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Vodafone Unlimited minutes, texts and 5G for £33 pm £18 pm after cashback 12m contract - Total £396 @ Fonehouse
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Vodafone Unlimited minutes, texts and 5G for £33 pm £18 pm after cashback 12m contract - Total £396 @ Fonehouse

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Posted 5th JunEdited by:"Raj_Rajnicant"

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IMPORTANT: make sure you select the "12 Months Unlimited Max" plan from fonehouse. This data plan is the one from vodafone which will not cap your data speed.

It costs £33/month which works out as £396 for the year and after the £180 cashback it works out as £18/month.

This does not include the entertainment pack.
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@rapid111111

Updated thread, thanks.
If it was a literal £18.50 a month it would be some
I honestly wouldn't bother with Vodafone ... I'm current stuck with the 60gb deal for £8 pm , wish I'd stayed with BT . 5 BAR of 4G and the download is so hit and miss when moment its 35meg and the next 0.1meg ... spent the last week of going through pointless tests before one tech admitted the my mask is over subscribed ! No chance to of speak to anyone in the UK only India call centres . Just goggle intermittent download and your see 100's of people with the same issue.
Millsy105/06/2020 20:56

spent the last week of going through pointless tests before one tech …spent the last week of going through pointless tests before one tech admitted the my mask is over subscribed !


Get it in writing and try to get out of the contract for service not provided?

I've also found it erratic on the 10meg service (though only using 4g). Which means I'm unsure to what extent 10meg is actually sufficient. When they're on the ball it does 1080p60 video, no problem.

I wouldn't recommend Vodafone as a blanket statement, but if you can live with in not being mission-critical level of service, you'll never beat it for the money. Only 3 will even come close, and they're way more location-dependant.
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 5th Jun
Got iPhone XS Max so support all vodas 4g frequency’s including there 1500sdl band 32 I think and I’m getting good speeds most places in south Sussex areas. Seen 250mbs plus. Upload at 35mbs when sending full quality videos via telegram. Really pleased with voda and using my phone while on the move in the car the voice part is blanket coverage for me via 4g and in rural will drop to 2g if need be. These all seem what you expect from any mobile network but with three/ee this wasn’t the case. EE down in rural Sussex is shocking. I think Vodafone is def a premium network (why so many businesses use them for corporate). I’m on a fonehouse cashback deal but if they still want £30 sim only I will have to move again). Was with three on one plan for many years at £14 but three over the last year became too congested and unusable for me.
My wife is on a similar fonehouse voda deal with the entertainment pack. She has had a decent service from voda and has no complaints. The voda speeds are not comparable with EE speeds (where we live), but we do live in a 4G area currently and only get 5g when in central london where it is a bit better. (she does have a 5g enabled phone!)
EE provides the better speeds, however it wont come close when it comes to price for an unlimited tariff compared with cashback deals on voda and 3.

If you're looking out for an unlimited plan and do a lot of foreign travel, the 3 network deals are probably better (as their roaming is excellent), however if its UK coverage you're after at a cheap price the voda is better.
This plan saved me a fortune when I was in South Africa, rather expensive here for unlimited data when networks like three work better imo (Three 70+ vs voda @ 25 where i Live) and much cheaper.
5G is pointless with voda, the ping times are the same as 4G and the speeds fluctuate and often don't even match 4G speeds. I'm right by the Tate Modern with full 5G bars. They constantly tell me there are issues in the area.
Why bother with unlimited for 18 quid, 8 quid will get you 100gb which is plenty for most people and better value overall
rash22/06/2020 19:36

Why bother with unlimited for 18 quid, 8 quid will get you 100gb which is …Why bother with unlimited for 18 quid, 8 quid will get you 100gb which is plenty for most people and better value overall


Perhaps if you are using it as replacement for home broadband?
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