Did not you guys note something about Vodafone's offers and promotions? A really interesting thing that made me stop and ask: If I have subscribed for an offer that doubles my credit, for example, would I, one day, wake up and say, oh I need this offer no more? Why does Vodafone give you the option to unsubscribe an offer? Couple of years ago, Vodafone announced for the offer of doubling your credit by dialing a number before the card's number. Well, I went for it, and dialed this number before I charge, and I got my double credit. When I bought another credit to charge, I dialed the same number so that it doubles my credit, guess what, I got no extra credit. I called them (customer service), and asked about it, they said "Dialing the same offer number again cancels the offer !!!"............... I said "Let me ask you a question, if I know that this option exists, would I dial it? Why would I step back from doubling my credit?" His answer was as follows "There are people in the street who use this offer by doubling the credit and transfer credit to other users with interest." I said "Does people at Vodafone put their offers' policies based on the bad people in the street, what about me, the customer who was a subscriber since it was CLICK, and I paid more than 1500 pounds for the mobile line??!!" If you want to see this, go to the official site of Vodafone, subscribe for the SMSs offer, and then sign in, and find the option of unsubscribe from the offer. Maybe I am missing something here, but if you find a reason for putting this option, I would appreciate if you tell me about !!!!!