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Vodafone iPhone 8 Big Data Deal with 4x data

By Steve McCaskill
Wednesday, April 18th 2018

Sony Xperia XZ2 Vodafone will give you a 64GB iPhone 8 and 16GB of data for just £19 upfront and £55 a month, making it the ideal upgrade for Apple fans who don’t want to splash out on the eye-wateringly expensive iPhone X.

The iPhone 8 is an evolution of the iPhone 7, rather than the revolution that is the iPhone X, boasting an updated design as well as a powerful 64-bit A11 processor that can handle intense graphics and smart applications.

The Retina Display has had an upgrade, while the 12 megapixel camera has also been improved. There’s also a focus on augmented reality (AR) technology, which was used to power the phenomenal success of Pokémon Go.

It comes in four colours – gold, silver, space grey and red. The red edition is Apple’s latest (PRODUCT)RED handset, with a portion of the proceeds being used to fight HIV/AIDS.

4x data on a range of iPhone 8 plans

With this offer, Vodafone is quadrupling the data allowance of its 4GB Red Extra Plan to 16GB and throwing in unlimited texts and calls. Also included is inclusive roaming in 50 countries and the ability to use your phone for £5 a day in a further 60 destinations with Vodafone Global Roaming. If you want a 256GB version of the handset, then the upfront cost increases to £69, while the monthly plan is £63.

If you need more data then Vodafone is also quadrupling the 8GB Red Entertainment Plan to 32GB for £61 a month with a £19 initial cost. As part of this deal, you can choose between a NOW TV Entertainment pass, a Spotify subscription or access to Sky Sports Mobile TV for the duration of the contract.

There’s also a 40GB Red Extra plan which includes 40GB, unlimited texts and unlimited calls for £19 upfront and £61 a month. All contracts are subject to a 24-month minimum term.

Vodafone also offers any customer who signs up for a Red Extra or Red Entertainment plan, the chance to add a Chat, Social, Music or Video Vodafone Pass to their tariff. Depending on which you choose, certain services such as Facebook or Netflix don’t count against your data limit, making your monthly allowance go that bit further. Passes range between £3 and £7, but you can get all four for £15.