30-09-2012 06:39 PM
Been looking at upgrading to a iphone 5, on the £37 24m deal,
But not clear about the Red Plan, 2GB UK WiFi its advertised to have ?
What, in simple laymans terms is a Red Plan ?
and what does exactly 2GB of UK Wi Fi data mean ?
is that UK Wi Fi, like your home wi fi data, or just like BT Openplan data that i have with my current contarct ?
Can anyone explain please?
30-09-2012 06:47 PM
A Red plan is simply Vodafone's name for a group of plans that have unlimited calls and text - a bit like another network had Animal Plans. You can read the press release for the Red plans here.
The Wifi is provided by BT Openzone at select hotspots around the country for you to use when out and about. I would guess that they call it UK Wifi to make it clear that you can't use your Wifi allowance whilst abroad.
30-09-2012 07:04 PM
OK thanks, that seems simple enough,
i have just one more question,
My company recently advertised that its part of the Vodafone Employee Advantage program, and advertised it, looking around this site, i read on - Vodafone Employee Advantage
It asks for a "Your Company e-mail address" i dont have one, what can i do ?
put my Google mail address in ?
30-09-2012 08:45 PM
You would need to put in your corporate email address as this is used to verify that you are employed by the company. There may be a specific link you have to click on in order to sign up - this info should be available on your corporate intranet or through your HR Department.