By November 11, 2011

A fine selection of devices available now on Vodafone PAYG with Freedom Freebees


All of Vodafones pay as you go phones come ready for customers to take advantage of great value Freebees, which include a choice of free minutes, text and web access or international calls Every pay as you go customer is also automatically opted-in to Freebee Rewardz.

Every time a pay as you go customer tops up as little as £5, they’ll receive a text giving them a voucher code. They can then go online to ‘grab’ an instant reward or bank them as ‘grow’ points, to save up for something bigger.

Customers can choose from a wide selection of rewards including big name discounts from brands such as Thorntons and BLOCKBUSTER, music downloads and free minutes or choose to take a mystery reward, which could be anything from a smoothie maker to an iPhone. Alternatively, customers can collect points towards vouchers and experience days.


Vodafone 354
If you want an easy-to-use phone that’s great for social networking and web access, choose the Vodafone 354 with full QWERTY keypad. Available now for £25 PAYG, the 354 has Facebook built in, so you can update your status or upload photos in seconds.

BlackBerry Curve 9360
Get Wi-Fi and improved web browsing on the thinnest BlackBerry Curve smartphone yet. Available now for £225 PAYG, the BlackBerry 7 OS makes this smartphone faster and smoother to use, perfect for keeping up with friends and family wherever you are. It has social network feeds and pre-installed apps such as Twitter and Facebook.

Samsung GALAXY Y

The Samsung GALAXY Y is an easy-to-use touchscreen smartphone. Its 3″ screen responds quickly to taps and swipes, so you can access everything you need in a flash. Available now for £100 PAYG, the smartphone also gives you several homescreens where you can put icons and shortcuts to the things you use most often – so you could have favourite contacts on one screen, and news and weather widgets on another.

HTC Explorer

The curved and compact HTC Explorer features a 3.2″ HVGA touchscreen and 3MP camera. Available now for £130 PAYG, it’s also loaded with HTC Sense, featuring amongst other things, a customisable active lock screen so you can keep up to date with the latest feeds without needing to unlock the screen.


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