Do away with the need for a Wi-Fi connection, or tethering to a phone, with a laptop featuring integrated mobile data connectivity.
The ZTE-made 5G portable wireless hotspot can be purchased on a 30-day, 12-month or 24-month contract with data bundles of 4GB, 30GB or fully unlimited.
Unlimited data starts at £60 per month, with six months half price on a 24-month contract.
Vodafone is offering a new flexible mobile plan, with a term that ranges from 12 to 36 months. There are further offerings for combining a fixed broadband solution too.
Vodafone customers using the VeryMe rewards service on the My Vodafone app can now get two Vue Cinema tickets for just £7, and do so every week.
Two new models in the Mi 11 series have arrived in the UK today in the form of the surprisingly well featured Mi 11 Lite 5G and the no holds barred Mi 11 Ultra flagship.
Vodafone and Ericsson will use DJI Mavic Pro 2 drones to speed up site surveys, which will in turn accelerate network upgrades.
Vodafone is offering its own take on BT’s broadband service, adding a Wi-Fi coverage guarantee and mobile data backup.
Earlier this year, I recommended everyone use the DreamLab app to help Imperial College London conduct vital COVIC-19 research by utilising the computing power of smartphones not in use. Thanks to you, the first project was completed in six months.
Vodafone is offering 30 days of unlimited data to pay-monthly customers not already on an unlimited plan.
Vodafone and British & Irish Lions have introduced a new tour app ahead of the 2021 tour of South Africa, allowing fans to become a virtual lion.
Vodafone is pairing up with Disney to build a new kids smartwatch that will be launched before Christmas.
Voxi, Vodafone’s youthful virtual network, is offering customers unlimited video streaming on six video platforms, plus unlimited social media access, from just £15 per month.
Here’s some of the news you might have missed this week.
Vodafone has added two more choices for its Entertainment plans, joining Spotify Premium, Now TV and Sky Sports Mobile TV.
Vodafone has launched its latest GPS tracking device to help you avoid losing keys, laptops, bags or even cars and people!
A year on from the switch-on of Vodafone’s 5G network, the carrier is now showcasing its first standalone 5G network at Coventry University.
In order to try and help people keep connected, this special promotion means Vodafone prepay customers could get as much as 100GB of data for the price of 20GB.