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Vodafone: This unlimited 5G data deal is a Prime Day bargain

Gareth Thomas
13 Jul 2022
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Save a total of £246 over a two-year plan via Mobiles.co.uk

This Prime Day, there are more than enough Amazon deals to go around. So whether you’re after a discounted laptop, air fryer or mattress, those of you looking to bag a bargain will find more than enough to whet your appetite for savings.

But when it comes to SIM-only deals, this plan from Mobiles.co.uk is not one to be sniffed at. Right now, you can get unlimited 5G data with Vodafone for just £12.75/mth, on a two-year contract. That’s a lifetime cost of £306, saving you a grand total of £246 after cashback. It’s worth noting that this deal operates on the site’s cashback redemption system, which requires you to send in your phone bill at certain intervals in your contract to claim your savings.

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Let’s put all this into perspective. Vodafone’s cheapest SIM-only plan, offering unlimited 5G ready data (as well as unlimited texts and minutes as standard), will currently cost you £32 if you buy directly from the mobile provider.

Of course, Vodafone’s own feature-packed bundles can be very attractive – offering a choice of great entertainment benefits such as YouTube Premium, Spotify and Amazon Prime. But if it's the cheapest price you’re after, then this Mobiles.co.uk bargain is a no-brainer.

In our best mobile network roundup, we named Vodafone as the best provider for bundles and unlimited 5G, with decent 4G and 5G speeds across the UK (offering a median download speed of 25.2Mbits/sec). If you’re still weighing it up, you can read our full Vodafone review here.

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Although Prime Day is almost over, there’s still time to nab some savings while you still have the chance. Check out our Prime Day hub, as well as our roundup of the best Amazon deals for the best that’s on offer. And remember, you’ll need an Amazon Prime membership to be eligible for these deals. Don’t worry though: you can sign up for a 30-day free trial, which can be cancelled at any time.

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