Vodafone has been fined £4.6m after telecoms regulator Ofcom ruled it had subjected customers to “serious and sustained breaches of consumer protection rules”.
Vodafone can now access 4G roaming in 101 destinations, allowing holiday makers to easily stay in touch with family and friends and share photos of their trip.
The mobile firm has partnered with PowaTag to enable users to top-up by using an app to scan a specialised tag from a poster or catalogue and instantly renew or increase their allowances.
The network has boosted its international 4G coverage to 58 destinations, a move the network claims allows it to offer high-speed mobile broadband in more destinations than any other UK mobile provider.
Vodafone has promised to upgrade its 3G and 4G network in Wales and says the work will give 94% of the Welsh population better indoor and outdoor network coverage.
Ofcom carried out 210,000 tests over 4G both and 3G between March and June 2014 to measure the speeds typically enjoyed by consumers.
Sky and Vodafone have extended their partnership to offer the broadcaster’s NOW TV streaming service to new and upgrading customers.