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Vodafone Red Plan 5GB pm, 12 mth contract - £15 pm reduced to £3 pm after £144 cashback via Fonehouse plus £5.05 via Topcashback
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Vodafone Red Plan 5GB pm, 12 mth contract - £15 pm reduced to £3 pm after £144 cashback via Fonehouse plus £5.05 via Topcashback

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Posted 20th Dec 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

I previously listed a 20GB offer from Fonehouse a couple days ago (I have no affiliation with Fonehouse other than as a customer), but I now see a 5GB data offer for £3 a month. This is the most data I've seen for £3 per month after cashback with any provider! Great for those who have wifi and don't need a lot of data.

The plan includes:
5GB data per month
5G ready, no speed caps
Unlimited minutes
Unlimited texts
Global roaming in 48 countries
Veryme rewards

This offer can be obtained thru topcashback. You can get £5.05 cash back as well. It is the first special deal on the page.3370255.jpg
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22 Comments
Not seeing £144 cashback?
GlitchFace20/12/2019 15:00

Not seeing £144 cashback?

I think FH now tweaked cashback offer effectively making it £4pm.
Thats a 33% hike in pricing. Cold
sorry guys, go thru topcash back to get the deal topcashback.co.uk/fon…se/


if you look at special deals you will see it is the first offer. I will amend it on the offer mentioning topcashback £5.05 as well


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Thanks OP
Just exactly what I need
Any idea that an additional line discount (15%) wll be eligible if we have an existing vodafone contract from vodafone ?
Maggideals, funny you should mention, I ordered the 20GB sim via fonehouse 2 days ago, contacted vodafone today when I got my sim and requested a 15% discount because I had 3 sims with them and they said they would give 15% on the third sim once my account was set up. I think it depends on how nice the CS person is. Good luck!
kchow094920/12/2019 18:30

Maggideals, funny you should mention, I ordered the 20GB sim via fonehouse …Maggideals, funny you should mention, I ordered the 20GB sim via fonehouse 2 days ago, contacted vodafone today when I got my sim and requested a 15% discount because I had 3 sims with them and they said they would give 15% on the third sim once my account was set up. I think it depends on how nice the CS person is. Good luck!


Thats great..But afraid will it force fonehouse to decline d cashback ?
maggideals20/12/2019 18:33

Thats great..But afraid will it force fonehouse to decline d cashback ?


Not sure, I'll have to ask Fonehouse. But even if Fonehouse says no, £3 pm is a great bargain for 5GB.
Arsenal01201920/12/2019 16:06

Thanks OPJust exactly what I need


You're welcome. Glad you can take advantage of this great deal.
Decent deal especially with veryme freebies
You have to claim the cashback at intervals right?
waste of time - £15 a month and you then have to claim the £144 cashback over 5 stages. Then after 12 months have to do this waste of time again. Value my own time at far more than that hassle. Just charge £3 a month vodafone!!
salispropnews20/12/2019 20:02

waste of time - £15 a month and you then have to claim the £144 cashback o …waste of time - £15 a month and you then have to claim the £144 cashback over 5 stages. Then after 12 months have to do this waste of time again. Value my own time at far more than that hassle. Just charge £3 a month vodafone!!



Looks like it would take less than 10 mins, all done online.

Claiming Cashback It’s super simple to claim your cashback. All that’s required is your network bill and your Fonehouse account. Just login into your account and click the button titled ‘Claim Cashback’.

A form will be pulled up, asking you to fill in your order number, name. email address, date of birth, network, telephone number and bill date. You’ll also be asked to include a PDF download of your relevant bill then simply enter the details you gave when you placed the order and submit your claim. You’ll get an email shortly confirming your claim has been submitted successfully.
Edited by: "Candystore" 20th Dec 2019
salispropnews20/12/2019 20:02

waste of time - £15 a month and you then have to claim the £144 cashback o …waste of time - £15 a month and you then have to claim the £144 cashback over 5 stages. Then after 12 months have to do this waste of time again. Value my own time at far more than that hassle. Just charge £3 a month vodafone!!


£144 for the sake of 20 mins or so combined time. How much do you get paid at work for 20 mins?!
Tozzel20/12/2019 21:16

£144 for the sake of 20 mins or so combined time. How much do you get paid …£144 for the sake of 20 mins or so combined time. How much do you get paid at work for 20 mins?!


Only if fone house is still in business for the full 12 months. Your contract is with fone house so if they go under you are liable for the full £144. Many people have been stung in the past with these types of deals.
When it will expire??!!
zaheer200320/12/2019 23:23

Only if fone house is still in business for the full 12 months. Your …Only if fone house is still in business for the full 12 months. Your contract is with fone house so if they go under you are liable for the full £144. Many people have been stung in the past with these types of deals.


If they go under, how could you be liable to them.. Confused
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KingCellulose21/12/2019 11:36

If they go under, how could you be liable to them.. Confused


Doesn’t say liable to them, says liable for the £144, which means sense.

The cashback is in paid in 5 instalments so unless ur very unlucky so you should get some of it back, making it less risky IMO.
zaheer200320/12/2019 23:23

Only if fone house is still in business for the full 12 months. Your …Only if fone house is still in business for the full 12 months. Your contract is with fone house so if they go under you are liable for the full £144. Many people have been stung in the past with these types of deals.



Phones4U went under but I can’t think of anybody else.

Loads of people have been successfully getting cash back via mobiles.co.uk, e2save, mobile phones direct and others for years.

Yes there is a risk but it’s not very big.
RaveyDavey21/12/2019 14:53

Phones4U went under but I can’t think of anybody else. Loads of people h …Phones4U went under but I can’t think of anybody else. Loads of people have been successfully getting cash back via mobiles.co.uk, e2save, mobile phones direct and others for years.Yes there is a risk but it’s not very big.


There were many small retailers that did offers like this that went under, and then people went crying to the phone networks thinking they would be helped out which didn't happen, so some of them went to their MPs in tears as they took out contracts for £500 which they didn't need. Just be aware that if it all goes wrong you could be £144 out of pocket, as long as you factor that it in, you should be OK.
Edited by: "zaheer2003" 21st Dec 2019
zaheer200321/12/2019 15:46

There were many small retailers that did offers like this that went under, …There were many small retailers that did offers like this that went under, and then people went crying to the phone networks thinking they would be helped out which didn't happen, so some of them went to their MPs in tears as they took out contracts for £500 which they didn't need. Just be aware that if it all goes wrong you could be £144 out of pocket, as long as you factor that it in, you should be OK.


Who are the other retailers? Got links to any news articles or anything?
RaveyDavey21/12/2019 18:47

Who are the other retailers? Got links to any news articles or anything?


have a look on mse forum - most of the problems were around 10 years ago with companies going bust and others rejecting claims claiming not received by post etc..
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