Frequent question: Is Vodafone available in UK?

Vodafone 5G is in a total of 364 places across EU (124 UK locations and 240 locations across Germany, Spain, Italy and Ireland) vs EE (160 UK locations and no locations across EU), Three (193 UK location and no locations across EU), O2 (150 UK locations and no locations across EU).

Is Vodafone network available in UK?

Vodafone has gone from strength to strength since it launched its 4G mobile network in 2013, as it now has at least 99% UK 4G population coverage across thousands of towns, cities and villages, and has also started rapidly rolling out 5G.

Is Vodafone any good in UK?

As one of the mobile big hitters, you’d expect Vodafone’s network coverage to be excellent – and it is! With 99 per cent 4G, 3G and 2G population coverage in the UK, it’s second only to EE.

What countries use Vodafone?

Vodafone Group has entered into arrangements with network operators in countries where the Group does not hold an equity stake.

  • Europe. Austria. Partner Market. …
  • North America. Canada. Partner Market. …
  • South America. Argentina. Partner Market. …
  • Africa. Angola. Partner Market. …
  • Asia. Hong Kong SAR. Partner Market. …
  • Oceania. Australia.
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Is Vodafone part of EE?

Vodafone is one of three UK providers, alongside EE and Three, to have a LTE-Advanced service, but only available in certain areas. Vodafone is also rolling out 5G, already available across the UK, and roaming 5G services within a few countries in the European Union.

Who uses Vodafone network UK?

VOXI, Virgin Mobile, Asda Mobile, Lebara Mobile and Talkmobile are mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) that use the Vodafone network.

Is Vodafone owned by BT?

Vodafone Limited is a British telecommunications services provider, and a part of Vodafone Group Plc, the world’s second-largest mobile phone company.

Vodafone UK.

Type Limited company
Area served United Kingdom
Key people Ahmed Essam (CEO)
Services Telecommunications Internet service provider
Parent Vodafone

What is the best UK mobile network?

According to RootMetrics, EE is the provider of the best mobile coverage across the UK. Vodafone is the second-best option, while Three is third in Wales and England followed by O2, and vice versa for Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Is Vodafone expensive?

Cost. There’s no way around it: Vodafone is among the more expensive mobile networks. Its plans’ prices are on par with EE and sometimes O2… but more expensive than pretty much every other network.

Is Vodafone better than O2?

As two of the largest and most popular networks in the UK, with similar services and coverage, O2 and Vodafone both have plenty going for them. O2 have a good range of SIM only deals that are generally cheaper than Vodafone’s, especially on rolling, 30-day deals.

At a glance.

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Vodafone O2
Customer satisfaction 90% 91%

Does Vodafone UK work in Europe?

You can use your UK allowance in our European Zone (Zones A/B) at no extra cost, and in a further 107 worldwide destinations (see Zones C/D) for £6 a day.

Does Vodafone work in all of Europe?

Roaming in Europe

In Europe and the United Kingdom Vodafone customers can roam at no extra cost. So, you can touch base with home, discover things to do, and share those experiences without any worries.

Can I use Vodafone in Nigeria?

Good news. We offer Roaming for a day here, so you can use the services just like at home for a daily fee (24 hrs).

Is Vodafone bigger than EE?

Right now, EE covers around 99% of the country for 4G coverage, and 98% for 3G, with plans to reach 95% of Britain’s geographical area by 2020. Vodafone, on the other hand, covers around 95% of Britain for 4G, and 96% for 3G.

What network does EE use in UK?

You could almost as well say that EE uses BT’s infrastructure as the other way around, since BT owns EE. That means there should be a level of synergy between the two networks that most MVNOs can’t offer.

Does O2 use Vodafone masts?

Project Beacon, which has been in place since 2012 allows Vodafone to use O2 masts and visa versa with a combined 18,000 masts across a single network grid.