The new Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G – with an incredible triple-rear camera set-up (48MP, 2MP & 2MP), a 6.5” DotDisplay and 128GB of storage – is now available at Vodafone UK (www.vodafone.co.uk), the UK’s Best Network, as voted for by the readers of Trusted Reviews.
Customers who purchase the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G before 9 June 2021 can claim a free Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6 worth £39.99 (whilst stocks last). Plus, if customers purchase the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G before 26 August they can also claim a free screen fix from Xiaomi for up to six months after their purchase date.
The phone is available from £23 per month (£9 upfront cost) with 6GB of data, as well as unlimited minutes and texts. Alternatively, the new Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G is available with unlimited data on one of Vodafone’s unlimited plans:
- Vodafone Unlimited Max: £40 per month (£9 upfront cost). This plan gives users unlimited data at speeds as fast as the device and the network will allow. It is perfect for people wanting to take advantage of the latest technology, such as live virtual reality, watching live TV and sport in 4K with ultra-high definition (HD), real-time multiplayer gaming on the go or downloading boxsets in super quick time.
- Vodafone Unlimited: £35 per month (£9 upfront cost). This plan offers speeds of up to 10 Mbps, making it ideal for customers who want to video stream over Standard Definition or High Definition without worrying about their data usage.
- Vodafone Unlimited Lite: £31 per month (£9 upfront cost). This plan offers speeds of up to 2 Mbps and is aimed at users who want to chat on social apps, browse the internet and stream music.
With Vodafone’s VeryMe Rewards, customers can also enjoy a wide range of exclusive rewards, treats and discounts. More than 48 million rewards have been claimed to date and Vodafone also gives customers the option to gift selected rewards to a person of their choice, regardless of which network they are on.
Customers can also enjoy the very best entertainment on their new Xiaomi device. On selected pay monthly plans, customers can choose between YouTube Premium, Amazon Prime or Spotify Premium for the duration of their contract – for an additional fee.