Vodafone 15% discount on monthly bills for nhs employees
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Vodafone 15% discount on monthly bills for nhs employees

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Found 2nd Feb
Just came across this on the vodafone website. Could benefit nhs employees, Not really had a proper look although i think there may be a £10 membership fee.
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Use to be 20%, they’ve reduced it to 15%
Do they allow tethering?
Generally you can negotiate a better deal than what VEA offer
o2 and EE both 20%, and more perks.
NHS staff need the discount as Theresa May and the Tories have screwed them for years
Edited by: "OutwithCameron1" 2nd Feb
You can only have the discount on tariffs that have not already been discounted. Tried applying it to the same tariff I had last year but it failed this year, so managed to negotiate a better deal with out it :-)
I had the 20% discount last year. Made an ok price at the time. However with the £6 a day charge for usage in America I have moved to 3 where it is inclusive. CS and retention's tried to justify to why they charge £6 a day for this - thanks but no thanks.
Edited by: "neilm22" 2nd Feb
Rich0692 h, 2 m ago

o2 and EE both 20%, and more perks.


O2 is 25% on most tariffs
All emergency services staff qualify for the discount, including NHS staff too.
OutwithCameron13 h, 54 m ago

NHS staff need the discount as Theresa May has screwed them for years


How she manage that? She has only been PM for less than two years. Since 1/22 workers is employed by the NHS and their average salary is 2,500 above the national average, I don’t think they do too badly compared to the rest of us. They do whine a lot though.
Edited by: "Dan_Monkfield" 2nd Feb
benblake4 h, 4 m ago

I get 30% off through Vodafone Advantage. …I get 30% off through Vodafone Advantage. https://www.vodafone.co.uk/vodafone-advantage/.


Agree I got offered 30% today after threatening to leave. Couldn't get it on the 50Gb sim only deal but did get it for £24.46pm with free Spotify so really only £14.47
Edited by: "amoulden" 2nd Feb
Dan_Monkfield2nd Feb

How she manage that? She has only been PM for less than two years. Since …How she manage that? She has only been PM for less than two years. Since 1/22 workers is employed by the NHS and their average salary is 2,500 above the national average, I don’t think they do too badly compared to the rest of us. They do whine a lot though.


She's been part of the government that decided to screw NHS staff over, if I recall she dismally failed to hit immigration targets, she is absolutely useless but at least she's setting Labour up for a win
OutwithCameron12 h, 36 m ago

She's been part of the government that decided to screw NHS staff over, if …She's been part of the government that decided to screw NHS staff over, if I recall she dismally failed to hit immigration targets, she is absolutely useless but at least she's setting Labour up for a win


May, like trump, is rubbish, but definitely the lesser of two evils. Socialism just doesn’t work.
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