Vodafone offering all pay-monthly customers chance to experience unlimited data
Vodafone is offering 30 days of unlimited data to pay-monthly customers not already on an unlimited plan.
Limited to 200,000 applications, customers simply need to use the VeryMe service on the MyVodafone app to apply.
The offer ends on December 21st and unlimited data will be offered for a period of 30 days.
1 December, 2020: This December Vodafone is giving customers the chance to enjoy 30 days’ free unlimited mobile data so that they can keep connecting with friends and family this Christmas.
The offer is available from 1st December and it’s quick and easy to apply – all customers need to do is redeem the offer via VeryMe on the MyVodafone app. There are 200,000 30-day unlimited data passes available to Pay Monthly customers not already on an unlimited plan. The last date to apply is 21 December.
This latest offering is part of Vodafone’s aim to keep the UK connecting this Christmas during what is set to be a unique festive season. Technology has played a significant role in keeping the nation connected in spite of physical distance, and it is hoped that through offers such as these customers can stay connected to each other and to what makes this time of year special.
Nick Jeffery, Vodafone UK Chief Executive Officer, said: “We want our customers to stay connected to friends and family without worrying about running out of data or spending too much this festive season. We pledged earlier this year to take whatever spare capacity we had and make it available for customers and those most in need across the UK. What better time to do this for our customers than Christmas.”
This new offer for customers joins Vodafone’s extended free data offer for NHS workers (now extended until 31st January), the VOXI for Now tariff – which gives job seekers endless calls and data for £10 a month for six months and its schools.connected programme. The schools.connected programme helps pupils who struggle to access education from home because they don’t have the right connectivity. The programme, which originally offered connectivity to 250,000 primary and secondary school children has now been extended and is open to Further Education colleges.