Vodafone offers PAYG mobile broadband

Vodafone offers PAYG mobile broadband

December 18, 2016

Vodafone has launched a new pay-as-you-go (PAYG) mobile broadband service.

Customers joining the Top Up and Go service pay a one off fee of £39 for a USB Dongle.

The dongle, which incorporates 4GB of storage, comes with one gigabyte of included downloads.

Additional download time can be purchased at £15 per gigabyte, with no time limit on when it must be used by.

A gigabyte provides enough for around 30 hours of surfing, 650 emails, or 65 downloads of MP3 music tracks.

Non-time limited top ups make Vodafone’s offering stand out from the crowd – as other PAYG mobile broadband packages have a time limit on how quickly top ups must be used.

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