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Vodafone Expands EVO Plans to Include Laptops and Tablets

Tuesday, Jul 25th, 2023 (12:23 pm) - Score 1,976

A couple of years ago Vodafone launched what it called an “evolution in mobile phone plans” with their new 4G and 5G supporting EVO packages, which gave customers more flexibility over payments, contract lengths and smartphone upgrades etc. Today they’ve extended that to include other device bundles, such as laptops and tablets.

The EVO plans are designed to give customers the flexibility to decide how much they want to pay upfront for their new device, and over how long they want to pay it off (from 3 to 48 months at 0% APR) via a Monthly Device Plan Credit Agreement.

For example, one of the top deals available is the iPad 10.9 (10th gen) 64GB from £21 per month (£29 upfront cost), which is based on a 48-month Tablet Plan (£13.50pm)  and a very basic 1GB 24-month Mobile Data Plan (£8pm).

A Vodafone Spokesperson said:

“In 2021 we shook up the market with Vodafone EVO for smartphones and now we’re expanding the range to give customers more flexibility than ever before with Vodafone EVO for laptops and tablets. We’re excited to be setting a new benchmark for flexibility in this category, empowering customers to create a plan that best suits their budget, whilst making sure they don’t have to compromise on quality.”

For extra peace of mind, Vodafone covers customers with a 2-year warranty on all new and refurbished tablets against any manufacturer faults and repairs, with its Total Care Warranty. This even includes Apple devices – “offering one year longer than the manufacturer warranty” (although Apple’s UK warranties also run to 2 years). Customers can also upgrade as early as 3 months into their plan.

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on X (Twitter), Mastodon, Facebook and .
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6 Responses
  1. Avatar photo Steve says:

    I thought in UK Apple gave us 2 year warranty as standard?


    1. Avatar photo Joeeeee says:

      In the UK, the two year warranty only applies to Apple Watch – other apple devices still have a one year warranty:


      Not sure about Ireland..

  2. Avatar photo Mml says:

    At first I was surprised how they can offer 0% on even 4-year device loans. But then I saw the “1GB 24-month Mobile Data Plan (£8pm)”. It’s a data-only plan, it has no bundled calls or texts, right?

    1. Avatar photo AndyK says:

      None of these plans are ever good value compared to buying the device and a SIM only plan. Ever. Sure it’s 0% APR, but it’s 0% of an overall higher amount than it would be if you just paid for it…

      These packages are generally just a way to make sure people are constantly in debt to the provider so they can’t move away.

  3. Avatar photo Matt says:

    I guess it’s the same problem with other providers, but I wish there was a wider choice of laptops on offer.

  4. Avatar photo FutureScale says:

    Sky have been doing this for ages and apparently they’re about to start doing macbooks. They don’t offer additional warranty, so voda had one up on them.

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