Vodafone 5g SIM Only12 months contract on unlimited max tariff £360 with £90 automatic cashback + £10 cashback with code @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Vodafone 5g SIM Only12 months contract on unlimited max tariff £360 with £90 automatic cashback + £10 cashback with code @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Refreshed 15th Jul (Posted 11th Jul)Expires on 31/07/2019
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You can now get a further £10 automatic cashback on top of the £90 cashback so £100 in total by using code 10AUTOBACK. So works out at £21.66 per month for this Vodafone 5g SIM only 12 month contract on unlimited max tariff, factoring in the automatic cashback.
Vodafone 5g ready unlimited max sim with unlimited data at max speed, unlimited minutes and SMS.

It a 12 month contract and comes with £90 automatic cashback from mobiles.co.uk hence becomes effectively £22.50 a month with cashback .

This sim can be used in your 4g devices .
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scallygally11/07/2019 21:39

Cancer


Libra personally,but yes correct Cancer from June 21st till July 22nd.
I’m with Vodafone - I would just appreciate some 4G coverage!
DarrylJohn11/07/2019 21:46

Whether this is true or not..."What does the 5G network and a non-lethal …Whether this is true or not..."What does the 5G network and a non-lethal weapon developed by the military have in common? The Department of Defense has developed a non-lethal crowd control device called the Active Denial System (ADS). The ADS works by firing a high-powered beam of 95 GHz waves at a target—that is, millimeter wavelengths. Anyone caught in the beam will feel like their skin is burning. The burning sensation stops once the target leaves the beam. This weapon operates on 95GHz waves and 5G will operate on the same frequencies".If it makes you feel like your skin is burning instantly, what will it do over prolonged use? I mean, we can't get out of the way when 5G will be everywhere.Also a video on youtube showing it in trialed operation. Quite something if it's not fake!https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=61&v=cAZXnSsFIowBut sure, faster speed...


That's a load of bs peddled by people who are scientifically illiterate. 5G as it is currently deployed in the UK, is using frequency bands that were already in use at some point before. No one got their skin burned off their bodies from it. The people who believe that microwave radiation from cellular technology can cause burns like microwave oven have no idea how an actual microwave oven works.

Walking outside in the sun will give you a bigger dose of damaging radiation than any 5G ever could.
ashmac11/07/2019 21:27

Do we really need 5G ?Another money spinner if you ask me , we don’t need m …Do we really need 5G ?Another money spinner if you ask me , we don’t need more than 50mbs in a mobile device


Given that most 4g is between 12 and 20, sounds like we really do need it to get your 50.
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Fonehouse deal was better yesterday! Guess this is okay for those that missed it
Great price and will no doubt get EE off their technically backwards horses and do something similar!!

All we need now is Vodafone to sort out a 2g signal, somewhere in the UK and then covert it to 5g in time for the 2028 Vodafone sponsored Olympic games!!
I’m with Vodafone - I would just appreciate some 4G coverage!
GlesgaNed11/07/2019 20:58

Fonehouse deal was better yesterday! Guess this is okay for those that …Fonehouse deal was better yesterday! Guess this is okay for those that missed it


Quite true but also others will say this is better cause the cashback is automatic after 39 days.
Tempting
Can't wait to see some real 5g speed tests
Do we really need 5G ?

Another money spinner if you ask me , we don’t need more than 50mbs in a mobile device
ashmac11/07/2019 21:27

Do we really need 5G ?Another money spinner if you ask me , we don’t need m …Do we really need 5G ?Another money spinner if you ask me , we don’t need more than 50mbs in a mobile device


Given that most 4g is between 12 and 20, sounds like we really do need it to get your 50.
bitcoin511/07/2019 20:59

Great price and will no doubt get EE off their technically backwards …Great price and will no doubt get EE off their technically backwards horses and do something similar!!All we need now is Vodafone to sort out a 2g signal, somewhere in the UK and then covert it to 5g in time for the 2028 Vodafone sponsored Olympic games!!


Think Vodafone and other providers will be redistributing the 3G band width
Cancer
scallygally11/07/2019 21:39

Cancer


Libra personally,but yes correct Cancer from June 21st till July 22nd.
scallygally11/07/2019 21:39

Cancer


Whether this is true or not...

"What does the 5G network and a non-lethal weapon developed by the military have in common? The Department of Defense has developed a non-lethal crowd control device called the Active Denial System (ADS). The ADS works by firing a high-powered beam of 95 GHz waves at a target—that is, millimeter wavelengths. Anyone caught in the beam will feel like their skin is burning. The burning sensation stops once the target leaves the beam. This weapon operates on 95GHz waves and 5G will operate on the same frequencies".

If it makes you feel like your skin is burning instantly, what will it do over prolonged use? I mean, we can't get out of the way when 5G will be everywhere.

Also a video on youtube showing it in trialed operation. Quite something if it's not fake!

youtube.com/wat…Iow

But sure, faster speed...
Edited by: "DarrylJohn" 11th Jul
Good deal. Roll on when the cashback redemption deals come for these tariffs.
ashmac11/07/2019 21:27

Do we really need 5G ?Another money spinner if you ask me , we don’t need m …Do we really need 5G ?Another money spinner if you ask me , we don’t need more than 50mbs in a mobile device


We do look at Openleech it’s slow as hell with a 2015 4K speed minimum by end of 2020 - also 5G tech is superior with approx just a million devices per square mile allows fast connections, capacity, 4G allows about 50000 per sq mile, thus things slow down as base stations are oversaturated with too many devices connecting them at slower speeds.

Base stations on 5G are going to be carrying upto 10GBPS fibre for the moment - that will improve as will the amount of 5G transmitters, they don’t need to be on traditional large base stations just a wall or street furniture will do. Although for quick build out traditional base stations are being converted first, small 5G wall bases etc will build out slower to start then really pick up.

Why Voda has unlimited 5G from £32 for 30 day terms, expect Three will go even cheaper now, faster speeds for all, BT will be crying like spilt milk, unlimited 5G means BT Openleech will be losing money aswell as EEs 5G plans that are just
DarrylJohn11/07/2019 21:46

Whether this is true or not..."What does the 5G network and a non-lethal …Whether this is true or not..."What does the 5G network and a non-lethal weapon developed by the military have in common? The Department of Defense has developed a non-lethal crowd control device called the Active Denial System (ADS). The ADS works by firing a high-powered beam of 95 GHz waves at a target—that is, millimeter wavelengths. Anyone caught in the beam will feel like their skin is burning. The burning sensation stops once the target leaves the beam. This weapon operates on 95GHz waves and 5G will operate on the same frequencies".If it makes you feel like your skin is burning instantly, what will it do over prolonged use? I mean, we can't get out of the way when 5G will be everywhere.Also a video on youtube showing it in trialed operation. Quite something if it's not fake!https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=61&v=cAZXnSsFIowBut sure, faster speed...


Like a international court won’t allow a trial if the US use it on anyone

“We designed this great system but the lawsuits prevent the use of it, it’s fun splashing billions out though”
DarrylJohn11/07/2019 21:46

Whether this is true or not..."What does the 5G network and a non-lethal …Whether this is true or not..."What does the 5G network and a non-lethal weapon developed by the military have in common? The Department of Defense has developed a non-lethal crowd control device called the Active Denial System (ADS). The ADS works by firing a high-powered beam of 95 GHz waves at a target—that is, millimeter wavelengths. Anyone caught in the beam will feel like their skin is burning. The burning sensation stops once the target leaves the beam. This weapon operates on 95GHz waves and 5G will operate on the same frequencies".If it makes you feel like your skin is burning instantly, what will it do over prolonged use? I mean, we can't get out of the way when 5G will be everywhere.Also a video on youtube showing it in trialed operation. Quite something if it's not fake!https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=61&v=cAZXnSsFIowBut sure, faster speed...


If you worry about this - don't read about bananas.
johnny_storm11/07/2019 21:32

Given that most 4g is between 12 and 20, sounds like we really do need it …Given that most 4g is between 12 and 20, sounds like we really do need it to get your 50.



You can use it as your home router as well.
seaniboy11/07/2019 22:19

We do look at Openleech it’s slow as hell with a 2015 4K speed minimum by e …We do look at Openleech it’s slow as hell with a 2015 4K speed minimum by end of 2020 - also 5G tech is superior with approx just a million devices per square mile allows fast connections, capacity, 4G allows about 50000 per sq mile, thus things slow down as base stations are oversaturated with too many devices connecting them at slower speeds. Base stations on 5G are going to be carrying upto 10GBPS fibre for the moment - that will improve as will the amount of 5G transmitters, they don’t need to be on traditional large base stations just a wall or street furniture will do. Although for quick build out traditional base stations are being converted first, small 5G wall bases etc will build out slower to start then really pick up. Why Voda has unlimited 5G from £32 for 30 day terms, expect Three will go even cheaper now, faster speeds for all, BT will be crying like spilt milk, unlimited 5G means BT Openleech will be losing money aswell as EEs 5G plans that are just


I wonder what three will release in August, will they allow existing customers be 5g customers from day 1 like when 4g came out... in relation to your deal understand what u saying. On this deal you can get extra cashback if go through same site as well. Again you can say advantage of yours 30 days contract, but disadvantage £2 a month increase and no guarantee payout.

Sayin that where I am, Vodafone is "very fast" 106mb download!
Virgin media 4g speeds are always around 75mbs which is plenty.
Think it's more ping with 5G isn't it? Pages will load quicker than 4G.
Am i right in thinking different networks have different ping? Found Vodafone and 3's 4G snappy when loading sites but EE just woeful
Noob question... Won't you need a 5g compatible phone?
waheed31512/07/2019 06:39

Noob question... Won't you need a 5g compatible phone?


The sim will work in other phones, but you won't get 5G speeds
DarrylJohn11/07/2019 21:46

Whether this is true or not..."What does the 5G network and a non-lethal …Whether this is true or not..."What does the 5G network and a non-lethal weapon developed by the military have in common? The Department of Defense has developed a non-lethal crowd control device called the Active Denial System (ADS). The ADS works by firing a high-powered beam of 95 GHz waves at a target—that is, millimeter wavelengths. Anyone caught in the beam will feel like their skin is burning. The burning sensation stops once the target leaves the beam. This weapon operates on 95GHz waves and 5G will operate on the same frequencies".If it makes you feel like your skin is burning instantly, what will it do over prolonged use? I mean, we can't get out of the way when 5G will be everywhere.Also a video on youtube showing it in trialed operation. Quite something if it's not fake!https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=61&v=cAZXnSsFIowBut sure, faster speed...


That's a load of bs peddled by people who are scientifically illiterate. 5G as it is currently deployed in the UK, is using frequency bands that were already in use at some point before. No one got their skin burned off their bodies from it. The people who believe that microwave radiation from cellular technology can cause burns like microwave oven have no idea how an actual microwave oven works.

Walking outside in the sun will give you a bigger dose of damaging radiation than any 5G ever could.
Is this for new customers only?
ladiesman58912/07/2019 11:25

Is this for new customers only?


New connections you can be Vodafone customer. But since this is through a seller, wont get 15% off for extra line offer as you would get direct with Vodafone
Tim129212/07/2019 11:07

That's a load of bs peddled by people who are scientifically illiterate. …That's a load of bs peddled by people who are scientifically illiterate. 5G as it is currently deployed in the UK, is using frequency bands that were already in use at some point before. No one got their skin burned off their bodies from it. The people who believe that microwave radiation from cellular technology can cause burns like microwave oven have no idea how an actual microwave oven works.Walking outside in the sun will give you a bigger dose of damaging radiation than any 5G ever could.


Yeah, like I said whether it's true or not. However the 5GHz will be at much less concentrated levels.

I do know though that when I call someone on my mobile, I do get slight headaches so tend to hold it further from my ear as a result = no issues
Can you use this deal to tethering?
NicolsDiMarco12/07/2019 12:28

Can you use this deal to tethering?


Yes you can and in UK be unlimited within the inclusive roaming areas, be 25gb a month.
Personally I wouldn't go back to vodafone if it was free BUT it sets the bench marks for the other networks to follow which is key here, so hot for that reason
I stream full HD movies on three 4g no problem at all so what will 5G add?
mattturner75612/07/2019 06:07

Think it's more ping with 5G isn't it? Pages will load quicker than 4G.Am …Think it's more ping with 5G isn't it? Pages will load quicker than 4G.Am i right in thinking different networks have different ping? Found Vodafone and 3's 4G snappy when loading sites but EE just woeful


It's supposed to be little to no ping, that's one of the main advantages..
ASD00712/07/2019 15:23

I stream full HD movies on three 4g no problem at all so what will 5G add?


What about 4k and 3 at the same time
Only unlimited sim i would consider. the 2mpbs and 10mbps are complete joke. 5G on sub 10mbps speed? Why even bother and if i had to pay £23 monthly for 2mbps then thats just a highway robbery
ShamWow13/07/2019 11:51

Only unlimited sim i would consider. the 2mpbs and 10mbps are complete …Only unlimited sim i would consider. the 2mpbs and 10mbps are complete joke. 5G on sub 10mbps speed? Why even bother and if i had to pay £23 monthly for 2mbps then thats just a highway robbery



For some 2 or 10 megs is what BT Openreach don’t deliver, most would upgrade to 10/unlimited anyway when they realise just what they can do with more speed that they never ever considered with BT.

Of course being 5G capable when it goes live in areas most people will pay that extra unlimited plan cost.

I can get 30-60megs on 4G on Voda so why would I pay for 2 or 10 megs, so I took a 30 day term - test sim.

I expect V 5G will be 2021 here
seaniboy13/07/2019 19:50

For some 2 or 10 megs is what BT Openreach don’t deliver, most would u …For some 2 or 10 megs is what BT Openreach don’t deliver, most would upgrade to 10/unlimited anyway when they realise just what they can do with more speed that they never ever considered with BT. Of course being 5G capable when it goes live in areas most people will pay that extra unlimited plan cost. I can get 30-60megs on 4G on Voda so why would I pay for 2 or 10 megs, so I took a 30 day term - test sim. I expect V 5G will be 2021 here


Wonder cause its 30 days what "retention deal" they offer when u say u want to leave. Also could use voxi sim to do a quick test?
iceburnmarko13/07/2019 20:40

Wonder cause its 30 days what "retention deal" they offer when u say u …Wonder cause its 30 days what "retention deal" they offer when u say u want to leave. Also could use voxi sim to do a quick test?


Voxi is going unlimited/5G later 2019. I have a Voxi in my dual Redmi 6A with EE but why top up £20 when it’s unlimited for a little more lol also VoLTE needed testing & Wi-fi Calling is available too
seaniboy13/07/2019 20:43

Voxi is going unlimited/5G later 2019. I have a Voxi in my dual Redmi 6A …Voxi is going unlimited/5G later 2019. I have a Voxi in my dual Redmi 6A with EE but why top up £20 when it’s unlimited for a little more lol also VoLTE needed testing & Wi-fi Calling is available too


Is it going unlimited got a link about it or just been told (not saying u lying just wonder if they released a press released what they said) but when I said use voxi (actually could of used a Vodafone £1 a day sim) could use to do coverage , speed test etc..

But obviously done that since already had voxi
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