Vodafone takes aim at Three Mobile with the launch of a major new deal

Vodafone takes aim at Three Mobile with the launch of a major new deal

The smartphone and broadband price wars continue and now Vodafone has launched a new deal in bid to grab your business.The mobile network has just

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The smartphone and broadband price wars continue and now Vodafone has launched a new deal in bid to grab your business.

The mobile network has just announced a plan called “Together” which combines 4G and 5G unlimited mobile data and home broadband.

Vodafone says that by doing this they can offer customers an internet connection at all times and at a much cheaper price than some of its rivals.

In fact, all you can eat deals will start from £43 per month and includes unlimited home broadband and unlimited mobile data plus 5G at no extra cost.

If you don’t want an unlimited connection then there are cheaper deals available with prices starting from £31 a month for a combined 18 month SIM-Only and home broadband plan.

To make these offers even more enticing, for a limited time, new home broadband customers also receive a free Amazon Echo Plus.

Speaking about the update Max Taylor, Consumer Director Vodafone UK said: “It’s exciting to be launching another game changing product with Vodafone Together – the UK’s first 5G mobile and broadband bundle.

“The free Amazon Echo Plus is the perfect partner for Vodafone Together, allowing customers to make even more use of their free mobile minutes. With our world first Alexa calls and Vodafone OneNumber, landline calls really will become a thing of the past.”

Vodafone’s offer comes ahead of Three Mobile’s big new 5G pledge.

Three’s 5G signal is being switched on this month with the firm stating its technology will be at least two times faster – at peak times – than any other UK provider.

The network will begin by releasing its 5G signal in homes in a bid to shake up the fixed-line broadband market – something that Vodafone is also clearly keen on.

This offering will allow customers to simply ‘plug and play’ through a portable hub that can be plugged and unplugged into any socket and immediately a customer is connected. It signals the end of lengthy installation calls, wait times for engineers, line rental or a long-term contract.

This internet service will then be followed by a full mobile rollout with customers able to access these new faster 5G speeds when away from their living rooms.

The full list of cities which Three will begin rolling out 5G are as follows,

London, Birmingham, Bolton, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Coventry, Derby, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Reading, Rotherham, Sheffield, Slough, Sunderland, Wolverhampton.

Along with speeding things up, there’s also more good news as Three has confirmed that its users won’t be forced to pay any extra to access this service and downloads will also stay fully unrestricted.

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