Vodafone has launched their Black Friday 2020 deals with discounted SIM cards, mobile phones and home broadband. See our round-up of the top Vodafone offers.
Vodafone have launched their Black Friday 2020 deals with a range of discounts and offers on SIM-only plans, mobile phones and home broadband.
If you’re looking for a low-cost SIM card for your mobile phone, you can now get a £6/month Vodafone Basics plan with 3GB of data (with unlimited UK minutes and unlimited UK texts included). Plans with endless video and 5G have also been made available from £12/month on Vodafone’s sub-brand VOXI.
On mobile phones, a range of handsets have been discounted by Vodafone including the iPhone 11 Pro which is available with a £406 discount. You can now get it on the Vodafone Red 100GB plan for £55/month plus £29 upfront (previously £69/month plus £99 upfront). Discounts are also available on the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, the Google Pixel 4a and the Apple Watch Series 6.
On home broadband, Vodafone has discounted their Superfast 2 Broadband to just £21.50/month, with an average download speed of 63Mbps. If you’re an existing Vodafone Pay Monthly mobile customer, this could be available for as little as £18.50/month with a Vodafone Together discount. You can also get 6 months of free Vodafone Gigafast full fibre broadband.
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It normally takes 2 weeks to get home broadband set up. Alternatively, plug & play setup on the next working day is available from Three Broadband.
In the UK, it usually takes around two weeks to get a home broadband service set up with the traditional fixed-line providers (including fibre broadband, cable broadband and ADSL broadband providers).
In some cases, an engineer visit will also be required for setting up the service. Permission from the home owner might also be required for any works that need to be done during setup (e.g. if a cable needs to be laid to your home).
As an alternative that’s both faster and easier to set up, you can also consider Three’s 4G & 5G home broadband service. Three offers next working day delivery of their 4G and 5G broadband hubs, with a simple plug-and-play setup that doesn’t require an engineer visit. This makes it a lot faster to get your broadband service set up, without the two week delay and the wait for an engineer visit.
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In this article, we’ll look at how home broadband services are set up in the UK and how long you can expect it to take to get your home broadband service installed. We’ll also look at Three’s home broadband service which has a simple plug-and-play setup, along with traditional broadband providers that use fibre, cable or ADSL.
SMARTY Mobile offers low-cost SIM cards such as 30GB data for £10, 50GB data for £12 and unlimited data for £18.
In the UK, SMARTY is a low-cost mobile network, offering SIM-only deals with 4G coverage from Three.
The most popular SIM card plans on SMARTY claim to give you “all the data you need for less”. Until the 8th December 2020, SMARTY is offering 50GB data for £12/month (20% off the normal price) and unlimited data for £18/month (10% off the normal price).
You can also get 30GB data for £10/month or you can choose from a range of data discount plans from £6/month.
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In this article, we’ll review the SMARTY mobile network, including their SIM-only plans and the offers currently available on SMARTY. We’ll then compare SMARTY’s plans to those available on other mobile networks including giffgaff and VOXI. Finally, we’ll look at the coverage you can expect on SMARTY and how you can keep your current phone number when moving to the network.
Unlimited 4G home broadband is available from £17/month, giving you unlimited data and broadband without the need for a phone line.
In the UK, 4G home broadband has been rapidly growing in popularity as an alternative to fixed-line home broadband that uses ADSL or fibre. It offers greater flexibility along with download speeds that can sometimes be comparable to fibre.
As 4G home broadband doesn’t require a phone line, it isn’t limited by what you’re able to get through a BT Openreach or cable connection. You can easily set it up yourself without an engineer visit and you can even bring the broadband connection with you to another location (perfect for moving home or just going away for the weekend).
At present, there are three UK internet service providers that offer a 4G home broadband service: Three Broadband, EE and Vodafone.
In this article, we’ll look at how 4G home broadband works and we’ll compare 4G home broadband deals from major UK internet providers. We’ll then look at the 4G home broadband services available on each provider, before comparing them to regular fixed-line providers such as BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media.
If you’re living in a 5G coverage area, you can also see our guide to 5G home broadband deals.
You can watch Sky Sports on your TV, online or on your mobile phone. Find out how much it will cost and the best value Sky Sports deals.
In the UK, it’s possible to watch a wide range of live sporting action through the Sky Sports channels. These are available to watch on your TV, online or on your mobile phone. This includes 146 Premier League games this season, along with action from the EFL, Scottish Premiership, Carabao Cup, Formula 1, Golf Majors, NFL, cricket and more.
In this article, we’ll look at what you’re able to watch on the Sky Sports channels in the UK and how you can watch them on your TV, laptop and mobile phone. We’ll then look at the best value Sky Sports offers and deals that are currently available so you can watch Sky Sports at the lowest monthly price.
Three have launched their Black Friday 2020 deals with discounts on SIM-only plans, mobile phones and 4G broadband.
In the UK, Three have just launched their Black Friday 2020 deals with discounts on SIM-only plans, handsets and home broadband.
If you’re looking for a new SIM card for your mobile phone, Three have reduced their unlimited data SIM card to just £16/month. This gives you unlimited data on a 12-month contract with 5G at no extra cost. There are no hidden fair usage limits or speed restrictions on this plan. If you’re looking for a cheaper plan with less data, there’s also 4GB of data for £6 and 12GB of data for £8.
If you’re looking for a Pay Monthly phone, a range of handsets are discounted including the Apple iPhone 12 and the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G. Key offers available over Black Friday include 6 months half price on selected iPhone plans as well as a free pair of AirPods when you get unlimited data on an iPhone.
Three’s 4G home broadband is also seeing some major discounts this year. You can get unlimited 4G home broadband for just £17/month (reduced from the normal price of £22/month). There’s also 5G home broadband available in selected UK postcodes and bundles with an Amazon Echo Show, Google Nest Audio smart speaker and Apple TV 4K set-top box.
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5G home broadband starts from £24/month and gives you fibre broadband speeds with no need for a phone line or engineer visit.
If you’re living in an area that has 5G coverage, 5G broadband can be a good alternative to regular fixed-line home broadband. Unlike fibre broadband or cable broadband, there’s no need to have a phone line or cable at your home. You can easily set it up yourself with no need for an engineer visit. In addition, there’s flexibility to bring your broadband connection with you (e.g. on a weekend away from home or when you’re moving to a different address).
In this article, we’ll look at 5G home broadband in the UK. We’ll start by asking what 5G home broadband is and whether you’re able to get it at your address. We’ll then look at the 5G home broadband providers in the UK (Three Broadband, EE and Vodafone) before comparing them to traditional fibre broadband providers like BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media.
You can get a 5G-ready Pay As You Go SIM card from £10/month with no contract and no credit check.
In the UK, if you have a 5G-ready phone, you’ll also need a 5G-ready plan to take advantage of the faster speeds.
There are currently four UK mobile networks offering a 5G Pay As You Go plan, all of which are available with no contract and no credit check. The networks are giffgaff, Three, Vodafone and VOXI, with 5G Pay As You Go plans currently available from £10/month.
In this article, we’ll review and compare 5G Pay As You Go plans that are available in the UK. We’ll start with an overview of our recommended plans, before comparing the 5G-ready bundles available on each network. We’ll then summarise the 5G Pay As You Go plans that are available at different price points, starting from £10/month and increasing up to £30/month and more.
In addition to this article on 5G Pay As You Go bundles, you may also find it of interest to read our full guide on 5G SIM-only deals.
Hyperoptic offers full fibre broadband from £17.99/month with download speeds of up to 1Gbps and a Hyperhub router.
In the UK, Hyperoptic is a specialist provider of full fibre broadband, offering download speeds between 30Mbps and 1Gbps (1,000Mbps). All of their broadband plans come with a Hyperhub router (either the Nokia Hyperhub or the ZTE Hyperhub). You’ll also get unlimited downloads and an optional home phone service.
Hyperoptic was founded in 2011 and is now available in around half a million homes across 43 UK towns and cities. The service is mainly available in large residential apartment blocks where Hyperoptic has worked with the developer or freeholder to make their service available.
In this article, we’ll review the Hyperoptic broadband service including the plans available, the download speeds and and the Hyperhub routers. We’ll also look at the availability of Hyperoptic’s network and at other full fibre broadband services if you’re not able to get it where you live.
Fonehouse have launched their Black Friday 2020 phone deals, with a competition to have your mobile phone bill paid for the next 20 years.
We’re eighteen days away from Black Friday 2020 which falls this year on the 27th November. With the lockdown still in place over the Black Friday weekend, it’s likely to mainly be an online affair. Over the next two weeks, we’re expecting discounts and offers from many of the online retailers.
Although Black Friday is still a little while away, some online retailers have already started launching their first Black Friday offers.