Vodafone Red Hot Service Allows you to Exchange the Phone for Every One Year

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Vodafone newly introduced the Vodafone Red Hot Service. Instead of getting phone at the discounted price, or being locked into the phone for two years, you can simply rent it.With Vodafone Red Hot service you can get a new phone every year with little or nothing to pay upfront-including the Samsung Galaxy SIII, Samsung Galaxy Note II and iPhone 5.

For example, you can get the Samsung Galaxy S III for just £47 a month on a 12 month plan. You will get unlimited calls and texts, and a massive 2 GB of internet- and you will be insured with the monthly plans.

Then after a year you can exchange it for what’s new. Or else if you are looking for a new phone that’s about to launch, you can hold on for a few months and get the phone you want when it is launched. But make a note that, if your phone is damaged you will be charged for that.

If you want to get the Vodafone Red Hot service then you have to give ID (valid driving license or passport with a utility bill from the last three months – unless your driving license has the right address on it), Debit Card and Bank Details (If you are starting a new plan) at the Vodafone Stores.

If you are already a Vodafone user and looking for upgrade then Ask the details in the nearest Vodafone Store or Call to 191 from your Vodafone number or Log into My account, or Check on the My Vodafone app. Before start to activate the service you are required to put sign in two contracts-one for minutes, texts and internet and one for hiring the phone.

So, those who wants to exchange their phone every year can contact the Vodafone store immediately and enjoy its services.

About Sarvesh Darak

Sarvesh Darak is a blogger, an online marketer, a social media specialist and an Android Lover. At Best Android Blog, he writes Android news & tutorials for Android Rooting. He is the tech head and ensures that the blog keeps running at good pace. He also looks after all the SEO and promotion work. He’s from Surat, India and keep contributing regularly at the blog.

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