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Vodafone data bundle pricing slips out

120MB a month for £7.50...ho hum

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When Vodafone announced it would be bringing in new pricing on 1 June, a data bundle was mentioned, but no details were to be made available until the launch.

Now it seems the details have slipped out on Vodafone's website, and it's an unremarkable offer.

Customers will be able to sign up for the data pack at £7.50 a month, with the first month free, for 120MB of data. After that they're back to £1 a day for up to 15MB, and £2 a MB beyond that.

The terms and conditions aren't available yet, and Vodafone couldn't be reached for comment, but it seems likely that the restrictions on VoIP, instant messaging, and other revenue-threatening services will remain. ®

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Thanks to Chris Matchett for the heads up.

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