Advantages Good price plans, good reception
Disadvantages May not work in some countries abroad
Ive had a variety of different mobile phones over the past four years all of which have been with Vodafone.I have always been part of a contract in which each month line rental is paid but recently with the help of increased nagging my parents have allowed me to become part of the pay as you talok world. They would never let me before not through lack of trust but as I have grew older they are finally beginning to allow it.When I transfered to pay as you talk I kept the same phone and so all we did was phone the vodafone customer service line and they did something to my simcard so that it changed (probably all very complicated) but Im guessing that most of you will probably be buying your phone brand new. Vodafone sell a huge range of different mobile handsets from nokias and sagems to sony and trium. All of which come in a reasonable price range. The more expensive phones have a lot more features for example a phone with a built in camera can cost up to £250 (Vodafone website price) and others which have less features and are more simple can cost as low as £60.
Buying a phone is simple. Vodaphone mobiles are widely available and can be bought in most phone or electrical shops. They can also be purchased from the vodafone shop itself or online. Also many stores such as Argos and major catologues stock Vodafone mobiles.When you buy your Vodafone mobile it comes in a box along with a charger and £2.50 woth of free calling credit. Your mobile will automatically be programmed into the Smartstep price plan but if you're not happy on this you can change free of charge within the first 28 days after sending your first text or making your first phonecall. If you register your mobile you will also recieve an additional £2.50 of free calling credit.~*~The Price Plans~*~
Smartstep.This is the plan your mobile will automatically be on when you buy it. This plan is most suitable for those who use their mobile a lot throughout the day. The price plan is as follows :
Standard Call : weekdays, weeknights and weekends - 30p for the first 3 minutes of the day and 5p after that.
Vodafone to Vodafone : weekdays, weeknights and weekends - 30p for the first 3 minutes of the day and 5p after that.
Voicemail : weekdays, weeknights and weekends - 30p for the first 3 minutes of the day and 5p after that.
Calls to other mobile networks : weekdays, weeknights and weekends - 35p(per min)
WAP over GPRS : Vodafone/live sites - 0.01p per kb
other sites - 0.73p per kb
Text Messages : 12p for the first 3 each day then 9p after that.
This price plan is most suitable for those who use their phone most at weekends and on an evening. The price plan is as follows:Standard calls : Daytime - 40p(per min)
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