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Testing/Discussion: Vodafone 5G & 4G - Inc. Voxi, Lebara

Bubblesthefish6

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This is a Vodafone and O2 5G monopole
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This is an EE and Three 5G monopole
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CarlO1460

Top Member
VF new 5G masts put up in East Yorkshire.

Roughly gives 550/45.

Old (active?) O2 shared in the background
There’s an O2/Vodafone pole like that not far from me, sadly pointing the other way as it gives 100+mbps on 4G.

I hope they upgrade eventually to 5G and
Have a panel towards me as it would be perfect.
 

zakir1988

Top Member
Thanks guys now I understand these are used for blackhaul etc.. Ones that the antenna are exposed on the monopole are 5G.
 

zakir1988

Top Member
I have joined my wife to Vodafone from Smarty as I have an Unlimited max plan sim which is being used in Huawei B535 router at my parents house.

This deal is too good for exsisting customers £10 for 100gb on 18 month contract.

I will how ever stay on Smarty for a little bit as I have referred my wifes family member to smarty using the my referral link I will get £15 credit and they will too plus one month free untill my one month free and credit finishes I will move to Vodafone if the exsisting customer offer is there.

Vodafone are really pushing the boat on offers now

My cousin who was with Vodafone contract finished they offered him £14 for 160GB then he decided to go with EE to see what the hype was all about being very fast most of time they come out on top in speed testing around the UK.

He got EE 200GB for £21.40 not bad with smart benefit which is normally 200gb £28 on EE he gets access to bt sports app.

Without smart benefit its £23.

Chespest deal to Vodafone 100gb is lycamobile 100gb for £12 but your not tied into a contract like you are on Vodafone.

Lycamobile offer is via uswicth which is open to everyone unlike the Vodafone offer.

If I compare 02, Three and Vodafone I would definitely say Vodafone have far better speeds all round in my side of London Tower Hamlets.

I know EE is Better as my uncle and cousin Brother have EE.

For the price and good value with good speeds you cant beat Vodafone.
Three Network are the cheapest but you are only limited only good speeds in some areas they are improving slowly.
 

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Bubblesthefish6

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I have joined my wife to Vodafone from Smarty as I have an Unlimited max plan sim which is being used in Huawei B535 router at my parents house.

This deal is too good for exsisting customers £10 for 100gb on 18 month contract.

I will how ever stay on Smarty for a little bit as I have referred my wifes family member to smarty using the my referral link I will get £15 credit and they will too plus one month free untill my one month free and credit finishes I will move to Vodafone if the exsisting customer offer is there.

Vodafone are really pushing the boat on offers now

My cousin who was with Vodafone contract finished they offered him £14 for 160GB then he decided to go with EE to see what the hype was all about being very fast most of time they come out on top in speed testing around the UK.

He got EE 200GB for £21.40 not bad with smart benefit which is normally 200gb £28 on EE he gets access to bt sports app.

Without smart benefit its £23.

Chespest deal to Vodafone 100gb is lycamobile 100gb for £12 but your not tied into a contract like you are on Vodafone.

Lycamobile offer is via uswicth which is open to everyone unlike the Vodafone offer.

If I compare 02, Three and Vodafone I would definitely say Vodafone have far better speeds all round in my side of London Tower Hamlets.

I know EE is Better as my uncle and cousin Brother have EE.

For the price and good value with good speeds you cant beat Vodafone.
Three Network are the cheapest but you are only limited only good speeds in some areas they are improving slowly.
One of my friends just got a Vodafone 100GB sim with a red entertainment package for £9 a month
 

jbennett360

Pro Member
One of my friends just got a Vodafone 100GB sim with a red entertainment package for £9 a month
Yeah I'm on the red entertainment with unlimited data for £23 a month (after you factor in cashback over the 12 months) which is a bargain. I usually use to pay for Spotify too, so, win win!

You do seem to get some good deals popping up for them
 

zakir1988

Top Member
I was, talking to sales team they told me people are inquiring if they can get 100gb offer for there family members meaning the additional line will be add to your account but want this additional line direct debit diffrent to your main sims so they are paying for it rather then you.

They said its not possible only way you can do tell them to do direct debit with you then it will come out of you account after 3 months you can do transfer of ownership its in there name.

Existing customers are doing this but transfer of ownership you can do or they keep paying you via direct debit.
 
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