Vodafone is rolling out a new campaign through which the carrier is offering discounts on its monthly as well as pay-as-you-go plans for select devices. Dubbed the Affordable Smartphone Campaign, the promotion is valid starting today and will run through June 30th.

Here's the line-up of eligible devices (monthly plans require a 24-month contract):

  • Vodafone Smart 4 mini – reduced from £50 to £45 (pay-as-you-go)
  • Nokia Lumia 520 – was £75, now offered at £65 (pay-as-you-go)
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 mini – down from £150 to £120 for the pay-as-you-go plan, monthly plan reduced from £17 to £13
  • Motorola Moto G – monthly plan of £11 (down from £13)
  • Sony Xperia E1 – monthly plan of £11 (down from £13)
  • HTC Desire 310 – monthly plan of £11 (down from £13)

Vodafone is also offering 30 days of free unlimited data to its pay-as-you-go customers buying their first Freedom Freebee plan. The promotion, called Find Your Feet, allows you to view your data consumption habits and find the best plan suited to your needs.

If you're buying a new 12-month or 24-month contract, Vodafone is offering a three month Data Test Drive offer, through which you can get unlimited data. Based on your data usage habits, you can determine the monthly plan after the three-month period.

Source: Vodafone


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Vodafone offering price cuts on select entry-level smartphones


I like the idea of a test period for data. Obviously there will be people that abuse it, but for first time smartphone buyers it will be great to have some sort of baseline to go from when selecting a plan.

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I was thinking the same thing. That's an awesome idea. I know that when I got my first data plan, I didn't know much I needed at all... It's a very good idea.

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Just looked at Vodafone pay monthly price plan, the £11 per month contract for Moto G only includes 50MB of data a month! A smart phone with even with very light usage will easily use that up in a day or 2. Selling a smart phone with virtually no data is ridiculous, sad thing is that for first time smartphone buyers will be caught out!

Vodafone have pathetic data bundles!

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Agreed. Some networks here are shameful and shameless on inclusive data.

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