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Mobile & Wireless

Vodafone UK launches 'Find Your Feet' PAYG mobile web offer

Tuesday 11 June 2013 | 22:03 CET | News
Vodafone UK is launching the new 'Find our Feet' offer to help pay-as-you-go (PAYG) customers try mobile internet on a smartphone. Find Your Feet is available to any customer purchasing a Freedom Freebee between 12 June and 31 July, and gives them 30 days of free UK internet access to use. Sten van der Ham, Head of PAYG at Vodafone, said that it was introducing the offer to help customers explore the mobile internet without having to worry about eating into their PAYG credit. He said that most PAYG customers will only use 200-300 MB data in a month, even with the Freedom of Find Your Feet for 30 days. He added that store staff will help set up phones for the web and show customers how to watch YouTube videos, download apps and more.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Vodafone UK
Countries: United Kingdom
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you have to buy a freedom freebie to get find your feet data which wont work on mobile internet, either tether your phone or put your sim in a dongle simples
jason kemsley @ 9/6/2014 - 07:39

the find your feet data doesnt work. it says on my account I have it when I ring 2345. its still taking credit. it says via text msgs I have all my data and is now taken £1 for each 25mb I use. yet when calling 2345, it still says I have free data remaining with find your feet data... I paid £20 fir the freedom freebie and topped up an extra £5 incase I used all my mins. so much for find your feet data, looks like the rug was pulled from under the feet......
bob @ 6/6/2014 - 17:39

help!!!!! i cant top up my Freedom Freebie
judith john @ 31/7/2013 - 09:33

i have topped up my phone and got text and web freebe but cant get on the web so i topped up againthur18thjuly still no texts or web so i toppedup again on 20th july still no texts and web so thats cost me 20 quid any suggestions what do i do its pay and go im not putting no more in till its sorted i aint got a clue
sharon sparkes @ 21/7/2013 - 23:18

I would like to know why I have been locked out of my freebee rewardz
Helen ward @ 16/7/2013 - 21:00

I don .t know what is going on with my phone i have been trying to get my freedom freebie.But no joy. Need some help.
Rosslyn Parker @ 3/7/2013 - 17:07

I had a similar problem but resolved it by calling the customer service helpline number and getting credit put on that way. Kevin you really do need to learn to spell my dear!
Sue @ 3/7/2013 - 11:08

I have been trying all morning to take advantage of the offer to call 4354 to renew my Freedom Freebie automatically every 30 days, and have £4 free credit. Each time the response was the automated voice saying thankyou for my call. Goodbye. I gave up on that and then tried to renew my Freedom Freebie as per usual with my registered credit card. The automated message just went round and round giving me the same information about the choices I had, and going no further. What is happening?
Barbara Milner @ 2/7/2013 - 17:06

I rang up and was toald to text WEB to40127 and still could not get it and has cost me 4 text messages and 3 phone calls which l want reemburst for and tell me how to get on web
kevin jenkinson @ 1/7/2013 - 21:58


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