Vodafone improve Bundle offers

Vodafone have today updated their popular ‘Bundle’ deals for customers who are on PAYG and do not want a contract.

The network still offers unlimited texts on all offers but have improved either with more minutes or data.

Vodafone improve Bundle offers

These improvements are highlighted in red above, and still include Data Rollover as well as free roaming within Europe.

Vodafone also lead the way with 4G roaming agreements and let customers enjoy super fast speeds where available.

Check below for the full press release.

ENJOY DOUBLE DATA AND MORE MINUTES AT NO EXTRA COST WITH VODAFONE’S BIG VALUE BUNDLES

· Vodafone’s £10 Big Value Bundle now gives Pay as you go customers double data and more minutes at no extra cost

· Customers who purchase a £5 or £20 Big Value Bundle will receive even more minutes and data respectively

· Vodafone UK is the only network that allows Pay as you go customers to rollover unused data, minutes and texts at the end of each month

Vodafone’s £5, £10 and £20 Big Value Bundles now have bigger allowances, giving new and existing customers even more data and minutes*. For example, customers who choose a £10 Big Value Bundle will receive 50 extra minutes and 1GB of extra data, meaning customers can listen to 8 hours of extra music on Spotify or watch one hour and 20 minutes of video at Standard Definition.

Customers who currently have a £5, £10 or £20 Big Value Bundle will automatically be upgraded to enjoy these benefits, regardless of where they are in their 30-day cycle.

For example, customers who choose a £10 Big Value Bundle will receive 50 extra minutes and 1GB of extra data, meaning customers can listen to 8 hours of extra music on Spotify or watch one hour and 20 minutes of video at Standard Definition.

Customers who currently have a £5, £10 or £20 Big Value Bundle will automatically be upgraded to enjoy these benefits, regardless of where they are in their 30-day cycle.

What’s more, Vodafone UK is the only network that allows Pay as you go customers to rollover any unused data, minutes and texts into the next 30 day period – giving customers more freedom to call, text and browse the internet on our most reliable network ever. Furthermore, thanks to Vodafone’s worry-free roaming, all Vodafone customers can take their home plan abroad – meaning they can use their UK data, minutes and texts in 48 roam-free destinations at no extra cost.

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