Vodafone claims to be the 1st UK MNO to sell Google’s Chromecast

Special deal for anyone with Vodafone Red 4G plan

1m+ now enjoy benefits of Vodafone 4G - rose

Vodafone is claiming to be the first mobile network operator [MNO] in the UK to sell Google’s Chromecast media-streaming device. The company is making Chromecast available to all Vodafone customers at an RRP price of £30 through Vodafone’s 375 retail outlets across the UK. Significantly, however, the device is available to all new and existing Red 4G customers at the discounted price of £25. “With more than one million customers now enjoying the benefits of Vodafone 4G, we’re expecting Chromecast to be a big hit,” commented Cindy Rose, consumer director with Vodafone UK.

This means that Netflix, for example, is now available to every screen in the home via Vodafone Red 4G.

Chromecast works with Android and iOS based mobile devices as well as Windows PCs and Apple Macs.

Chromecast is a small media streaming device which plugs into the HDMI port on any so equipped TV set. [That most TVs, these days.]

Chromecast is set up with a easy-to-use mobile app which allows customers to stream content to a TV using a smartphone, tablet or laptop.

As part of their 4G plan, Vodafone Red 4G customers are already able to enjoy the likes of Netflix, Spotify or Sky Sports Mobile TV.

Rose added, “Giving our customers the best possible experience, wherever they are, is key.”

About Hans Cett

Hans Cett is an established freelance author and consultant specialising in the mobile communications industry. He also writes for Countdown2MWC - http://countdown2mwc.wordpress.com/
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