05-05-2011 04:06 PM - edited 05-05-2011 04:08 PM
I usually buy one voucher at a time so that my broadband use in seamless. I use MBB as my sole internet connection in my house, rather than ADSL or cable etc.
Is there anything to stop me buying more than one voucher at a time which would therefore reduce the number of times I had to visit a Vodafone shop. For example, could I buy, say, three month's worth of vouchers at any one time. Would they be valid for the period up until I needed to use them?
06-05-2011 04:57 PM
Thanks for your post here. That is an excellent question and a very good idea. It'll deficiently save you time.
If you are on the expiring version of the Broadband there is nothing stopping you from topping up with 3 months worth of vouchers (for instance) then, when your credit expires it will automatically take the next payment for the next month’s usage.
If you are on the non expiring version of the Mobile Broadband then this won't work. There are expiry dates on the vouchers but you'll have to check how long there is before they expire when you next visit the store. Then you can buy just as many as you need before they expire. It'll at least save you a few journeys.
Let me know how you get on and if you have any more questions we'll be happy to help you further
06-05-2011 05:29 PM
10-05-2011 11:23 AM
I suppose I have to believe what she said but do wonder whether that is the truth and whether un-activated or un-used vouchers are not valid for more than a month or so
There again, if they were valid, then why could you not buy a book of vouchers for, say, 6 months?