Your business, your fitness, your health. Keep track of them all when you add a smartwatch to your plan. With the latest wearable tech from Apple and Samsung you can keep up with messages and notifications, track your exercise, pay with contactless and more. And the best part? It’s all hands-free, leaving you to get on with business.
Simply choose a smartwatch or wearable that’s compatible with your phone (Samsung for Android, Apple for iPhone) and link the two for increased productivity on the go.
Stay active, healthy and connected to your work with Apple Watch. Apple Watch Series 5 features an Always-On Retina display, a built-in compass and international emergency calling*, an ECG app that checks your heart** and more. Apple Watch Series 3 features an optical heart sensor that measures your heart rate and an activity dashboard, so you can see how much you’ve moved, how many calories you’ve burned, pace your runs and more.
Stay better connected and keep up with customers hands-free with the Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active2. The Galaxy Watch boasts a tough Gorilla Glass face, and the battery lasts up to a week on just one charge. Make calls, track your runs, listen to Spotify on the go and pay for transactions with a tap of your wrist. Focusing on fitness? The Galaxy Watch Active2 links seamlessly with your phone to help you track your activity and stay motivated while you work towards your goals.
Get Vodafone OneNumber, the service that lets you share your mobile number and allowance across a range of different devices, for just £5.83 a month (exc. VAT). Now you’ll never miss a call – even when you’re not near your phone.
Smartwatches are designed to be water resistant – not waterproof. You may be OK taking your smartwatch in the shower and wearing it during shallow water swimming, but it’s always best to check the IP water resistance rating of your particular smartwatch before you get it wet.
What are the main differences between Apple and Samsung smartwatches?
The biggest difference between Apple and Samsung smartwatches is the operating system – with Apple Watch designed to work with iPhone, while the Samsung Galaxy Watch is compatible with both iPhone and Android phones.
How do I get phone calls on my smartwatch?/How do I use my Pay monthly plan on my smartwatch?
To get phone calls and messages on your smartwatch you’ll need to use your Pay monthly plan on both devices. You can do this using Vodafone OneNumber, which allows you to share your mobile plan’s allowance of data, minutes and texts for just £5.83 a month (exc. VAT).
Apple Watch disclaimer
* The international emergency calling feature requires an Apple Watch Series 5 (GPS + Cellular) model. For a list of supported countries and regions see apple.com/watchos/feature-availability
** The ECG app is available with the latest versions of iOS and watchOS on Apple Watch Series 4 or later. See apple.com/watch for compatibility details. The ECG app is not intended for use by people under 22 years old.