Vodafone Increases their 4G Allowances, Thanks to the Competition

Today, Vodafone UK has announced that they are upping their 4G data allowances. They also announced that all pay monthly handset bundles include 4G. Which automatically gives their customers access to their 4G network and "generous data allowances". For Vodafone's 24 month bundles, they start at £17 per month for the standard bundle, and £26 a month for the Red and Red Value bundles. As part of their Red Value Bundle, you can pre-order the Galaxy S6 from £44 a month giving customers 4GB of data when you trade in a Samsung Galaxy phone. The Galaxy S6 Edge is available for pre-order starting at £54 per month with £9 upfront cost and 8GB of data when you trade in a working Samsung smartphone. There's also one for the HTC One M9. Where you can get that with 4GB of data for £44 per month, when you trade in a HTC One. The Red Value bundle gives customers inclusive calls to the UK from Europe, more data and access to a choice of Spotify Premium, Sky Sports Mobile TV, or a NOW TV Entertainment Pass as part of Vodafone's Ultimate 4G Entertainment package.

"Our customers told us that they wanted more data and access to our 4G network, regardless of what agreement they are on.  Whether they're passionate about this season's must-see boxsets on NOW TV, the latest tunes on Spotify Premium, or keeping up to date with all the action on Sky Sports Mobile TV, they can do thanks to our 4G network and bigger data allowances.  With our new bundle structure and Fixed Price Promise, Vodafone customers have the flexibility and security to enjoy more of what they love safe in the knowledge their line rental cost will remain the same for the contract term, making Vodafone the network they can depend on." Stated Cindy Rose, Consumer Director at Vodafone UK.

Remember these contract prices will stay the same while your under contract. And if they do actually go up, you can leave Vodafone without having to pay any penalties. Thanks to OfCom. Vodafone's new measures here ensure that their customers won't have to leave due to prices going up.

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