Vodafone Unlimited Max 5g Tariff With Entertainment - £36pm x 12 Months - £432 (And £180 Manual Cashback) From fonehouse
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Vodafone Unlimited Max 5g Tariff With Entertainment - £36pm x 12 Months - £432 (And £180 Manual Cashback) From fonehouse

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Expires on 31/07/2019Posted 12th Jul
This deal at fonehouse is back on (they also have it without entertainment pass and lower speed ones)

It is a 5g ready Vodafone sim only contract. 12 months contract with a choice of sky sports mobile pack 1, now TV entertainment pass, spotify, or prime video.

  • Unlimited minutes
  • unlimited SMS
  • unlimited data @ maximum speed
  • 25gb per month to use at 77 countries around the world
  • access to veryme app offers
  • can be use in 4g device now but use in 5g later
  • come with entertainment pack (look above)
  • cashback is claim through fonehouse:3,5,7,9,12
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Great Deal..... Unfortunately not for me as I can't stand the company, been with them twice before and had so many problems with CS I vowed never again.
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Great Deal..... Unfortunately not for me as I can't stand the company, been with them twice before and had so many problems with CS I vowed never again.
They have also brought back the £30 unlimited max with £156 cashback, which works out cheaper as you can buy those passes for cheaper elsewhere.
eslick12/07/2019 20:31

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/vodafone-5g-sim-only12-months-contract-on-unlimited-max-tariff-with-90-automatic-cashback-3261354


That was the OP that posted that lmao
Technox12/07/2019 20:27

Great Deal..... Unfortunately not for me as I can't stand the company, …Great Deal..... Unfortunately not for me as I can't stand the company, been with them twice before and had so many problems with CS I vowed never again.


Vodafone have horrendous CS, avoid like the Plague!
GlesgaNed12/07/2019 20:30

They have also brought back the £30 unlimited max with £156 cashback, w …They have also brought back the £30 unlimited max with £156 cashback, which works out cheaper as you can buy those passes for cheaper elsewhere.


I know but last time it seem ppl prefer this one hence why reposted this one. I myself would go for one you mentioned. But thinking for my friend who will be looking for unlimited data on Vodafone and need a phone (got smash s6 at the moment) which be best way to get a phone.... he got unlimited three but looking for other cause go camping alot.
Links for some of the deals.

5G Vodafone Sim Only. Unlimited data /mins / text. £32 for 12 month with £180 cashback at Fonehouse
https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/comment/38052453/16168196

12 Month Vodafone Sim Only: Unlimited Data, Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts. 5G: £26 Per Month + £132 cashback at Fonehouse
https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/comment/38052483/16168202

Vodafone 5g unlimited data/minutes/SMS @ £30 a month / 12 months with £156 cashback at Fonehouse
https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/comment/38052470/16168201
Edited by: "Wayne_FreethNbU" 12th Jul
Technox12/07/2019 20:27

Great Deal..... Unfortunately not for me as I can't stand the company, …Great Deal..... Unfortunately not for me as I can't stand the company, been with them twice before and had so many problems with CS I vowed never again.


I’m currently with them because of spotify but i get your concern the CS is the worst in life!
GlesgaNed12/07/2019 20:30

They have also brought back the £30 unlimited max with £156 cashback, w …They have also brought back the £30 unlimited max with £156 cashback, which works out cheaper as you can buy those passes for cheaper elsewhere.


Where can you buy Spotify for less than £6 a month?
ian1812/07/2019 22:02

Where can you buy Spotify for less than £6 a month?


Via the philippines website mate. Paying around £3 a month for the family sub.
Does automatic cashback from mobiles.co.uk give us all 90 at once after 38 days?
mrbone7712/07/2019 22:31

Does automatic cashback from mobiles.co.uk give us all 90 at once after 38 …Does automatic cashback from mobiles.co.uk give us all 90 at once after 38 days?


The mobiles one is an autocashback and paid all at once. These ones above are paid in instalments and one have to make a manual claim.

It reason auto is lower cause often paid in one lump sum and u get paid. The manual method is spread over period of contract and they hope you forget or make a mistake in claiming.
Technox12/07/2019 20:27

Great Deal..... Unfortunately not for me as I can't stand the company, …Great Deal..... Unfortunately not for me as I can't stand the company, been with them twice before and had so many problems with CS I vowed never again.


Well it’s obviously anecdotal as I’ve had a few minor issues with Vodafone recently (random auto-sub to premium number, half-price promo not being applied by dealer, direct debit not being setup - dealer issue and a VeryMe reward not being claimable) - each time I contacted them they answered in 1-2 minutes by Live Chat and fixed the issue immediately with no follow-up required and were very polite, even the off-shore workers.

I came back to them after a bad experience with O2, having had issues with O2 in 2006 as well - basically O2 is a joke with non-existent data service and customer service who act like answering a call is a favour. I’d rank Vodafone and EE about the same for data and CS, then Three and way down with some MVNOs, is where O2 go. Generally you consider a provider good if you don’t have to call them, I would consider Vodafone excellent as they’ve gone over and above. Also VeryMe rewards beats all the others put together.
Edited by: "plewis00" 15th Jul
Vodafone have the worst customer service. Wait till you encounter a problem. Then your well and truly goosed
GlesgaNed12/07/2019 20:30

They have also brought back the £30 unlimited max with £156 cashback, w …They have also brought back the £30 unlimited max with £156 cashback, which works out cheaper as you can buy those passes for cheaper elsewhere.


The Entertainment ones also come with 100 mins to EU numbers which is useful for those who have to make calls to continental Europe regularly. Small use case here, but worth noting it's not just the entertainment pass itself.
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