Why choose a Vodafone phone contract?
Vodafone was the second UK mobile network to launch a 5G service, and it hit the ground running by rapidly expanding its 5G coverage. Vodafone 5G is continuing to quickly improve, so it’s a great choice as a 5G network.
Vodafone also offers a range of 5G phones, so you won’t be limited if opting for a phone (rather than SIM Only) contract.
Plus, Vodafone offers plans with unlimited data, so you don’t need to worry about caps and allowances.
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Many of Vodafone’s plans let you choose an entertainment subscription on top of your allowances.
You can choose between a subscription to Spotify Premium, Amazon Prime Video or YouTube Premium, and while these aren’t technically ‘free’ (as the plans that include them cost more), they are generally a lot cheaper than paying for one of these subscriptions separately would be.
Plus, as a Vodafone customer you’ll have access to VeryMe Rewards, which include weekly treats and giveaways.
Vodafone also allows you to make both Wi-Fi and 4G calls.
All current Vodafone plans let you roam for free in 51 European destinations, while many up that number to 81 and don’t limit you just to Europe. And for most other places you can roam for £6 per day.
On top of this, Vodafone really stands out through offering 5G roaming in a growing number of towns and cities, so you can enjoy the same great speeds abroad as you can at home.
Vodafone lets you tether at no extra cost and you can use as much of your data as you want for that, making it easy to get other devices online in much the same way as you could with 5G broadband.
How can I keep my number when switching?
All you really need to keep your number is your Porting Authorisation Code (PAC), which you can either request directly from your old network, or get by texting the word ‘PAC’ and your date of birth (in the format DDMMYY) to 65075.
Then, make sure you’ve signed up for your new plan with Vodafone and have your temporary Vodafone number, and enter both this number and your PAC on Vodafone’s number porting form.