Articles on the topic : Vodafone Mobile Broadband
Vodafone (vodafone.co.uk/iPad) is offering iPad 3G users its iPad SIM card (MicroSIM) for just £10 a month.
Available on a short, flexible one month contract, Vodafone’s £10 a month tariff has a 1GB data allowance and provides iPad users with access to Vodafone’s 3G mobile broadband network which offers download speeds up to 7.2Mbps.
New customers will also get 1GB of free data to use whenever they’re in one of BT Openzone’s 3,000 strong UK Wi-Fi hotspots.
Vodafone’s iPad SIM is also available to buy with a higher 3GB and 5GB monthly data allowance, with prices currently set at £15 and £25 a month respectively.
According to the Vodafone website, the 5GB data allowance enables users to browse the Internet for 150 hours, send 3,250 emails, download 300 music tracks and watch 150 short video clips per month.
Vodafone offers free delivery on all online orders together with a 7 day returns policy. Orders placed are expected to be delivered within 2-4 working days.
iPad owners requiring a Vodafone iPad SIM can find out more at the vodafone.co.uk/iPad website.
Vodafone (vodafone.co.uk/laptops) has refreshed its mobile broadband free laptop deals in time for the Christmas sales period with the addition of three new laptops.
The new laptops now on sale are the Acer Aspire D260, the Acer Aspire 4552 and the Compaq Presario CQ56.
These replace the Samsung N150, the Acer Aspire 4551 and the Compaq Presario CQ61 models.
The Acer Aspire D260 netbook features an Intel Atom 1.6Ghz processor, 250GB hard drive and 1GB of RAM.
With a 10.1″ display, Windows 7 Home Starter and built in Vodafone mobile broadband (there’s no need to plug in a seperate dongle), the D260 is ulta portable and a great travel companion.
Available for free with the Vodafone mobile broadband 3GB package that costs £30 a month, the D260 is easy to carry around, has an impressive 8 hour battery life and can access mobile broadband speeds up to 7.2Mbps.
The Acer Aspire 4552 has an AMD Turion II dual-core mobile processor, 320GB hard drive, 2GB of RAM and 14″ widescreen HD display.
Featuring Windows 7 Home Premium, the high specified Acer 4552 costs a one-off £49 when taken with Vodafone’s 3GB mobile broadband package costing £37.50 a month. A free USB modem stick is included.
The Compaq Presario CQ56 has an Intel Celeron 2.2Ghz processor, 250GB hard drive and 2GB of RAM.
With a 15.6″ HD display and Windows 7 Home Premium, the CQ56 costs a one-off £29 with Vodafone’s 3GB mobile broadband package priced at £35 per month.
Interested readers can compare these laptops deals with others from 3 and O2 at our mobile broadband free laptop comparison service or go direct to the vodafone.co.uk website.
Vodafone (vodafone.co.uk) has launched a new mobile broadband and laptop package that features the Samsung N150 netbook with a built in modem for Vodafone mobile broadband access.
The Samsung N150 is a lightweight and compact netbook that offers an impressive 12-hour battery life which means you can leave the charger at home or in the office.
Installed with Microsoft Windows 7 Starter, the netbook also features a 1.6Ghz Atom processor, 160GB hard drive, 1GB of RAM and an integrated webcam.
With the built in modem (there’s no need to plug in a separate USB stick or dongle) users can be online in minutes utilising Vodafone mobile broadband speeds up to 7.2Mbps or a Wi-Fi hotspot.
This mobile broadband and laptop package comes with a 1GB monthly download usage allowance, which means users can send around 1,000 emails a month, surf the Internet for 10 hours, download 5 four minute videos and download 32 four minute music tracks.
Available on a 24 month contract, this package costs just £25 a month with an upfront fee of £29 required. Customers wanting a higher monthly download usage allowance can opt for a 3GB limit and pay a total of £30 a month.
Interested readers can find out more at the vodafone.co.uk website.
Vodafone (vodafone.co.uk) has launched a 3 months free offer across its 18 month mobile broadband packages.
The incentive means new customers ordering online either the Mobile Broadband 3GB Standard, 4GB Premium or 5GB Ultimate package can save themselves £45, £60 or £75 respectively.
Vodafone Mobile Broadband provides download speeds up to 7.2Mbps together with a free standard USB modem dongle that has a useful 4GB MicroSD memory card slot.
The 3GB Standard package provides 3GB’s of data usage per month, plus free Basic PC Protection and 2GB PC Backup. After 3 months, the prices reverts to £15 a month.
The 4GB Premium tariff, usually £20 a month, offers free Premium PC Protection and 20GB PC Backup, while the 5GB Ultimate package, normally £25 a month, offers the same PC Protection and Back Up, but with a Professional USB modem stick.
All packages come with a 14 day money back returns policy.
Vodafone won the Best Consumer Mobile Broadband award at the 2009 ISPA awards and is the UK’s fastest, most reliable broadband network according to independent trials carried out by LCC International.
Readers can find out further information at the vodafone.co.uk website.
Vodafone (vodafone.co.uk/laptops) has added the Compaq Presario CQ61-400 laptop to its range of mobile broadband and laptop packages.
Worth £399, the CQ61-400 laptop has a 15.6″ high definition display, an Intel Celeron 2.2Ghz processor, 250GB hard drive and 2GB of RAM.
Its specification also includes an integrated webcam, Wi-Fi and the Windows 7 Home Premium operating system.
Perfect for professional and personal use, the Compaq Presario CQ61-400 also features a full size keyboard and numeric keypad for making typing a breeze.
The CQ61-400 laptop is available for a one-off £59 when taken with a Vodafone mobile broadband pay monthly package costing £30.
This package provides up to 7.2Mbps speeds, a 3GB download usage allowance per month and a free USB modem stick to connect the CQ61 laptop to Vodafone’s award winning mobile broadband network.
Readers can find out further information at the vodafone.co.uk/laptops website or our Vodafone Mobile Broadband And Laptop package review.
Vodafone (vodafone.co.uk/business) has reduced the price of its Standard business mobile broadband package to just £4.25 a month for the first 3 months, followed by £12.77 per month after.
Providing download speeds up to 7.2Mbps, the Vodafone Standard package includes a 3GB monthly data usage allowance which is sufficient to go online for 100 hours a month. A free USB modem stick (often referred to as the Vodafone dongle) is included.
The package also includes Basic PC Protection, plus Online Backup & Restore, which automatically backs up valuable files, invoices, contacts and more on a users’ PC. A 2GB data allowance is provided.
The Vodafone Standard Business Mobile Broadband package is available on a 24 month contract.
An 18 month contract is available on a tariff of £8.50 a month for the first 3 months, followed by £12.77 per month thereafter.
Vodafone was voted ‘Best Mobile Broadband’ in 2009.
Interested readers can find out more on Vodafone’s range of business mobile broadband packages at the vodafone.co.uk/business website or our Business Mobile Broadband review.