In these stressful times, getting over mobile data is everyone’s problem. But you don’t need to worry, as almost all the telecom companies are giving free or cheap internet. Recently, BSNL and Reliance Jio has brought work from home plans. And now Vodafone is giving 30-day unlimited data to 500,000 customers for free, and also for Vulnerable people. This offer will help Vodafone users to stay connected if they don’t have any data plan.
Vodafone Offers Free Internet To 500,000 Customers And Vulnerable People For 30 Days
Vodafone announced, it will give free internet to half a million customers and for Vulnerable People for 30 days.
The UK CEO Nick Jeffery said,
“We are offering 30 days of unlimited free data to our most vulnerable customers and the first 500,000 customers to sign up, to help ease any worries about running out of data or incurring additional charges.
If our network capacity allows, we would love to be able to offer this to even more customers and will be monitoring the feasibility of this. In short, if we have more to give, we will. This is one of a series of measures that we are taking to help.”
The users can get access to this offer through the mobile network provider’s VeryMe reward scheme, which is available on My Vodafone App. No matter the customer is on a consumer or a business contract, they can apply for this deal if they are registered with VeryMe. And the customer should not have any unlimited data.
Vodafone will give this offer to 500,000 customers. If you are Vulnerable, then you will not be counted in 500,000 customers. Once the first 500,000 people redeem the offer, the offer will be expired.
The company has said all the vulnerable customers will be contacted automatically.
This offer is available for Vodafone UK Customers. There are around 19.5 million Vodafone customers in the UK.