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Total Rollover at Vodafone

Vodafone UK is launching Total Rollover, which enables Big Value Bundle customers to rollover any unused minutes and texts as well as data.

In December 2016, Vodafone was the first telco to introduce a Pay as you go data rollover. This allows customers who purchase one of Big Value Bundles to carry over any data they don't use in one month to the next month, so they never have to waste a single byte.

Later this summer Vodafone will launch Total Rollover, which enables Big Value Bundle customers to rollover any unused minutes and texts as well as data, another industry first. So if you don't use all your voice calls and texts, you can still enjoy the same rollover benefits as you would for data streaming. It's all part of Vodafone's ongoing effort to banish the industry's 'use it or lose it' approach to Pay as you go customers.

To take advantage of Total Rollover, customers just need to top up to renew their Pay as you go plans within the 30-day period each Big Value Bundle lasts for. Any unused minutes, texts and data will roll over into the next 30 days, adding to the new allowance.

Pay as you go customers who mostly call or text get even more value for money with the new plan, the £5 Big Value Bundle. With 100 minutes of calls, 250 texts and 100MB of 4G data on offer, the latest plan is one of the best entry level deals in the market right now.

There are also changes at £10, £20 and £30 Big Value Bundles to give customers even more value for money:

  • £10 gives you 1GB of 4G data, double the original allowance
  • £20 gives you 6GB of 4G data, up from 4GB
  • £30 gives you a whopping 20GB of 4G data, up from 12GB

Vodafone has additionally abolished roaming charges in 50 European destinations, including many countries outside the EU, such as Switzerland and Turkey. This means customers can use their phone like they do at home in any of these 50 European destinations. You'll now be able to use your inclusive allowance of data, minutes and texts in the UK or our Europe Zone at no additional cost.

And from 5 August, if you're travelling outside our Europe Zone, Vodafone's offering cheaper data rates in even more destinations than ever before. This means customers traveling to holiday hotspots farther afield – like the US and Australia – pay just 10p/MB of data. That's a big saving compared with the previous rate of £5/MB for the first 25MB of data.

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Adam Łukowski

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