2023 Author: Donald Evans | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 05:03
Vodafone is very fond of running promotions on special dates, in fact, it is the only operator that still regularly launches the Christmas and summer promotions that were popular when mobile telephony was being introduced in Spain. Well then, Vodafone will offer free data during 13 and 14 February on the occasion of Valentine's Day, for your customers to celebrate this special day.
On Valentine's Day, nicknamed "Valentine's Day", many couples have a romantic dinner and exchange gifts, but… what happens if they can't see each other that day for whatever reason? With the data that Vodafone gives away, they will have the opportunity to send each other a video to congratulate themselves, or to speak at length through a video call, without fear of running out of data.
The name of this promotion is "Always Close", and it can be activated from My Vodafone, the management area for customers, available on its website and in the apps. We should not call Vodafone to activate it, the company has recently decided to start charging for some basic procedures if they are carried out by phone, so it is clear that Vodafone does not want us to talk to their customer service.
The Siempre Cerca promotion, with which Vodafone gives away the data used for Valentine's Day (February 13 and 14) can be enjoyed regardless of the rate we have, and is free of charge. So it's worth taking advantage of this opportunity.
Right now, another Vodafone promotion is active to double the data of prepaid customers, so it is clear that the British operator believes that this type of offer represents a good strategy to retain users.
If you're a Vodafone customer, it's worth signing up for Siempre Cerca, even if it's just to watch YouTube videos while waiting and traveling. With the free data that Vodafone is giving away this Valentine's Day, during the 13 and 14 February we can use our smartphone more calmly… and congratulate our partner, of course.
What do you think of this initiative? Do you think that "Valentine's Day" is a good occasion to give mobile data to users?