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Vodafone Overhauls Their Plans, Improves Phone Repayments

Vodafone is making big, big changes to the way it operates. Two-year lock-in contracts for mobile plans are a thing of the past, and you'll no longer be locked in to ongoing handset repayments either. you can buy a new phone outright, or pay it off over 12, 24 or 36 months. More »      
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