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Vodafone SIM Unlimited data/mins/txt £23 x 12 months - £276 - £9.67 with cashback (possible £7.57 with TCB)
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Vodafone SIM Unlimited data/mins/txt £23 x 12 months - £276 - £9.67 with cashback (possible £7.57 with TCB)

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Posted 23rd Nov 2019Edited by:"soled73"

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

**edit download speed restricted to 2Mb. 10Mb would be £11.42 or £9.32 with tcb)


So this is another cashback by redemption offer. If your happy to claim then the offer is as follows:

Vodafone SIM with unlimited data, unlimited minutes and unlimited txts
Price £23 per month for 12 months
Cashback is £160.00
Effective price is (£23x12) - £160 = £116 = £9.67

Take out through Topcashback and you get £25.25

Potential effective price is £116-£25.25 / 12 = £7.56


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How do I claim my Cashback by Redemption?
Line rental discounts are redeemed by posting us airtime bills and the relevant claim voucher (supplied with your order) on the below schedules. We recommend you send these to us using Royal Mail Special Delivery and keep hold of your tracking reference. Our address for posting claims to is:

Line Rental Refunds
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12-Month Contracts
Line rental refunds for 12-month contracts and text pack/bundle refunds will be paid in four equal amounts in line with the following timescales and information provision:

(a) your first five airtime bills (where your first bill is the first correspondence from your network requesting ANY payment) and your first claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 5th airtime bill;
(b) your 6th and 7th airtime bills and your second claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 7th airtime bill;
(c) your 8th and 9th airtime bills and your third claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 9th airtime bill;
(d) your 10th, 11th and 12th airtime bills and your fourth claim voucher within 60 days of the invoice date on your 12th airtime bill.
Edited by: "soled73" 23rd Nov 2019
"Unlimited Data With Speeds Up to 2Mbps" quite key imo.
silvershark01023/11/2019 15:34

"Unlimited Data With Speeds Up to 2Mbps" quite key imo.



edit - well spotted - I missed that.... why is the typical speed for other networks?
Edited by: "soled73" 23rd Nov 2019
soled7323/11/2019 15:38

edit - well spotted - I missed that.... why is the typical speed for other …edit - well spotted - I missed that.... why is the typical speed for other networks?


Three just state up to 300Mbps
soled7323/11/2019 15:38

edit - well spotted - I missed that.... why is the typical speed for other …edit - well spotted - I missed that.... why is the typical speed for other networks?



Done some more digging on the Vodafone website and if I base this on price then it looks like service its unlimited lite - never even knew this was a thing!

I may be wrong but it does say limited to 2Mb

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soled7323/11/2019 15:48

Done some more digging on the Vodafone website and if I base this on price …Done some more digging on the Vodafone website and if I base this on price then it looks like service its unlimited lite - never even knew this was a thing!I may be wrong but it does say limited to 2Mb[Image]


If you’re looking for a new deal there’s a deal on uswitch. It’s unlimited everything on a 12 month contract for £18 per month
ashley.nelson23/11/2019 15:52

If you’re looking for a new deal there’s a deal on uswitch. It’s unlimited …If you’re looking for a new deal there’s a deal on uswitch. It’s unlimited everything on a 12 month contract for £18 per month


Thanks - I think I need to work out what my requirements are in terms of download speed. It does look like they have other Vodafone deals, but I hadn’t realised they now differentiate on download speed - at least they are being transparent I suppose.


!0Mb (called Unlimited Plan) is £11.42 or £9.32 with topcashback. But it's the all important Q of download speed


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Edited by: "soled73" 23rd Nov 2019
2mbps is very very low. 2mbps is actually 256kbps download, and thats very very slow.
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