Vodaphone launched their 4g offering recently and now If you sign up by the end of October to a 4G-ready Red plan, you will receive an extra 4GB allowance.
Currently, Vodafone’s 4G service operates exclusively in London, somewhat limiting its appeal. By the end of this month, though, the company will switch on its LTE network across five English cities: Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester, Nottingham and Sheffield will all get 4G signal from September 28. That’s good news, but still far behind the lead that EE has established in its coverage.
On the cheapest Vodafone Red 4G-Ready SIM-only plan, £26 a month gets you 2GB of data as part of the standard package; with the 4GBonus, this increases to 6GB per month. The same £26 a month only gets you 1GB of data on both SIM-only plans from EE and O2, although O2 has boosted its data allowance by 2-3GB per month on more expensive tariffs until October 31.
Will The iPhone 5 Work on Vodaphone?
Nope. The iPhone uses the 1800 Mhz frequency of 4G airwaves and alas vodaphone and 02 use the 800 and 2600 Mhz frequency. So if you want to use 4g on your iPhone you have to use EE, Orange, T-mobile or Three (which will give you the most data)