Vodafone doubling bundled entertainment on its Red 4G plans
Vodafone has today announced the UK mobile operator will be packing more entertainment into Red 4G plans for a limited time. Between September 12 and November 3, customers who sign up to 4G with Vodafone will be able to enjoy Netflix for 6 months and Sky Sports Mobile or Spotify Premium at no extra cost. As well as the bundled entertainment options, Vodafone will offer unlimited 4G data for the first three months.
This offer is available on all mobile devices taken out on the Red XL and Red XXL 4G plans. It's up to the consumer as to what's bundled with the plan, but there's a lot of free entertainment on the table. Check the Vodafone website (opens in new tab) for more details. It's worth noting that if you already have Netflix, credit will be applied to your account when taking out a supporting Vodafone Red plan.
Source: Vodafone (opens in new tab)
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Looks good but I don't buy contracts
But still vodafone can't do my vodafone app fo wp. Very minimum support for wp from vodafone. Only one carrier in the uk without support for wp. Should change name for androfone.
That's true they even stopped windows phones using the mobile website even though it works perfectly. Posted via the Windows Phone Central App for Android
I wonder if it will be available in India.....
Just a question. Where can I contact wpcentral? I have contacted on fb, no answer, contacted by email no answer. Really disappointing, this is an awesome website for Windows phone and I can not share info, suggestions, feedback etc.. :\
Until 4G penetration is more established, I'm just not convinced there are any real benefits.
There aren't tbh, not yet.
The bundle looks good, they have L1520s and I've been meaning to change carriers for a while now.
By Jez Corden