Net to certain plans of theirs which may be chargeable. You would have to keep on top of that yourself by checking your bills and your account if any extra premium service is active.


You can deposit cheques via mobile banking app?
Suztera6 h, 32 m ago

Well that's the plan for 2018, here's some information about cheque …Well that's the plan for 2018, here's some information about cheque imaging:https://www.chequeandcredit.co.uk/information-hub/faqs/cheque-imaginghttps://www.nationwide.co.uk/support/support-articles/services/cheque-imaginghttps://www.barclays.co.uk/ways-to-bank/mobile-banking-services/mobile-cheque-imaging/


That would be extremely helpful, hope it happens ASAP. Cheque deposit pretty much the only thing you really still need to go to a physical location / branch for, off the top of my head
robertfrancis197513 h, 52 m ago

I'm considering getting my PAC from Vodafone, then transferring to another …I'm considering getting my PAC from Vodafone, then transferring to another network on PAYG,( I signed up for the 16gb deal on 11 December) getting a PAC then transferring back to Vodafone. Anyone else done something similar?I contacted mobiles.co.uk and they suggested doing this.


Yes, I did this last year. I got an O2 sim, transferred pac to that and waited for connection. Then phoned O2 again and got PAC, inserted vodafone sim and then phoned vodafone to give them new PAC and waited for connection. It is fiddly and takes a week of working days but it does save you waiting 30 day. Good luck :-)
robertfrancis197515 h, 35 m ago

I'm considering getting my PAC from Vodafone, then transferring to another …I'm considering getting my PAC from Vodafone, then transferring to another network on PAYG,( I signed up for the 16gb deal on 11 December) getting a PAC then transferring back to Vodafone. Anyone else done something similar?I contacted mobiles.co.uk and they suggested doing this.


I did the same method as @ragingpup. I had a spare 3 sim. Transfer the number I wanted to keep to the 3 sim then back to Vodafone. If you went for a Red Entertainment sim, you should wait until you transferred your number before activating your entreitment pack.

Also the 8GB plan is part of the Red Entertainment sims so you can get 12 months Now Tv, Spotify Premium or Sky Sports mobile which is going for £18 (£10 after cashback) wchih might be more appelaing to others.
Edited by: "Suztera" 30th Dec 2017
Maybe when I request a PAC code Vodafone may offer me a better deal? Not sure how they work.
I'm on Vodafone pay as you go so hopefully should not be a problem to move in to this pay monthly plan.

Also some 10 cash back on topcashback/quidco.. seems like a steal! Hope they honour it.
Edited by: "b4dr1" 31st Dec 2017
I contacted Vodafone they offered me 40gb for £24 a month. I just had my PAC while I decide what to do.
That looks a good deal Robert.

robertfrancis197530th Dec 2017

I contacted Vodafone they offered me 40gb for £24 a month. I just had my …I contacted Vodafone they offered me 40gb for £24 a month. I just had my PAC while I decide what to do.



Seems getting my PAC code worked wonders. Vodafone got in touch and offered me £16 a month for 20gb data and unlimited mins and texts. Took then up on the offer!!!

I know 3 offer 30gb data for £20 a month. But i find the reception with Vodafone much better. 3 are like the Poundland of the mobile phone industry lol
Nobody has mentioned but this is available until 31St of March! Found by speaking to online chat operator. Heat
Excellent deal. Ive been with Vodafone since December. I moved from 3. Very impressed so far.
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