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Vodafone U/L Data, Mins & Text 12 month contract £24 / month but after cashback £12 / month @ Fonehouse
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Vodafone U/L Data, Mins & Text 12 month contract £24 / month but after cashback £12 / month @ Fonehouse

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Posted 11th May
Vodafone Multi Sim Card
  • Unlimited Data
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 12 Month Vodafone New Contract
  • This deal comes with £144 cashback which effectively reduces the monthly cost from £24.00 per month to £12.00 per month.
  • cashback paid by Fonehouse , months 3,5,7,9,12
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Limited to 2mbits btw.
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Limited to 2mbits btw.
On the same offer from few months ago and cashback easy to do via website. Paid in a week once submitted also. Genuine offer. Also Vodafone network for usable 4g and coverage inside buildings has been a massive improvement over three which I was on the one plan at £14 per month. Not great value compared to this offer with cashback.

Offer i got was with unlimited speeds.
Edited by: "MagicGS" 11th May
This is capped at 2mb/s which isn't great in reality. I have a feeling you will get average 1mb/s
Unlimited but capped at 2mbs?
What a waste of time, not that cheap really
Probably better off getting three and getting 3mbps.
My EE is faster then this on 3G and Vodafone promote 5G hahaha marketing ploy.
Voted cold sorry OP
OP please can you revise the heading with the speed as that is a deal breaker.
The unlimited speed plan is £20. I'd say good value at that price. I have the £12.50 deal from Feb and coverage and speeds have been excellent and I'm very rural too. I use it as my main internet supply via a router and it's brilliant. I'd bite again at £20 in truth.

Hope this helps someone
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'I use it as my main internet supply via a router and it's brilliant.'

Hi. I'm rural too. How do you do this? Have an old BT router but no idea. Thanks
mike203uk11/05/2020 14:01

'I use it as my main internet supply via a router and it's brilliant.'Hi. …'I use it as my main internet supply via a router and it's brilliant.'Hi. I'm rural too. How do you do this? Have an old BT router but no idea. Thanks


1) Buy SIM card like this
2) Buy a 4G router (not your old BT router) buy something like a Huawei B525
3) Insert SIM into 4G router.
Note that this offer is not fast enough for one person to stream a HD video. Either opt for a large capped plan (they're not speed restricted), or pay extra for the faster unlimited plans from Vodafone.


If you plan to use this sim for home internet then (other than the speed) there is nothing restricting you from doing this because of net neutrality rulings. Just pop it in something like a Huawei B525 4G router and you'll get another phone line for free too - though when you're in a call the whole internet connection temporarily drops to 3G, there is a delay of around 10 seconds for outgoing calls (incoming calls are fine), and it doesn't work with all telephones (An old BT phone failed but a Panasonic phones seems OK) - still a nice bonus though.
greenant11/05/2020 14:19

Note that this offer is not fast enough for one person to stream a HD …Note that this offer is not fast enough for one person to stream a HD video.


They do 2/10/unlimited plans. 10 being easily fast enough for HD, though personally I haven't found Vodafone reliable enough for that to always be true, it has worked fine for video. Insufficient for laptop tethering as a general internet connection, unless it's my outrageously slow laptop being a bottleneck.
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 11th May
EndemicAlarm11/05/2020 14:58

They do 2/10/unlimited plans. 10 being easily fast enough for HD, though …They do 2/10/unlimited plans. 10 being easily fast enough for HD, though personally I haven't found Vodafone reliable enough for that to always be true, it has worked fine for video. Insufficient for laptop tethering as a general internet connection, unless it's my outrageously slow laptop being a bottleneck.



Indeed, 10 is enough for HD, but this deal (Lite/2) certainly isn't. To rub salt in the wound, can get a 5G connection at no extra cost but it would still be limited to 2mbps.

I'm in a dilemma whether to go for the Max plan, but my tests (with a payg sim, so no speed restrictions) pin the speed at between 9mbps and 30mbps depending on which mast it decides to connect to. At the same location (and same equipment) I got between 50mbps and 66mbps on EE. At a different location a few miles away (with same equipment) I got as fast as 80mbps on Vodafone and 86mbps on EE. I noticed that Vodafone (in both locations when at the faster speeds) reported between 1% and 6% data loss - not sure how that would impact real-time apps like voice and video chat. Hmmm. Still, current offers put Vodafone much cheaper than EE. Even Three has increased their prices.
Got this not long ago but uncapped for £6.
Soz data was not unlimited it was 60GB.
b1l4b0ng11/05/2020 13:14

Limited to 2mbits btw.


Voted cold, that is very much a limit on data - tempted to flag as spam - posting these deals without 2Mbps in title is akin to spam & not to even mention it in OP is totally bonkers!

Who in their right mind would not regret this purchase? Someone with a 2G phone - nope, no need for 'unlimited data'. I've got it someone with a 5G GPS Tracker - nope, no need for 'unlimited data'! Someone who gets no landline BB, 3G or 4G, but half a bar of 5G?
Edited by: "jnm21" 12th May
Have taken two contracts with fonehouse. Paid first cashback on both. Rejected second cashback for both saying bill too early. After multiple mails they accepted there mistake and said they will instruct finance to pay. 2 months have passed and no payment yet for second cashback. No replies to mails after they said they will pay but not credited yet. Applied for third cashback and not heard anything yet from 20 days. I would suggest everyone beware of cashback form these guys. They will dupe you into lucrative cashback contract and get commission from network and I am sure they will soon pack up leaving you with expensive contracts. I am doing cashback contracts from almost 10 years never had any problems with phones4u, e2save, mobiles.co.uk and mobile phones direct. But fonehouse are really terrible and they won't even reply to your mails and during this period there contact number just disconnects after ivr.

Go with any other cashback provider like e2save, mobiles.co.uk and mobile phones direct. First two e2save and mobile.co.uk are owned by Dixons group which owns Currys/pcworld/carphonewarehouse.
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