Network claims customers could save up to £275 when trading in eligible smartphones
Vodafone has followed up Tuesday’s launch of its flexible mobile offering Vodafone EVO, kicking off with deals for the iPhone 12 and Samsung Galaxy S21.
Vodafone claims EVO customers can save up to £275 when trading in an older, eligible device such as the Samsung S10 series.
Customers are able to choose between 12 and 36 month contracts as part of Vodafone EVO.
Free roaming in 81 destinations, ‘Unlimited Data Booster’, unlimited picture messaging, ‘Battery Refresh’ and weekly VeryMe Rewards are included as part of this.
The deals on offer are listed below:
- iPhone 12: £27 per month when you trade in an iPhone X, XR, XS or XS Max (£29 upfront cost)
- Samsung Galaxy S21: £21 per month when you trade in a Galaxy S10 series device (£29 upfront cost)
- iPhone 12 Pro Max: £41 per month when you trade in an iPhone X, XR, XS or XS Max (£29 upfront cost)
- iPhone 11: £25 per month when you trade in an iPhone X, XR, XS or XS Max (£29 upfront cost)
Vodafone UK consumer director Max Taylor said: “New Vodafone EVO allows customers to get the smartphone they want at the price they choose. We are setting a new benchmark for flexibility, combining the benefits of device contracts of up to three years, a fantastic trade-in offer and the option to upgrade from one year.
“To mark the launch of our most flexible offering ever, we’re offering customers the most desired smartphones – at what we think will become market-leading prices.”
The data flexibility is similar to the rollover features of Sky Mobile’s offering of some years.
Pierre Coppin, Director of Marketing Sky Mobile commented: “It’s great news for customers that operators like Vodafone are finally following in Sky Mobile’s footsteps to offer more freedom, flexibility and fairness.
“It’s also great to see a move away from forced unlimited data with the 30d booster, as the simple fact is people generally don’t need unlimited data and shouldn’t be paying monthly for data they don’t use, or can’t roll over.”