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Vodafone has launched its 5G with unlimited plans

Vodafone has launched its 5G network and will become the first company to offer unlimited data on both 5G and 4G with the launch of Vodafone Unlimited on the 10 July 2019. Vodafone will not charge a price premium for access to its 5G network and all unlimited SIMs are 5G ready.

The new unlimited data plans also extend to the new Vodafone Together service, which combines mobile and broadband in one bill. Vodafone also becomes the first UK provider to offer customers 5G roaming in four European countries in some of the most popular tourist and business locations over the summer, at no additional cost. Customers will be able to use their smartphones and other mobile devices without worrying about running out of data. Over the summer, 5G roaming will initially be available in the UK, Germany, Italy and Spain. As more countries turn on 5G, our roaming network will expand to include them. In addition to these countries, customers can use Vodafone Unlimited on 4G in 77 destinations worldwide - the largest roaming footprint of any UK provider. Available by the end of July, Vodafone Together combines unlimited mobile plans and home broadband in one deal, on one bill, all managed from the My Vodafone App. Customers receive a free Amazon Echo Plus, and in a world first, they can use Alexa calling to make and receive calls out of their unlimited mobile allowances. Prices from £50 for Unlimited Max and Vodafone Superfast Broadband 1. Extra family lines qualify for a 15% discount.

With 5G and Vodafone Unlimited, a user can have gaming on the go, high definition streaming on the sofa, uploading, downloading, vlogging, blogging, virtual reality, augmented reality, connected cars, cows and coffee machines - all with fast connectivity, low lag and no worries about your data limit.

The switch-on was marked with the world's first demonstration of the power of 5G to transmit touch using haptic technology. Two players from Wasps rugby team were able to run a training session despite being more than 100 miles apart. The impact of a rugby tackle made by Will Rowlands at the Ricoh stadium in Coventry was transferred via 5G to teammate Juan de Jongh on stage in London. Juan, in a specially developed haptic Teslasuit, was able to feel the force of the tackle in real-time thanks to Vodafone's high speed and super low latency 5G. Vodafone recently announced a new sponsorship and technology deal with Wasps rugby and netball teams.

Formula 1 Five-Time World Champion, Lewis Hamilton, officially opened Vodafone's new 5G service. As a British sporting icon, tech fan, gaming enthusiast, global roamer and someone synonymous with speed, Lewis was the natural choice to switch on the Vodafone 5G network. He will act as a 5G ambassador for Vodafone, helping to bring to life the potential of 5G to be a real game-changer.

Three unlimited plans will be available to both consumers and business customers. They include:

  • Vodafone Unlimited Max: At £30 per month, it gives users unlimited mobile access at speeds as fast as the device and the network will allow. It is perfect for people who want to take advantage of the latest technology, such as live virtual reality, watching live TV and sport in 4K with ultra-high definition video and gaming on the go.
  • Vodafone Unlimited: Costing £26 per month and offering speeds of up to 10 Mbps, it is ideal for customers who want to stream boxsets and films and download on the go, without worrying about their data usage.
  • Vodafone Unlimited Lite: Aimed at users who want to chat on social apps, browse the internet and stream music, this service costs £23 per month and offers speeds of up to 2 Mbps.
  • Simplified plans: In addition to Vodafone Unlimited, three new simplified Vodafone Red plans are also available from 10 July. Called Red 1 (1GB, £11), Red 2 (5GB, £15) and Red 3 (20GB, £20), they all have unlimited minutes and texts. Along with Vodafone Unlimited and Vodafone Unlimited Lite, the Red plans include roaming in 48 destinations as standard. Unlimited Max includes roaming in 77 destinations.

Customers can add an entertainment pack for just £6 a month and choose from Spotify, Amazon Prime Video, Sky Sports Mobile or Now TV. Customers can choose from two 5G smartphones, Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G and Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, as well as a 5G router, the 5G GigaCube. The 5G GigaCube is ideal for use in the home and office, giving customers high-speed broadband access up to 10 times faster than 4G. With prices starting from £30, it is also useful for those customers replacing their home or business broadband; needing a second connection; or who require instant Internet access at an outdoor event.

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