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Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G
Galaxy Z Flip3 5G
Galaxy S22+ 5G
Galaxy S21 5G
iPhone SE (2022)
iPhone SE (2020)
Galaxy Z Fold3 5G
iPhone 12 Pro 5G
Galaxy A52s 5G
Galaxy S21 Plus 5G
iPhone 11 Pro
Galaxy A53 5G
Galaxy A22 5G
Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G
Pixel 6 5G
Pixel 6 Pro 5G
Galaxy A33 5G
iPhone 7
Galaxy A32 5G
Find X5 Pro 5G
Find X5 5G
Find X3 Neo 5G Dual SIM
Xperia 1 III 5G
Galaxy A52 5G
iPhone 8
iPhone 8 Plus
Galaxy S20 Plus 5G
Find X5 Lite 5G Dual SIM
A 54 5G
Find X3 lite 5G Dual SIM
Xperia 5 III 5G
iPhone XS Max
Find X3 Pro 5G Dual SIM
Mi 11 5G
Pixel 4
Galaxy S10e
Galaxy S20 4G
Galaxy A13
Galaxy A03s
X R20 Dual SIM
A 15 Dual Sim
A 53 Dual SIM
Galaxy A51 Dual SIM
A 72 5G Dual SIM
Galaxy A40
Galaxy A50
12 Pro 5G Dual Sim
Galaxy S10 Lite
Galaxy Note10 Lite
iPhone 7 Plus
11T 5G Dual SIM
11T Pro 5G Dual SIM
A 94 5G
Galaxy Z Flip 5G
iPhone 11 Pro Max
Find X2 Pro 5G Dual SIM
X 10 5G
P 40 Pro 5G Dual SIM
Galaxy S20 5G
iPhone XS
Galaxy A20e
Galaxy A21s
Galaxy A51
Xperia L4
Mi 11 Lite 5G
Galaxy A10 Dual SIM
Galaxy A50 Dual SIM
Find X2 Lite 5G
Reno 4 Pro 5G
Galaxy A71
Pixel 4a 5G
50 Dual SIM (8GB RAM)
Pixel 3A
Galaxy Note20 5G
Galaxy A03
Xperia 5 II 5G
50 Dual SIM (6GB RAM)
Xperia 1 II 5G
iPhone X
Redmi 10 Dual SIM
Redmi Note 10 5G Dual SIM
Redmi Note 11 Dual Sim
A 16s Dual SIM
8050
P 40 5G
G 21 Dual Sim
G 50
G 10 Dual SIM
G 11 Dual SIM
1 2021
7080
1 S 2021
1 B
5516
P smart 2020 Dual SIM
6620
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About Vodafone

Vodafone is one of the UK’s major mobile network operators, boasting the second fastest 4G and a 21% share of the mobile market.

At a glance

The good: The bad:
Large selection of pay monthly contracts and SIM only deals Prices at the more expensive end of the scale
Get a subscription to Amazon Prime Video, Spotify, or YouTube with with Red Entertainment packages None of their plans offer unlimited data
Free data roaming in 152 countries worldwide Customer service could be improved
Variety of special offers and freebies available with VeryMe Rewards app
Upgrade your handset after just 6 months with Flexi-upgrade

Choice of handsets – Including trade-in discounts

Select handsets from mainstream manufacturers like Apple and Samsung and more niche devices like those from Motorola and Vodafone itself. All handsets are available on 24-month contracts, but you have the choice of three tiers of tariffs. The cheapest Essential plans offer the lowest data allowances. You’ll need to upgrade to a more expensive Red Extra or Red Entertainment plan to clear 1GB a month. But those plans also come with perks. You get unlimited minutes with Red Extra and that plus a complimentary 24-month subscription to an entertainment service - either Amazon Prime Video, Spotify, NOW TV, or Sky Sports - with Red Entertainment. Most of Vodafone’s handset contracts, especially for flagship devices, come with upfront charges. But you can trade in your old handset, no matter what network you bought it from, to reduce these initial fees.

SIM only offerings from Vodafone

Don’t need a new phone? You can also get SIMs from Vodafone on 12-month or 30-day rolling contracts. You can also buy pay-as-you-go bundles for these SIMS, which roll over unused minutes, messages, and MBs to the next month. When you do top up your SIM, you can earn reward points, which can be redeemed for phone accessories, shopping vouchers, and once you have enough, even a new mobile phone.

Vodafone network coverage

Vodafone offers 4G services accessible to 99% of the UK population. That includes coverage of 79% of outdoor areas and 94% of indoor premises. And that 4G is the second fastest in the UK, after EE’s, with average download speeds of 24.3 Megabits per second (Mbps). And its 4G is available to Vodafone customers 83.4% of the time - third out of the four major mobile operators in the UK, but just a hair behind O2.

Despite the speed of its network, just 87% of Vodafone customers report being satisfied with the reception and signal strength they get, leaving Vodafone tied for fifth in Ofcom’s ranking of the seven largest mobile phone providers.

Vodafone customer service

Customer service is where Vodafone has traditionally faltered, but the network has made improvements in recent years. While it frequently ranked last among the seven largest providers in Ofcom’s customer satisfaction tracker, in the most recent figures it performed level with industry averages, satisfying 93% of its customers. Ofcom also found that Vodafone received eight complaints per 100,000 customers in the third quarter of 2018. That was above the industry average of four per 100,000 customers, but significantly better than Vodafone has performed in the past - in 2016 and 2017, it received 24 and 17 complaints respectively per 100,000 subscribers.

Vodafone is clearly making strides in its customer service, and its 4G network is quick and reliable. You might find cheaper mobile tariffs elsewhere, but the perks available with the higher data allowances on Red Entertainment make a contract with Vodafone a compelling buy.