Vodafone 12 Month Sim Only £19 per month (£12.50 after cashback) 16GB Data Unlimited calls and text x 12 months = £150
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Vodafone 12 Month Sim Only £19 per month (£12.50 after cashback) 16GB Data Unlimited calls and text x 12 months = £150

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Found 11th Dec 2017
Sim Only

  • 16GB data
  • Unlimited mins
  • Unlimited texts

Save £78 Cashback by redemption

Vodafone 4G Red Entertainment - Your choice of entertainment for 12 months - Now TV Entertainment, Spotify Premium or Sky Sports Mobile.

This is a good deal even for non bt custoners its £14.17 hotukdeals.com/dea…947
Top comments

rofldinho52 m ago

Majority of people have no issues with cashback redemption deals. However, …Majority of people have no issues with cashback redemption deals. However, that doesn't mean it's not without risks that outweigh the rewards of saving a few quid.Potential issues with cashback deals:- Remembering to claim it on a timely basis. For many people with busy lives or things going on or people who aren't just well organized in general, it's very easy to forget. In the past if you forgot you could potentially lose out on the entire offer so no more cashback claimable, though I think they've stopped that now after consumer/watchdog clampdown.- Posting risks. If your claim gets lost in the post, you lose out. If you want to completely avoid the risk of it being lost in the post, you have to send it "Special Delivery" guaranteed or courier delivery, i.e. £5+ generally. If you want to avoid the risk of the company losing your claim after they've received it, you have to send it recorded delivery to have evidence that they received it, which is what, £1.70? And that's not guaranteed delivery, it can still get lost. You can get a certificate of posting for free from the Post Office, but that only shows you sent the claim, and that's not really much use if they say "but sorry, we didn't receive it, you should have sent it recorded" unless you take them to court or threaten to get your lawyers involved...in which case you'd not be bothering to save a few quid in the first instance if you can afford to do thata.- Company goes bust, you can't claim anymore. Unlikely with mobiles.co.uk who are a great company, but still, you never know.- General time. Do you really want to waste time out of your life filling in a claim form and then posting it at the Post Office? There's a very obvious reason why they offer these redemption deals, otherwise they would just reduce your monthly fee or make it automatic cashback without redemption. It's kinda comical that they expect you to send them a copy of your mobile phone bill...that they produce and send to you in the first place.


Virtually all these cashback deals allow you to download your bill and submit your claims online at no cost. They confirm via email/text and they send you the cheques.

There is no need to post anything physically or print off bills.

Most people who read these postings on HUKD are more than able to conduct the entire cashback claim online and if any part is tricky, help is available.

As to remembering with busy lives: set a reminder on your phone or computer.
30 Comments

Time for Giff gaff to up their game me thinks

I just finished my 12 months contract from mobiles.co.uk. No issues at all for claiming cashback

matthew18886 m ago

Time for Giff gaff to up their game me thinks


Giffgaff have become really uncompetitive in recent years..... They used to be the bomb when I was in college, I still remember having unlimited data for £12/month. Never forget.

Original Poster

Im going to move from 3 to Vodafone. Have been with 3 for years. But find the reception getting worse. Its either this deal or the 20Gb deal for £15 per month after cashback. Some excellent deals from Vodafone and most i speak to seem to recommend Vodafone.

Does it include the entertainment package?

Good deal if the Entertainment pack is included (for those who benefit)

Good deal, and i need to switch!

I just couldn't see myself having to motivation to claim 5 lots of cashback.

Any deals with a note 8 included? Up to 35/month..don't care about mins and texts..only need data

Ioa11 m ago

Does it include the entertainment package?


It says "Vodafone 4G Red Entertainment" so that's a yes as I have this deal and chose Spotify Premium.
Paid under £10 with 20GB in April but this is still a great deal as I'd be paying for Spotify anyway.
Very quick to claim for the redemption as it's all done online.

Agharta2 m ago

It says "Vodafone 4G Red Entertainment" so that's a yes as I have this …It says "Vodafone 4G Red Entertainment" so that's a yes as I have this deal and chose Spotify Premium.Paid under £10 with 20GB in April but this is still a great deal as I'd be paying for Spotify anyway.Very quick to claim for the redemption as it's all done online.


Thank you

This is a great deal, I would jump if I didn't recently renew with three. I get 12gb for £12 but 4gb more for 50p more and Spotify is amazing value.

Giffgaff won't be able to compete they don't own their own network and they became greedy when they stopped offering unlimited data for £12 I urge all giffgaff users to ditch them

I wish they supposed visual voicemail.

After going from O2 to EE and the Three, lack of visual voicemail has been a real pain.

Listened to a backlog of voicemails and the fact the automated system insists on reading out the number, painful.

It seems EE is the only choice and they don’t have anything decent atm.

jaques_kalis1 h, 58 m ago

I just finished my 12 months contract from mobiles.co.uk. No issues at all …I just finished my 12 months contract from mobiles.co.uk. No issues at all for claiming cashback


Majority of people have no issues with cashback redemption deals. However, that doesn't mean it's not without risks that outweigh the rewards of saving a few quid.

Potential issues with cashback deals:

- Remembering to claim it on a timely basis. For many people with busy lives or things going on or people who aren't just well organized in general, it's very easy to forget. In the past if you forgot you could potentially lose out on the entire offer so no more cashback claimable, though I think they've stopped that now after consumer/watchdog clampdown.

- Posting risks. If your claim gets lost in the post, you lose out. If you want to completely avoid the risk of it being lost in the post, you have to send it "Special Delivery" guaranteed or courier delivery, i.e. £5+ generally. If you want to avoid the risk of the company losing your claim after they've received it, you have to send it recorded delivery to have evidence that they received it, which is what, £1.70? And that's not guaranteed delivery, it can still get lost. You can get a certificate of posting for free from the Post Office, but that only shows you sent the claim, and that's not really much use if they say "but sorry, we didn't receive it, you should have sent it recorded" unless you take them to court or threaten to get your lawyers involved...in which case you'd not be bothering to save a few quid in the first instance if you can afford to do thata.

- Company goes bust, you can't claim anymore. Unlikely with mobiles.co.uk who are a great company, but still, you never know.

- General time. Do you really want to waste time out of your life filling in a claim form and then posting it at the Post Office?

There's a very obvious reason why they offer these redemption deals, otherwise they would just reduce your monthly fee or make it automatic cashback without redemption. It's kinda comical that they expect you to send them a copy of your mobile phone bill...that they produce and send to you in the first place.

rofldinho52 m ago

Majority of people have no issues with cashback redemption deals. However, …Majority of people have no issues with cashback redemption deals. However, that doesn't mean it's not without risks that outweigh the rewards of saving a few quid.Potential issues with cashback deals:- Remembering to claim it on a timely basis. For many people with busy lives or things going on or people who aren't just well organized in general, it's very easy to forget. In the past if you forgot you could potentially lose out on the entire offer so no more cashback claimable, though I think they've stopped that now after consumer/watchdog clampdown.- Posting risks. If your claim gets lost in the post, you lose out. If you want to completely avoid the risk of it being lost in the post, you have to send it "Special Delivery" guaranteed or courier delivery, i.e. £5+ generally. If you want to avoid the risk of the company losing your claim after they've received it, you have to send it recorded delivery to have evidence that they received it, which is what, £1.70? And that's not guaranteed delivery, it can still get lost. You can get a certificate of posting for free from the Post Office, but that only shows you sent the claim, and that's not really much use if they say "but sorry, we didn't receive it, you should have sent it recorded" unless you take them to court or threaten to get your lawyers involved...in which case you'd not be bothering to save a few quid in the first instance if you can afford to do thata.- Company goes bust, you can't claim anymore. Unlikely with mobiles.co.uk who are a great company, but still, you never know.- General time. Do you really want to waste time out of your life filling in a claim form and then posting it at the Post Office? There's a very obvious reason why they offer these redemption deals, otherwise they would just reduce your monthly fee or make it automatic cashback without redemption. It's kinda comical that they expect you to send them a copy of your mobile phone bill...that they produce and send to you in the first place.


Virtually all these cashback deals allow you to download your bill and submit your claims online at no cost. They confirm via email/text and they send you the cheques.

There is no need to post anything physically or print off bills.

Most people who read these postings on HUKD are more than able to conduct the entire cashback claim online and if any part is tricky, help is available.

As to remembering with busy lives: set a reminder on your phone or computer.

I'm with Vodafone and after my NHS discount I pay £41 a month for the exact same data etc. This is an excellent deal!!

So how exactly do you request cashback on these?

paulwmather6 h, 58 m ago

I wish they supposed visual voicemail. After going from O2 to EE and the …I wish they supposed visual voicemail. After going from O2 to EE and the Three, lack of visual voicemail has been a real pain. Listened to a backlog of voicemails and the fact the automated system insists on reading out the number, painful. It seems EE is the only choice and they don’t have anything decent atm.



I had the same problem but then found the HulloMail app. Not quite as good as usual voicemail but better than dial up..

ResveZ1 h, 16 m ago

So how exactly do you request cashback on these?


Just fill in the online form and attach a photo/pdf of the bill for the relevant period. -you have to put it in the diary as there are 4/5 dates over the year and I think you have 30 days to do it.

AndrewKay6 h, 8 m ago

I'm with Vodafone and after my NHS discount I pay £41 a month for the …I'm with Vodafone and after my NHS discount I pay £41 a month for the exact same data etc. This is an excellent deal!!


What phone have you got?
I got a Z5 coming up for 2 years ago and it only costs me £32 a month for the same Data w/Red Spotify

rofldinho21 h, 9 m ago

Majority of people have no issues with cashback redemption deals. However, …Majority of people have no issues with cashback redemption deals. However, that doesn't mean it's not without risks that outweigh the rewards of saving a few quid.Potential issues with cashback deals:- Remembering to claim it on a timely basis. For many people with busy lives or things going on or people who aren't just well organized in general, it's very easy to forget. In the past if you forgot you could potentially lose out on the entire offer so no more cashback claimable, though I think they've stopped that now after consumer/watchdog clampdown.- Posting risks. If your claim gets lost in the post, you lose out. If you want to completely avoid the risk of it being lost in the post, you have to send it "Special Delivery" guaranteed or courier delivery, i.e. £5+ generally. If you want to avoid the risk of the company losing your claim after they've received it, you have to send it recorded delivery to have evidence that they received it, which is what, £1.70? And that's not guaranteed delivery, it can still get lost. You can get a certificate of posting for free from the Post Office, but that only shows you sent the claim, and that's not really much use if they say "but sorry, we didn't receive it, you should have sent it recorded" unless you take them to court or threaten to get your lawyers involved...in which case you'd not be bothering to save a few quid in the first instance if you can afford to do thata.- Company goes bust, you can't claim anymore. Unlikely with mobiles.co.uk who are a great company, but still, you never know.- General time. Do you really want to waste time out of your life filling in a claim form and then posting it at the Post Office? There's a very obvious reason why they offer these redemption deals, otherwise they would just reduce your monthly fee or make it automatic cashback without redemption. It's kinda comical that they expect you to send them a copy of your mobile phone bill...that they produce and send to you in the first place.


That quote is full of pessimism.
Anyone taking this deal, I can safely assume is using smartphone. So all you have to do is set 5 reminders in your smartphone to cover for all the cashbacks
With mobiles or e2save you don't have to post anything. Just upload the pdf bill and all sorted , doesn't sound like too much hassle to me.
Also you have 60 days from the cashback due date to claim the cashback. That is good enough time frame to find 5 mins form busy life .Worst case if forget to claim all the cashback you would still be paying £19 month, which is not a huge amount for this sort of allowance on a good network

Original Poster

Ive ordered this deal and have been sent my Pac code from 3. Does it take long to port my number to Vodafone?

db12921 h, 25 m ago

Virtually all these cashback deals allow you to download your bill and …Virtually all these cashback deals allow you to download your bill and submit your claims online at no cost. They confirm via email/text and they send you the cheques.There is no need to post anything physically or print off bills.Most people who read these postings on HUKD are more than able to conduct the entire cashback claim online and if any part is tricky, help is available.As to remembering with busy lives: set a reminder on your phone or computer.


"The required bill needs to be sent to Cashback Claims, PO Box 376, Southhampton, SO30 2PX and must be received within 60 days from the date on the bill. The bill must show your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to. "

rofldinho48 m ago

"The required bill needs to be sent to Cashback Claims, PO Box 376, …"The required bill needs to be sent to Cashback Claims, PO Box 376, Southhampton, SO30 2PX and must be received within 60 days from the date on the bill. The bill must show your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to. "


mobiles.co.uk/cas…ack

Once you know your claim periods, you will need to send a copy of your network bill for each of these months to mobiles.co.uk.

You can submit a copy of your bill online by logging in to your My Account area.

Alternatively you can send your claims by post to:

Mobiles.co.uk
PO Box 377
Southampton
SO30 2PY


I sign up for new contracts almost every year using these guys, never missed claiming. As already said, set some reminders and send it all electronically, you get a text to confirm they accepted the claim.

Not sure what rofldinho's beef is with cashback deals?
Edited by: "orgfilao" 12th Dec 2017

robertfrancis197510 h, 55 m ago

Ive ordered this deal and have been sent my Pac code from 3. Does it take …Ive ordered this deal and have been sent my Pac code from 3. Does it take long to port my number to Vodafone?



Should happen in 1/2 days once you give them PAC

I'm an existing Vodafone customer but ready for renewal. If I sign upto this will my existing contract be passed onto this one or do I need to contact Vodafone and cancel my original?

Original Poster

Just moved my number from 3 to Vodafone, started using my Vodafone Sim yesterday. So far very impressed. Much better signal at home than with 3. Along with my ZTE Axon 7 impressed so far.

Just signed up for it, do Vodafone send the details of what entertainment package you want?

Original Poster

Good choice. After being with 3 for a few years and having no reception in so many areas. Vodafone are very impressive.

Are there any Vodafone deals that include Red Entertainment on sim only?

Last year I got 20GB plus Spotify for £18pm - any similar deals around at the moment?
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