Vodafone SIM only from e2save - £20pm for 20GB data now available for £12pm with cashback by redemption @e2save
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Vodafone SIM only from e2save - £20pm for 20GB data now available for £12pm with cashback by redemption @e2save

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Found 2nd Mar
For those that do not mind going via e2save and redeeming cashback an offer which is worth a go in my opinion:

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12 months sim only contract via e2save where you pay £20 to Vodafone and circa every three months upload Vodafone bill at e2save online account and they send you cheque via post.
I tried e2save redemption offer once Iin the past and I can confirm it worked for me with a contract I took a year ago with EE.
Effectively this offer works out at £12 per month for 20GB of data.
Methinks worth a punt as not many mobile providers give you this much data below £20 or even £15. But please correct me if I am wrong.
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Includes EU roaming?
after all unlimited deal from Virgin for 20 p\m with 48 cashback ..which makes it 16p\m ..and includes thetering as i am using aorox 200gb per month ,and this is my main broadband at home.i dont see anything close to call a deal for last 3 months
ricardasgudkovas2 h, 17 m ago

after all unlimited deal from Virgin for 20 p\m with 48 cashback ..which …after all unlimited deal from Virgin for 20 p\m with 48 cashback ..which makes it 16p\m ..and includes thetering as i am using aorox 200gb per month ,and this is my main broadband at home.i dont see anything close to call a deal for last 3 months


Is that still available?
do they allow tethering and do they cap the network speeds in EU?
is this include spotify or now tv?
rakuten18 m ago

is this include spotify or now tv?


No, this is the RED EXTRA tariff but the 25GB tariff has the RED ENTERTAINMENT tariff at £5 more.
Bogditzy40 m ago

do they allow tethering and do they cap the network speeds in EU?


Yes and no you get 4g in a lot of the EU
i would never trust cashback deals, except from the network itself.
WestMidlands45 m ago

i would never trust cashback deals, except from the network itself.


I've had redemption deals about 7 or 8 times from various 3rd parties with 100% success.
Even if 20% of them had failed I'd still be quids in.
I trust redemption deals much more than actual cashback deals via Quidco/TCB.
Cheers OP.
Edited by: "grazie" 4th Mar
I have this deal with mobiles.co.uk which runs out at the end of the month. No problems with redemption and will try to work out how to keep this package.
WestMidlands3 h, 54 m ago

i would never trust cashback deals, except from the network itself.


I've had £120 cashback from E2save over the past 11 months, still have £30 to come. Easy enough process to claim the cheques, 5 over the year made my £16.99 EE contract £4.49 a month.

Have also had over £1900 Quidco and £500 Topcashback over a few years, some of which included O2 and EE cashback.
Used e2save for cashback and although painful to set up received my cashback every time it was due with no issues, it isn’t straightforward though to start with so be prepared to have plenty of spare time available to spend ringing them and setting up
Redemption?!? .... Urghhh :-(
is it 4g?
roggie13rd Mar

I have this deal with mobiles.co.uk which runs out at the end of the …I have this deal with mobiles.co.uk which runs out at the end of the month. No problems with redemption and will try to work out how to keep this package.

​I also have this deal from last year but it included the 12 months entertainment. I have requested my PAC and all Vodafone could offer me was the same prices as on their website but with a £15 credit on my account.
fossman7th Mar

​I also have this deal from last year but it included the 12 months e …​I also have this deal from last year but it included the 12 months entertainment. I have requested my PAC and all Vodafone could offer me was the same prices as on their website but with a £15 credit on my account.


It's so frustrating that they would rather lose a customer than offer a deal that you KNOW is available, isn't it?

Infuriates me.
djbenny119 h, 2 m ago

It's so frustrating that they would rather lose a customer than offer a …It's so frustrating that they would rather lose a customer than offer a deal that you KNOW is available, isn't it?Infuriates me.

​All I kept getting told was "we can not match third party seller prices"
johnrose44th Mar

Used e2save for cashback and although painful to set up received my …Used e2save for cashback and although painful to set up received my cashback every time it was due with no issues, it isn’t straightforward though to start with so be prepared to have plenty of spare time available to spend ringing them and setting up


I have done these deals numerous times. They are simple to set up online. You just download the relevant bill from your mobile provider and send it to them online via their website. Never had to ring them at all.
Now got my PAC code and they couldn't get close to my existing deal, they know about the current mobiles.co.uk that works out at £12pm for 20g without Spotify. I get the feeling they are not too bothered if I leave. Now looking at the current 3 deal
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