Vodafone is the UK’s oldest mobile network. They offer 4G services on Pay Monthly and Pay As You Go.

Vodafone was the UK’s first mobile network, launching all the way back in 1984. Over 35 years, the UK company has grown to become one of the world’s largest telecommunication providers, with its own mobile network in 25 countries.

Today, the company offers 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G coverage in the UK. This is available across a range of different price plans, including on both Pay Monthly and Pay As You Go. Alongside this, Vodafone offers home broadband (both through a 4G or 5G connection and also through a fixed-line fibre broadband connection).

In the following articles, you can learn more about Vodafone’s UK network, products and services.

Vodafone Coverage & Network Review: 4G Maps & 5G Launch 2019

Vodafone offers 99% population coverage in the UK. Find out about Vodafone's coverage and their upcoming 5G service.

Vodafone Red vs Unlimited vs Basics: Vodafone Price Plans Compared

Vodafone offers three types of price plan: Red, Unlimited and Basics. Find out how the different price plans compare.

Vodafone Unlimited Data Plans: 4G & 5G Data With No Download Limits

Vodafone has launched an unlimited data plan with both 4G and 5G coverage from £23/month. Customers can choose from Lite, Standard or Max download speeds.

Vodafone Basics SIM Only Review: Unlimited Calls From £6/month

'Vodafone Basics' SIM-only plans offer unlimited UK minutes & a data allowance from £6/month.

Vodafone Big Value Bundles Review: Pay As You Go from £5/month

Vodafone offers Big Value Bundles from £5/month on Pay As You Go with "total rollover" of unused allowances.

Vodafone Pay As You Go 1 Review: £1/day for Unltd Mins & 500MB Data

Vodafone's £1 per day "Pay As You Go 1" tariff gives you unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of data.

Vodafone GigaCube Review: 4G & 5G Home Broadband from £30/Month

Vodafone's GigaCube offers 4G and 5G home broadband from £30/month, without the need for a phone line or cable.

Vodafone Sure Signal: Better 3G Coverage In Basements & Rural Areas

If you're struggling to pick up a decent mobile signal, Vodafone's Sure Signal promises more reliable coverage within your home. It's perfect for basement flats and for anyone living in the countryside.

Vodafone Red Entertainment: Inclusive Sky Sports, Now TV or Spotify

Vodafone offers inclusive entertainment from Sky Sports, NOW TV or Spotify Premium on their Red Entertainment plans.

Vodafone Passes Reviewed: Endless Video, Music, Chat & Social Data

Vodafone is offering a choice of Pay Monthly passes that give you unlimited data on selected video, music, chat and social media services.

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  • My son has a £9 a month contract which has been going several months.

    This month he has a bill for £250 for sending too many long text. This is taking advantage of children – not playing fair.

    I want to escalate this. Being offered a goodwill £10 off the bill and then having the operator say “It was a pleasure chatting with you!” (was he actually in the conversation or do operators say that after all calls – it was not a pleasure on my part and for him to say that shows a complete lack of respect for me).

    How to I escalate this – a £250 charge on a child’s phone is not blatantly taking advantage of those too young to know better.

    How do I escalate this!

  • Paul Chettle said:

    1 have just bought a Nokia Lumia 520 and its eating air time its using over £2 aday with the phone switched off and no calls having been made.any ideas.

    • Hi Paul,
      Thanks for your comment. If your handset is switched off, my guess is there might be some subscription-based services active on your account (e.g. do you receive ringtones or any other premium rate text messages?) If you’re not sure what’s causing the charges, I’d recommend getting in touch with Vodafone Customer Services. They should be able to tell you where the charges are coming from and how you’re able to unsubscribe to the services.
      Ken

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