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£220 Cashback on all new handset contracts on Vodafone *24 hours only* @TopCashBack

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Found 25th Jun
£220 Cashback on all new handset contracts for 24 hours only via TopCashBack.

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Thanks for sharing. Moved to misc as it's cashback only and considered a heads up
£220 seems cheap for having to put up with Vodafone for 2 years.
McShane11 h, 50 m ago

£220 seems cheap for having to put up with Vodafone for 2 years.


Just like any phone network - they're only bad if you have issues that crop up.

Personally never had any over the last 5 years or so.
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ArcAndPie22 h, 20 m ago

Just like any phone network - they're only bad if you have issues that …Just like any phone network - they're only bad if you have issues that crop up.Personally never had any over the last 5 years or so.



from here
It found that the UK's biggest firms - Vodafone, EE, O2 and Three - ranged from average to disappointing according to their customers, despite supplying an overwhelming majority of the market.

That's on top of them all increasing prices this month , in an inflation-linked hike that saw bills leap by as much as 4.1%.

Vodafone had the worst overall customer satisfaction score (49%), with one in six customers telling Which? they would not recommend it to a friend or family member.

One in seven Vodafone customers also said they had received an unexpectedly expensive or incorrect bill.

It comes eight months after the firm added an extra £1 to one million bills - in a 'free security trial' that would renew automatically if not cancelled.

The figures also come two years after the firm was fined £4.6 million for two investigations that found it was mishandling customer complaints and failed to credit more than 10,452 pay-as-you-go customers who topped up their accounts.
Edited by: "deleted79467" 26th Jun
deleted7946726th Jun

from here It found that the UK's biggest firms - Vodafone, EE, O2 and …from here It found that the UK's biggest firms - Vodafone, EE, O2 and Three - ranged from average to disappointing according to their customers, despite supplying an overwhelming majority of the market.That's on top of them all increasing prices this month , in an inflation-linked hike that saw bills leap by as much as 4.1%.Vodafone had the worst overall customer satisfaction score (49%), with one in six customers telling Which? they would not recommend it to a friend or family member.One in seven Vodafone customers also said they had received an unexpectedly expensive or incorrect bill.It comes eight months after the firm added an extra £1 to one million bills - in a 'free security trial' that would renew automatically if not cancelled.The figures also come two years after the firm was fined £4.6 million for two investigations that found it was mishandling customer complaints and failed to credit more than 10,452 pay-as-you-go customers who topped up their accounts.


Statistics are statistics. You can make them say anything. It depends which customers they asked, I'm sure they also have plenty of happy customers too.
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