[EDIT: I got this sorted on the Live Chat, apparently it was just a technical issue and the policy really no longer applies.]
I recently bought a £10 Freebee (9th March I think) and have since used up all 3000 of my "unlimited" texts. Online, it told me how many out of 3000 I had left to use, but upon dialling 2345 I was simply told I had "unlimited" with no specific number. I understand it's not truly unlimited under the Fair Usage Policy, but according to the last post by James in this thread - http://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Pay-as-you-go-services/Freedom-Freebee-pack-question/td-p/1658744 - it no longer applies and they are truly unlimited.
Truthfully, his post was after I had already bought the Freebee so is it possible it was only a recent change I missed out on but will have next month?
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