Vodafone introduces Super Sim Value tariff- £10 p/m SIM only tariff

January 21, 2009 at 13:50 1 comment

Vodafone has introduced a new £10 p/m SIM only tariff, its Super Sim Value tariff. According to Vodafone, many people are moving away from Pay as you talk mobile phone usage and switching to SIM only tariffs. As this offer needs no commitment for a year, its a month deal in which customers can keep their own phone and mobile phone no. as well. The new Super SIM value deal from Vodafone also offers 500 texts and 100 minutes for just £10 a month.

Other Vodafone SIM only offers inlcude:

** 200 minutes and unlimited texts for £15 a month

** 600 minutes and unlimited texts for £20 a month

These offers are covered under by the Vodafone fair usage policy and are capped at 3000 texts per month.

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  • 1. Henry  |  June 8, 2009 at 20:12

    The £10 per month SIM from Vodafone is one of the cheapest available in the UK. In addition, Vodafone have a price promise which states that you wont find more texts at any other network for the same price. Its a pretty good deal for low usage customers who love to text.

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