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Vodafone Update Proves to be Far from Desired

Vodafone has suspended rolling out a recent update for the HTC Desire, following a torrent of complaints from customers.
Earlier this week, Vodafone began to roll out a major over-the-air update for the HTC Desire, labelled ‘Android 21.-update1’. While many users expected this to be the long awaited Android 2.2 update, it turned out to install a large amount of software based on Vodafone 360 services packages, along with other changes.

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Get a Free PlayStation 4 (PS4) with Vodafone

Vodafone is offering customers a free Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4) when they purchase Sony’s latest flagship, the Xperia with unlimited minutes, texts and data.

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Vodafone Offering FREE Phone Repair to Launch 'Two-Hour' Fix & Go Service

Vodafone are offering a free public trial of their 'Fix & Go' two-hour repair service this Friday between 12pm and 3pm at two of their busiest stores. Fix & Go promises to fix any handset sold in this country for a transparent, easily discernible fee in a couple of hours.

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PrimeVinister2029d ago

Yeah, any network, any phone that is sold here.

The queue for the trial will be ridiculous.

Telford912029d ago

now to test how sturdy my phone is......with no repercussions

PrimeVinister2029d ago

I have a P20 Pro to bring in, apparently a giant pain to replace a screen on it - I didn't do it on purpose, I swear.

Killa782028d ago

It's not free, there's a pricing structure on the site?

PrimeVinister2028d ago (Edited 2028d ago )

It's free for three hours as a public trial at two locations on Friday. I just included general pricing.

Thanks for letting me know that isn't very clear 👍

WeOwnTheNight2028d ago

Don't you just love when people from a site come to spam up the comments section to boost their posts

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Reliance Jio's 'call drops penalty': COAI upset

Cellular operators' association COAI has expressed disappointment over the Rs 3,050 crore penalty recommended by Trai on incumbent operators Airtel, Vodafone and Idea for allegedly denying interconnectivity to newcomer Reliance Jio.

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