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Vodafone sim only 60gb (5G) - £20/month = £240 total / £8.50/month after cash back = £102 total over 12 months @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Vodafone sim only 60gb (5G) - £20/month = £240 total / £8.50/month after cash back = £102 total over 12 months @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Posted 8th May
Having missed out on the deal from Fonehouse last month, I came across this which is almost as good (£1 per month more after cash back) and for pretty much the same sim deal.

There’s also another option of £90 automatic cash back if you can’t be bothered to fill in the claim forms, that makes the monthly cost £12.50 instead which is still a great deal in my opinion!

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Just a heads up: This company supplied my son a refurbished phone which was blocked by EE as it had been reported stolen.
Could say that they got burned a bit, BUT they are dragging their feet sorting it and CS is not good ( even bearing in mind Covid 19 )
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Anyone know when the offer finishes? My contract is due end of this month
JaYy_dOg08/05/2020 11:57

Anyone know when the offer finishes? My contract is due end of this month


It says “offer extended” on it so I don’t think it’ll be for much longer, no definite date though
Just a heads up: This company supplied my son a refurbished phone which was blocked by EE as it had been reported stolen.
Could say that they got burned a bit, BUT they are dragging their feet sorting it and CS is not good ( even bearing in mind Covid 19 )
Should have also mentioned that the contract took ages to set up properly as they supplied a buisness SIM package which was not as advertosed ( sorted by direct contact with O2 )
Keith953408/05/2020 12:04

Should have also mentioned that the contract took ages to set up properly …Should have also mentioned that the contract took ages to set up properly as they supplied a buisness SIM package which was not as advertosed ( sorted by direct contact with O2 )


Sorry that you have to go throught that. However, i have had a pleasant experience with them. They supplied my current contract with vodaphone and even had a cash back from them. My contract expires in 28 days. I took out a year's contract. I am a happy customer. Its a cheap deal. However i dont have a 5G phone so dont know if this will work with my honor V10 as it says 5G. Anyone knows please?
Edited by: "JesusisLord" 8th May
JesusisLord08/05/2020 12:36

Sorry that you have to go throught that. However, i have had a pleasant …Sorry that you have to go throught that. However, i have had a pleasant experience with them. They supplied my current contract with vodaphone and even had a cash back from them. My contract expires in 28 days. I took out a year's contract. I am a happy customer. Its a cheap deal. However i dont have a 5G phone so dont know if this will work with my honor V10 as it says 5G. Anyone knows please?


I ordered my parents contracts through them and they seemed fine too, they’re one of a couple of mobile sites I keep my eye on for deals. The sim card will work fine in your phone but you’ll only get a 4g signal until you get a phone that supports 5g. I’m in the same situation until I upgrade my device later in the year. Hope this helps!
JesusisLord08/05/2020 12:36

Sorry that you have to go throught that. However, i have had a pleasant …Sorry that you have to go throught that. However, i have had a pleasant experience with them. They supplied my current contract with vodaphone and even had a cash back from them. My contract expires in 28 days. I took out a year's contract. I am a happy customer. Its a cheap deal. However i dont have a 5G phone so dont know if this will work with my honor V10 as it says 5G. Anyone knows please?


Yes will work 3g,4g and 5g in a 5g phone.
RossGeorge08/05/2020 12:45

I ordered my parents contracts through them and they seemed fine too, …I ordered my parents contracts through them and they seemed fine too, they’re one of a couple of mobile sites I keep my eye on for deals. The sim card will work fine in your phone but you’ll only get a 4g signal until you get a phone that supports 5g. I’m in the same situation until I upgrade my device later in the year. Hope this helps!


Thank you so much Ross. Yes, i woild get the 5G mobile later in the year as well. Thank you!!! Do you have any deal in mind? I need a good deal in the next 28 days. Any recommendation? Thanks
JesusisLord08/05/2020 12:55

Thank you so much Ross. Yes, i woild get the 5G mobile later in the year …Thank you so much Ross. Yes, i woild get the 5G mobile later in the year as well. Thank you!!! Do you have any deal in mind? I need a good deal in the next 28 days. Any recommendation? Thanks


This is a decent sim only deal to prepare you for having a 5g capable phone, if you’re happy with your phone at the min? I’m one of the sheep though and I’ve had iPhones since the iPhone 3, so not much use at recommending other phones unfortunately!
I'm currently with them, had no probs, think they are part of Carphone Warehouse. Contract is up next month so looking for a new deal
Edited by: "mozbud" 8th May
RossGeorge08/05/2020 13:37

This is a decent sim only deal to prepare you for having a 5g capable …This is a decent sim only deal to prepare you for having a 5g capable phone, if you’re happy with your phone at the min? I’m one of the sheep though and I’ve had iPhones since the iPhone 3, so not much use at recommending other phones unfortunately!

You won't be getting 5g with those phones anyway.They don't do WhatsApp now do they .
Decent offer. I trialled a voda payg sim in two locations to see if a contract is worth it. In the first location voda was almost as fast as EE. In the second location voda was less than half the speed, despite using the same mast (albeit diff cell id obviously) in clear sight half a mile away. Both usuable though, but for some reason both tests had a few percentage data loss according to stats. Where as EE showed 0% data loss for both. That coupled with what appears as universal hatred of vodafone customer support doesnt help. Frustrating because Voda was the only network to come close to EE for speed and theres some decent offers right now, where as EE offers has dried up.
Used this company for a number of years, part of CPW. I ordered this deal for my son a few weeks ago and all setup within a couple of days. Heat
Keith953408/05/2020 12:03

Just a heads up: This company supplied my son a refurbished phone which …Just a heads up: This company supplied my son a refurbished phone which was blocked by EE as it had been reported stolen. Could say that they got burned a bit, BUT they are dragging their feet sorting it and CS is not good ( even bearing in mind Covid 19 )


That is sim only contract
Shame to hear that as mobiles.co.uk have been great for me, good deals on flagship phones new (not used).

August 2012 Brand new Galaxy S3 (approx 3 months after phones release) for approx £21 per month after claiming cash back.

May 2018 brand new Galaxy S9 (approx 3 months after phones release) for £65 upfront after topcashback claim and then £23 * 24 months.

About to come out of contract and since the cpu, ram and storage space is more than ample I am running the phone into the ground with Giff Gaff £6 monthly rolling contract.
Edited by: "Torque79" 8th May
JesusisLord08/05/2020 12:55

Thank you so much Ross. Yes, i woild get the 5G mobile later in the year …Thank you so much Ross. Yes, i woild get the 5G mobile later in the year as well. Thank you!!! Do you have any deal in mind? I need a good deal in the next 28 days. Any recommendation? Thanks


This is good deal, 60gb in full speed, EU allowance, tethering, good customer services, not the best (ee) but good coverage + do not forget get deals from VeryMe.
Only downside it there - when contract is finish, you will have to look for new contract as Vodafone will not keep you on same tariff/discount as you third party customer.
And if you look for new contract - take it now as every April tariffs goes up regardless of length of contract.
Edited by: "junk15" 8th May
junk1508/05/2020 14:27

This is good deal, 60gb in full speed, EU allowance, tethering, good …This is good deal, 60gb in full speed, EU allowance, tethering, good customer services, not the best (ee) but good coverage + do not forget get deals from VeryMe.Only downside it there - when contract is finish, you will have to look for new contract as Vodafone will not keep you on same tariff/discount as you third party customer.And if you look for new contract - take it now as every April tariffs goes up regardless of length of contract.


Thanks. Whay do you mean by not the best EE?
Is the speed capped on this tariff? WiFi calling?
Rustyness08/05/2020 15:33

Is the speed capped on this tariff? WiFi calling?



vodafone only tend to cap their unlimited plans. So capped plans are full speed. Their unlimited plans come in three speeds (slow, just about enough for hd video, and unrestricted). I kinda like the way vodafone do this - if you pay for 60 gigs then you pay for 60 gigs - no point in them throttling it. Yes to wifi calling.
This was posted by Mr Switch in Early April and is still current. It was due to end at the end of April, but was extended:

hotukdeals.com/dea…868

It is also available through their sister site e2save.

Heat added again

Cheers
Currently with Vodafone through Mobiles, aside from their website account system needing Dr Robert Langdon around every time to login for cashback claims, I’ve had no bother. Cheques always arrive when they say, etc.
Edited by: "Jameseh" 9th May
Vodafone owe us, the UK public, over £5 billion in taxes. George osborne let them off.
JesusisLord08/05/2020 14:48

Thanks. Whay do you mean by not the best EE?


I meant: Vodafone is not so good as EE coverage around UK, EE the best UK coverage network, this is my view based on my traveling around UK.
Or if you fancy you can go for this similar deal:

mobiles.co.uk/vod…C-1

Same tariff but you get a cheque sent after 30 days for £90. Just got mine through here. Happy to pay £12.50 for the year with only having to cash one cheque as opposed to multiple redemption. Each to their own though. Still amazing for the price, left them to go with Smarty and reception was poor. Back to what i know works well, Vodafone.
How's their cashback claim process? All online?
dougster7908/05/2020 20:06

Or if you fancy you can go for this similar …Or if you fancy you can go for this similar deal:https://www.mobiles.co.uk/vodafone-sim-only-deals?tariffcode=BDACMFEB25&giftcode=autocashback&sort=default&filter_tariff_data%5B0%5D=%3E%3D20000%2C-1Same tariff but you get a cheque sent after 30 days for £90. Just got mine through here. Happy to pay £12.50 for the year with only having to cash one cheque as opposed to multiple redemption. Each to their own though. Still amazing for the price, left them to go with Smarty and reception was poor. Back to what i know works well, Vodafone.


Your eyes are as bad as mine it's 38 days
Scott_Lang09/05/2020 10:27

How's their cashback claim process? All online?


Very simple in my experience. Just head over to your account at vodafone, download the relevant months invoice as a PDF, upload said PDF to your mobiles account. Cheque arrives a couple to three weeks later.
Go through Quidco/TCB for another £10 cashback. Do this every year with Mobiles.co.uk as Vodafone never give me a decent retentions deal.
Edited by: "Mentos" 9th May
enzero09/05/2020 11:43

Very simple in my experience. Just head over to your account at vodafone, …Very simple in my experience. Just head over to your account at vodafone, download the relevant months invoice as a PDF, upload said PDF to your mobiles account. Cheque arrives a couple to three weeks later.


Ok, so it is online, that's good. So it's a cheque and not direct transfer like fonehouse. Thanks
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Mentos09/05/2020 14:10

Go through Quidco/TCB for another £10 cashback. Do this every year with …Go through Quidco/TCB for another £10 cashback. Do this every year with Mobiles.co.uk as Vodafone never give me a decent retentions deal.


You should have got a Voxi £10 u/l 30 day only SIM for now and saved until it starts counting then gone for a mobiles deal.Who knows it could last forever .And cashback Quidco.
Mentos09/05/2020 14:10

Go through Quidco/TCB for another £10 cashback. Do this every year with …Go through Quidco/TCB for another £10 cashback. Do this every year with Mobiles.co.uk as Vodafone never give me a decent retentions deal.

Edited by: "menace4765" 9th May
menace476509/05/2020 14:17

Y You should have got a Voxi £10 u/l 30 day only SIM for now and saved …Y You should have got a Voxi £10 u/l 30 day only SIM for now and saved until it starts counting then gone for a mobiles deal.Who knows it could last forever .And cashback Quidco.



Thanks but I wont get anywhere near using the full 60GB, so unlimited data doesn't really matter to me.

Moreover, whilst I know Voxi is essentially Vodafone, I'm never sure if they have the same network priority (now or in the future).

Vodafone Red at this price suits me down to the ground:

- Been using it for years and know it largely works in my main locations.

- I like the roaming, particularly roam further destinations where I can receive calls for free (I just get a local SIM if needed for Data/outgoing, or pay the £6 on the odd day I'm not on wifi). Would prefer the 77 country roaming i'm on now, but they've moved that to the un-ltd plans only now

- Very me generally gets me a few quid back every month for stuff i'd buy anyway.

- Having the headache of switching once a year is tolerable. But don't want to be on a temporary plan. Prefer to lock it down and be done with it for a year. If I could get similar on 2 years, I'd probably do that.

Will grab this for myself. And the 5GB Red Entertainment (net £10.75) for my wife to cover Spotify. She doesn't use much data, but as she's a Nurse will get un-ltd data for 6 months through the offer they're doing for NHS.
Edited by: "Mentos" 9th May
Scott_Lang09/05/2020 14:12

Ok, so it is online, that's good. So it's a cheque and not direct transfer …Ok, so it is online, that's good. So it's a cheque and not direct transfer like fonehouse. Thanks


Just in case you don't know, most banks allow you to scan cheques in now through the mobile banking apps (HSBC do at least).

Been with mobiles.co.uk for a year and that's exactly what I do when the cheque comes in the post. Obviously just takes an additional week or so for the funds to clear
Callum_Atwal09/05/2020 14:29

Just in case you don't know, most banks allow you to scan cheques in now …Just in case you don't know, most banks allow you to scan cheques in now through the mobile banking apps (HSBC do at least). Been with mobiles.co.uk for a year and that's exactly what I do when the cheque comes in the post. Obviously just takes an additional week or so for the funds to clear


Yeah. Barclays and Starling do it too.

I wonder how affordable mobiles cashback procedure is...
They have a Red Entertainment (60 GB) for £13.50
Mentos09/05/2020 14:26

Thanks but I wont get anywhere near using the full 60GB, so unlimited data …Thanks but I wont get anywhere near using the full 60GB, so unlimited data doesn't really matter to me.Moreover, whilst I know Voxi is essentially Vodafone, I'm never sure if they have the same network priority (now or in the future).Vodafone Red at this price suits me down to the ground:- Been using it for years and know it largely works in my main locations. - I like the roaming, particularly roam further destinations where I can receive calls for free (I just get a local SIM if needed for Data/outgoing, or pay the £6 on the odd day I'm not on wifi). Would prefer the 77 country roaming i'm on now, but they've moved that to the un-ltd plans only now - Very me generally gets me a few quid back every month for stuff i'd buy anyway.- Having the headache of switching once a year is tolerable. But don't want to be on a temporary plan. Prefer to lock it down and be done with it for a year. If I could get similar on 2 years, I'd probably do that.Will grab this for myself. And the 5GB Red Entertainment (net £10.75) for my wife to cover Spotify. She doesn't use much data, but as she's a Nurse will get un-ltd data for 6 months through the offer they're doing for NHS.


I had a PAYG Vodafone SIM and never noticed any difference in speeds.If I did the cashback deal think I'd get the one off cashback payment.
menace476509/05/2020 14:32

I had a PAYG Vodafone SIM and never noticed any difference in speeds.If I …I had a PAYG Vodafone SIM and never noticed any difference in speeds.If I did the cashback deal think I'd get the one off cashback payment.


Mobiles key to our lives now. Lots of 2 factor verification, etc. Don't want the headache of switching and finding now or in future they use a different profile. And have trouble somewhere important. Atleast not for a few quid.

Theres always a risk with cash back. But I've been doing it with mobiles.co.uk over our 4 contracts (manage parents as well) for years.

I've lined them all up so they bill around the same time. So once every couple of months I have a calendar note on my phone to submit the claims. Takes me ~10-15 mins to do all four contracts.

If it was only one contract i'd probably go upfront cashback. But over 4 contracts the difference adds up.
I'm currently on Vodafone (end of contract) and want to bring my number over to this one. Is the best way to get another payg sim, get pac from voda transferred to it, then get pac from that transferred to new voda?
I was gonna go with a 3 sim as the intermediary as it seems quite painless... Unless there is a quicker way to do this??

Ta for reading
chimpforyou09/05/2020 15:39

I'm currently on Vodafone (end of contract) and want to bring my number …I'm currently on Vodafone (end of contract) and want to bring my number over to this one. Is the best way to get another payg sim, get pac from voda transferred to it, then get pac from that transferred to new voda?I was gonna go with a 3 sim as the intermediary as it seems quite painless... Unless there is a quicker way to do this??Ta for reading


Vodafone should be able to do a number migration for you from one sim to another, and it’s just the same process of using pac codes where it will cancel your existing contract upon transferring it. You’ll probably have to contact customer services to sort it though as I doubt it’s possible to just do online.
RossGeorge09/05/2020 15:42

Vodafone should be able to do a number migration for you from one sim to …Vodafone should be able to do a number migration for you from one sim to another, and it’s just the same process of using pac codes where it will cancel your existing contract upon transferring it. You’ll probably have to contact customer services to sort it though as I doubt it’s possible to just do online.


Is that the old process where they'll have to put it on a payg for 30 days or would it be direct from old contract to new?
chimpforyou09/05/2020 16:09

Is that the old process where they'll have to put it on a payg for 30 days …Is that the old process where they'll have to put it on a payg for 30 days or would it be direct from old contract to new?


It should just be direct, I had to do it for my mums old contract to her new sim only (this was with o2) a couple of months ago, took 2 days to transfer.
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