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VODAFONE SIM ONLY 600MINS UNLD TEXT £70 QUIDCO
VODAFONE SIM ONLY 600MINS UNLD TEXT £70 QUIDCO

VODAFONE SIM ONLY 600MINS UNLD TEXT £70 QUIDCO

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I KNOW THIS MIGHT BE POSTED EARLIER BUT THOUGHT JUST TO REFRESH.
CANT FIND ANY BETTER DEAL THAN THIS.

£15PM X 12 MONTHS = £180 LESS £70 QUIDCO
EFFECTIVE £ 9.16 PER MONTH

600MINS UNLIMITED TEXTS

Say hello to more talk time and texts. With a SIM only Pay monthly plan, you'll enjoy even more value than you'd get with a contract phone.

Just pop our SIM into your existing phone - and enjoy outstanding service from the word go. Our UK call centre helps with everything from tariffs to texting. There's free delivery when you buy online, and our 7-day returns policy guarantees you peace of mind. You can even keep your existing number

13 Comments

No internet allowance with this, and Quidco not guaranteed.

It's a shame, I could probably have done it with a couple hundred less minutes with web included! Still smoking hot though!

garbage456;7828742

isnt the t mobile one better 12 month deal, 600 mins , 500 texts and a … isnt the t mobile one better 12 month deal, 600 mins , 500 texts and a free booster including free internet



yeah I saw that one alas, no T-Mobile 3g round here (yet) and the 2g's pretty pants too! Cheers Anyway!! :thumbsup:

I took this deal in June last year with a £60 cashback from Quidco, unfortunately as is the norm with Quidco on cashbacks over a couple of quid, it took three or four tickets and 6 months to get the cashback. As far as Vodafone are concerned, the service is total XXXX I can't get 3g and was advised by Vodafoney that coverage in my area is not very good, yeah I know that by having to hang out the bathroom window with one leg in the sink to make a call ; (

I went for the Tmobile 12 month contract SIm only deal of 600 mins 500 texts with the Internet booster. TCB tracked at £40 which works out at 11.67pm for twelve months. I don't need the texts but wanted the internet...

patrick

Mobile contracts without unltd internet are no good these days.
Not unless you have a really old phone anyway.

££ JASE ££;7829408

Mobile contracts without unltd internet are no good these days.Not unless … Mobile contracts without unltd internet are no good these days.Not unless you have a really old phone anyway.



I don't think that's actually true. Some research just came out showing the average iPhone data usage per month was about 250MB, well within every operator's "unlimited" internet allowance, and maybe 10% were hitting anything above 500MB per month.
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Got the wife a rolling 30 day sim only deal from virgin just before christmas 600 mins,unlimited texts(3000 texts) , with unlimited virgin to virgin mins(3000 mins) for £15, sure it was for existing customers .Ok if family or kids are on virgin pay as you go.

sputty;7830949

I don't think that's actually true. Some research just came out showing … I don't think that's actually true. Some research just came out showing the average iPhone data usage per month was about 250MB, well within every operator's "unlimited" internet allowance, and maybe 10% were hitting anything above 500MB per month.http://blogs.consumerreports.org/electronics/2010/02/iphone-data-usage-smart-phones-smartphones-blackberry-mb-network-att-carrier-istress.html



The trouble is, this SIM has ZERO internet allowance.

sputty;7830949

I don't think that's actually true. Some research just came out showing … I don't think that's actually true. Some research just came out showing the average iPhone data usage per month was about 250MB, well within every operator's "unlimited" internet allowance, and maybe 10% were hitting anything above 500MB per month.http://blogs.consumerreports.org/electronics/2010/02/iphone-data-usage-smart-phones-smartphones-blackberry-mb-network-att-carrier-istress.html



The absolute propensity of mobile development favours greater internet usage. The research you read was either A - out of date or B - sponsored by mobile carriers.

Looks like old research to me! I-Phone and massively, recently Android phones rely on cloud-based (fed-from-internet) solutions, and more increasingly so all the time. As we've seen the MO's try to limit the bandwidth when it's in their interests! :whistling:

Hang on, when that guy said "without unlimited internet" I assumed he referred more generally to "unlimited* internet" being effectively untrue and we weren't talking about this package specifically. For this package, sure, yep: No good at all

I would say that I have no problem with companies limiting bandwidth to preserve some basic level of service, but only as a short-term solution (months) while infrastructure is upgraded.

I spoke to the person in online help who gave me a promo code FREEBLK to get a free vodafone 533
makes the deal even better but I'm a little concerned that it may affect my quidco.
If anyone has had issues with anything similar please let me know

Got a spam email, but may be useful to those getting this sim as above with free VODAFONE 533 handset, but for different colours:
use code FREEBLK, FREEICE, FREEPTL, ONLYFORGIRLS = vodafone 533 colour ranges black, ice, petrol, light pink

as joeydawson said may affect quidco...
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