Jobseeker's Sim deal with UNLIMITED data, calls and texts for £10/mth is back
Jobseekers claiming certain work-related benefits can once more get unlimited mobile data, minutes and texts for £10 a month.
12 April 2021
Vodafone to hike pay-monthly bills by up to 4.5% from April for millions of customers - what you need to know
Millions of Vodafone customers will be hit with price hikes of up to 4.5% next month, the telecoms provider has confirmed.
25 March 2021
Three and Vodafone customers to be hit with up to 4.5% price hikes
Three and Vodafone customers will be hit with price hikes of up to 4.5% over the next few months
18 February 2021
Vodafone and Three to hit new and renewing pay-monthly customers with inflation-busting price hikes next year
Vodafone and Three pay-monthly mobile or broadband customers who sign up to a new deal or upgrade to a fresh contract face steep price hikes next year, after the companies made changes to their terms and conditions.
6 November 2020
Most broadband and landline users now to be paid automatic compensation for service issues
From today most broadband and home phone customers will be automatically compensated for poor service or missed appointments
1 April 2019
Vodafone to increase pay-monthly mobile prices by 2.5%
Vodafone customers on pay-monthly mobile contracts and mobile broadband contracts and will see a 2.5% price rise from next month
20 March 2019
O2 and Three pay-monthly mobile customers face mid-contract price rises
O2, Three and Vodafone are set to increase prices for their pay-monthly customers, after EE confirmed it would be hiking prices by 2.7%
13 February 2019
Millions pay up to £38/mth for a phone they already own
Four million mobile phone users have been stung paying up to £38 a month extra for a handset they've ALREADY paid for, according to new analysis published today.
19 September 2018
Vodafone broadband ads banned over misleading speed claims
Adverts for Vodafone have been banned for suggesting that broadband customers would receive minimum speeds that were fast enough to avoid common issues such as buffering or receive a discount
12 September 2018
The top mobile providers revealed - where cheaper can mean better
Smaller - and cheaper - networks have come out on top in MoneySavingExpert's mobile provider poll
6 July 2018
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