Vodafone Tariffs Reviews
Product Type: Vodafone in Telecommunications Services
Description:Please write about the type of tariff you currently have with telecommunications service provider Vodafone.
Newest Review: ... I couldn't access. Recently, having been paying full whack for 17 months, I rang Vodafone and asked again about reducing my monthly tariff and was told that was impossible - I had to pay the whole amount for the whole 2 years. I reiterated I had been specifically told I could back when I bought the phone and the customer service agent said she thought they had changed their terms because I ... more
Customer Vodafone Tariffs Reviews (46)
by - written on 27/05/11 (Somewhat useful, 95 readings)
I took out a 2 year contract at Xmas 2009 for £45 a month for a Samsung Tocco Ultra. At the time of buying it I SPECIFICALLY ASKED in the shop whether I could drop the tariff if my circumstances changed or if I decided I didn't want unlimited internet etc. They said yes, that was fine. I didn't get on with the phone at all and reverted to using my boyfriend's ancient Ericcson instead, meaning I couldn't access internet. So I went back to the shop & asked to drop my tariff but they then told me I couldn't do this until I'd had the phone for a year. I was a bit annoyed that nobody had told me about this when I first asked (I wouldn't have signed a 2 yr contract ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/12/09 (Very useful, 264 readings)
The price plan that I currently have with Vodafone is a thirty day sim only contract. For £10 per month (28 days in this case) I get 100 anytime minutes and 500 text messages. This basically allows me to make 5 or 6 lengthy phone calls with a number of short calls and send an average of 17 texts per day. For some people this isn't nearly enough; some will send 20 or 30 texts a day; others will need hundreds of minutes of talktime. But for me, as a student, this plan is more than enough. Previously I was topping up maybe £30 per month; on a student budget this was quite excessive and I knew I would have to cut costs somewhere. So, after having examined ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/09 (Very useful, 166 readings)
I currently have 2 Vodafone deals running concurrently one is a full time 18 month contract and 1 is a SIM only deal. The SIM only was from Phones 4 U when I went to top up they offered me one, I miraculously passed their credit checks and was signed up there, almost 30 mins after going in for a £10 top up. At the time I was told if I kept up the payments for 3 months they'd let me have a full time contract with them and a top up for £15 a month more. The original SIM only was a £15 a month one with 600 mins anyone any time and unlimited (cough 3000 cough) texts a month. I was told if I wanted to add the unlimited internet bundle (which I did-though I need to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/09, updated on 31/07/09 (Very useful, 2617 readings)
Recently Vodafone have introduced a new "pay as you go" option called Vodafone Freedom Packs. Basically it's twist on the pre-pay bundles that they were already doing. To qualify you need to be on any of these Vodafone price plans: - Simply - Anytime - Anynet - Smartstep - Smartplus Vodafone Freedom Packs are sold in bundles at £10, £15 or £20. They are advertised as being worth 5 times the value of being on the standard PAYG tariff. Here's what you get for your money: £10 - 100 anytime minutes AND 300 anytime texts £15 - 200 anytime minutes AND 600 anytime texts £20 - 300 anytime minutes AND ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/09 (Very useful, 478 readings)
Vodafone Family (& Friends) is a nice little add-on available for both contract and Pay As You Go users of the network. For just £5 a month unlimited calls can be made between up to four different Vodafone numbers, and if bigger group is required then there is the option to increase the group to six for £7 a month. I've been using the family option for a couple of years now, starting on Pay As You Go (PAYG) and then continuing when I moved on to contract. Set up on PAYG is a little convoluted, it took me quite some time to get through the options and the phone needs £5 of credit on it before the group can be created (£7 for a group of 6). It's a good idea to ... Read the complete review
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Time consuming and addictive
Cheaper long distance and international calls and an impressive range of services
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More expensive than BT for local calls.